Spacecam: photographing the final frontier - from Apollo to Hubble

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David & Charles, Oct 15, 2005 - Photography - 253 pages
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*Astounding collection of several hundred amazing photographs *Includes many never-before-published images *Includes latest available pictures from the Hubble Space telescope A stunning collection of spectacular photographs taken from space, Spacecam brings the reader strange and beautiful images of unimaginably distant regions of the universe. Celebrating the unique perspective of cameras freed from the confines of the earth, this gorgeous book looks at our own colorful planet and the patterns made by coastlines, river deltas, and weather patterns; explores the solar system with stunning pictures of our nearest neighbors; and shares the cosmic ballet of deep space. Utilizing amazing photographs from spaceships, satellites, space telescopes, and planetary rovers, Spacecam brings together the stunning and the scientifically astounding, looking at our own world, our neighbors, and deep space.

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Terry Hope is an award-winning journalist and author. He hasTerry Hope is an award-winning journalist and author. He has written for numerous photographic magazines, and was most r written for numerous photographic magazines, and was most recently Editor of Professional Photographer. He is a regularecently Editor of Professional Photographer. He is a regular contributor to The Times, the Sunday Telegraph and The Guar contributor to The Times, the Sunday Telegraph and The Guardian and is also the author of Earthcam. dian and is also the author of Earthcam.

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