The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space

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This expanded third edition features a preface by RogerO'Neill, an introduction by Freeman Dyson, and essays bytop experts in the field of space research. In the mid-1970's the late physics Professor Gerard K. O'Neillpublished his book High Frontier. In it he laid out apossible road map for human settlement beyond the Earth.To O'Neill ......

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This book is a superb look at the possibilities of establishing space colonies and the many benefits that could ensue from doing so. The benefits could potentially solve many of the big problems ... Read full review

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Contents

Preface by Roger ONeill
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As You Read This Book
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Part One The Vision
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Gerard K. O'Neill, PhD, was a faculty member of the physics department at Princeton University. He founded the Space Studies Institute and invented the storange ring technique for colliding particle beams.

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