In the stream of stars: the Soviet/American space art book
William K. Hartmann, Ron Miller, International Association for the Astronomical Arts, Andrei Sokolov, Planetary Society, Soi︠u︡z khudozhnikov SSSR.
Workman Pub., 1990 - Art - 183 pages
In the Stream of Stars is the first book to bring together rarely seen soviet and American space art. Features essays by Alan Bean, Alexei Leonov, and others, plus introductory essay by Ray Bradbury, and over 200 full-color reproductions. Full-color throughout author's tour.
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