5 edition of Reaching for the high frontier found in the catalog.
|Statement||Michael A.G. Michaud ; foreword by Joseph P. Allen.|
|LC Classifications||TL789.8.U5 M53 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 435 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||435|
|ISBN 10||0275921514, 0275921506|
|LC Control Number||86091456|
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Reaching for the High Frontier: The American Pro-Space Movement, Cited by: To Reach the High Frontier details the histories of the various space access vehicles developed in the United States since the birth of the space age in Each case study has been written by a specialist knowledgeable about the vehicle described and places each /5(4).
The High Frontier () by Gerard K O'Neill describes how humans could build large space colonies in the solar system. O'Neil was physicist who specialised in high energy physics.
The book outlines how space colonies could be built and how they would be superior to planetary colonisation/5. This is the High Frontier, this is the High Frontier. The day will come, it’s going to be, a day that we will someday see when all Mankind is reaching out without a limit, without a doubt.
This is the High Frontier, this is the High Frontier. Heppenheimer went on to make real contributions to the space colonization idea. InCleator published a book entitled Rockets Through Space, Daniel O. Graham’s High Frontier: A New National Strategy (Washington, D.C.: High Frontier, ) remains a political landmark, although it is not well written.
Reaching for the High Frontier. Most towns did not have hospitals of their own before the mid-twentieth century, and Kentucky towns were no exception. KentuckyÕs first real hospital opened inbut it was in LouisvilleÑtoo far away to serve many Kentucky communities, especially in cases of emergency.
For this and other reasons, the lifespan of the average Kentuckian in the s was only 40 years.5/5(1). 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.
The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space is a book by Gerard K. O'Neill, a road map for what the United States might do in outer space after the Apollo program, the drive to place a man on the Moon and beyond. It envisions large manned habitats in the Earth-Moon system, especially near stable Lagrangian designs are proposed: Island one (a modified Bernal sphere), Island two Author: Gerard K.
O'Neill. Reaching for the High Frontier by Michael Michaud,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). Access—no single word better describes the primary concern of the exploration and development of space.
Every participant in space activities—civil, military, scientific, or commercial—needs affordable, reliable, frequent, and flexible access to space.
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The High Frontier is the landmark book that asks (and answers) the question that has been sitting like an elephant in the room since that “One Small Step” left its mark in the unchanging lunar dust: “Is a planetary surface – ANY planetary surface – really the best place for an expanding technological civilization?”.
This fictional story is a sequel to my previous book and is also based in Houston. This time Dad is a Russian brought here to head up the International Space Station team. Like the last book, you will be on the edge of your seats as the story unfolds.
Perhaps you will even want to be one of those who makes it to the last frontier. To Reach the High Frontier: A History of U.S. Launch Vehicles details the histories of the various space access vehicles developed in the United States since the birth of the space age in Even with four decades of public and private effort, access to space remains problematic.
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MLA Citation. Michaud, Michael A. G. Reaching for the high frontier: the American pro-space movement, / Michael A.G. Michaud ; foreword by Joseph P. Allen Praeger New York Australian/Harvard Citation.All of the module launches were a success.
Once the three modules were in place astronauts with highly-specialized training would be going to live on the ISS conducting various experiments. In November Expedition One arrived at the ISS with the first permanent crew.
Now they were reaching the last frontier.