Discusses a space-colonization program being developed by physicist Gerald K. O"Neill which includes complete living and industrial facilities operating on solar energy.
|Statement||Frederic Golden ; illustrated with photographs and with drawings by Kiyo Komoda.|
|LC Classifications||TL795.7 .G64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||76046784|
Dr O’Neill’s book cogently sets out the need and importance for humanity of reaching out beyond the safety of our home planet into the vastness of space. A companion volume in many ways, Colonies in Space by space advocate Thomas A. Heppenheimer (born ) is a comprehensive vision of the concept as a whole/5. ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SPACE COLONIES Space agriculture and Space cops * Space agriculture retort The smile of Timothy Leary * Space just means bigger weapons * 8 am of the world * Limits to Growth - wronger than ever * Grandiose failure. JACQUES COUSTEAU AT NASA HEADQUARTERS THE SPACE COLONIES IDEA - The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space: Apogee Books Space Series 12 [Gerard K. O'Neill, Freeman Dyson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space: Apogee Books Space Series 12Cited by: This book covers physicist Gerard K. O'Niell's wildly over-optimistic studies, ideas and speculations (along with similar overlapping NASA studies) developed in the 's on the construction and deployment of huge space colonies / habitats -- basically giant space stations (along with the accompanying infrastructure like mass drivers and /5.
This is a very good book and honestly my favorite book of all non-fiction (excepting scripture, of course).It gives highly detailed and intimate information on the plans that were to be used for building space colonies starting in the late 70' of the main reasons to build such a colony, says the book, would be to build large power satellites that would have replaced all other power Cited by: United states / English fiction / Space colonies / Bradbury, ray, / Interplanetary voyages / Science fiction, american / Mars (planet) Info/Buy Old Man's War. Sci-fi is a great genre to consume as a book series. There’s plenty of time for the author to create a world you’re excited to get lost in—without sacrificing compelling character development. These are some of the best sci-fi book series grouped by themes: 1) technology, 2) world building, 3) society/people, and 4) : Linh Anh Cat. Get this from a library! Colonies in space. [T A Heppenheimer] COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist.
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