TO IN­FIN­ITY AND BE­YOND!

THE SMITH­SO­NIAN HIS­TORY OF SPACE EX­PLO­RATION

Smithsonian Magazine - - Pro­logue - Roger D. Lau­nius HC | 9781588346377 | $40.00

“The Smith­so­nian His­tory of Space Ex­plo­ration ex­am­ines civ­i­liza­tion’s con­tin­ued de­sire to ex­plore the next fron­tier as only the Smith­so­nian can do it. Roger D. Lau­nius has put to­gether an ex­tra­or­di­nary his­tory that I’m in­cred­i­bly proud to be a part of. The great thing about this book is that, in ad­di­tion to look­ing back at an amaz­ing his­tory in space, it also in­spires us to look for­ward to an ex­cit­ing fu­ture.” BUZZ ALDRIN, GEM­INI 12 AND APOLLO 11 AS­TRO­NAUT AND AU­THOR OF

NO DREAM IS TOO HIGH

SPACE STA­TIONS

Gary Kit­macher, Ron Miller, Robert Pearl­man

HC | 9781588346322 | $34.95 Space sta­tions rep­re­sent both the sum­mit of space tech­nol­ogy and, pos­si­bly, the fu­ture of hu­man­ity be­yond Earth.

HOW TO LIVE IN SPACE

Colin Stu­art PB | 9781588346384 | $17.95

Now that sub­or­bital space tourism is pre­dicted to be­come a bil­lion-dol­lar in­dus­try in the next ten years and NASA has an­nounced its plans for land­ing hu­mans on Mars in the 2030s, the dream of trav­el­ing and liv­ing in space is

tak­ing on new re­al­ity.

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