7 edition of The century of space science found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Johan A.M. Bleeker, Johannes Geiss, Martin C.E. Huber ; history consultant, Arturo Russo.|
|Contributions||Bleeker, J. A. M., Geiss, Johannes., Huber, M.|
|LC Classifications||QB498 .C46 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xii, 1846 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1846|
|ISBN 10||0792371968, 0792371941, 079237195X|
|LC Control Number||2004533269|
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The 20th century can truly be called the `Century of Space Science', for it was in the 20th century that the multidisciplinary study of space science (as opposed to astronomy) was conceived. Today, as we start a new century of discovery, we are able to cast our perspective back in order to chronicle how the field began, review how it developed, and discuss how it reached its 5/5(1).
To this end, The Century of Space Science, a scholarly, authoritative, reference book presents a chapter-by-chapter retrospective of space science as studied in the 20th century. The level is academic and focuses on key discoveries, how these were arrived at, their scientific consequences and how these discoveries advanced the thoughts of the 3/5(2).
To this end, The Century of Space Science, a scholarly, authoritative, reference book presents a chapter-by-chapter retrospective of space science as studied in the 20th century. The level is academic and focuses on key discoveries, how these were arrived at, their scientific consequences and how these discoveries advanced the thoughts of the.
To this end, The Century of Space Science, a scholarly, authoritative, reference book presents a chapter-by-chapter retrospective of space science as studied in the 20th century.
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The book offers quick dips into the most interesting aspects of space science, but it never feels shallow. ~Sarah Lewin Read a Q&A with Wall about the book here. This book is a very readable, insightful history of the development of astronomy and space through the course of the twentieth century, a century in which our knowledge of the universe changed rapidly, and our ability to explore space moved from the Wright Brothers' hops to the voyages to the moon.5/5(3).
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To this end, The Century of Space Science, a scholarly, authoritative, reference book presents a chapter-by-chapter retrospective of space science as studied in the 20th century. The level is academic and focuses on key discoveries, how these were arrived at, their scientific consequences and how these discoveries advanced the thoughts of the Book Edition: Softcover Reprint of The Original 1st Ed.
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Robert H. Goddard, then a high-school student, submits an article "The Navigation of Space" to Popular Science News. Directed by Ted Newsom. With Christopher Lee, Ray Bradbury, Yul Brynner, Kevin Costner. Clips from Sci-Fi Films/10(5). The Century of Space Science, Volume I. Edited by Johan A.
Bleeker, Johannes Geiss and Martin C. Huber. History consultant: Arturo Russo of the Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy. ISBN The 16th century was a time of unprecedented change that saw the very beginning of the modern era of science, great exploration, religious and political turmoil, and extraordinary literature.
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