Cities in the Sky: A Beginner's Guide to Living in Space

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Copper Beech Books, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Focusing on areas of popular science that are behind today's science fiction, these entertaining and fact-filled books look at the future of scientific research and where it will take us in the next 200 years.

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Sarah Angliss has worked at the Science Museum in London, England organizing exhibitions and demonstrations for children ages 6-14. She has also writen several children's books on applied and contemporary science.

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