Reaching for the High Frontier: The American Pro-space Movement, 1972-84
Praeger, 1986 - 435 sider
Reaching for the High Frontier tells the story of the pro-space movement from the end of the moon landing program to the beginning of the space station program. It describes the origins, constituencies, and goals of the various groups in the movement, and reviews their tactics, successes, and the opportunities they may have missed.
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