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Reconsidering Sputnik: Forty Years Since the Soviet Satellite (Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine) ePub download

by Roger D. Lanius,John M. Logsdon,Robert W. Smith

  • Author: Roger D. Lanius,John M. Logsdon,Robert W. Smith
  • ISBN: 9057026236
  • ISBN13: 978-9057026232
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 464
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This book explores Russia's stunning success of ushering in the space age by launching Sputnik and beating the United States into space. It also examines the formation of NASA.

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John M. Logsdon, Roger D. Launius, Robert William Smith. Psychology Press, 2000 - 442 sayfa. This book explores Russia's stunning success of ushering in the space age by launching Sputnik and beating the United States into space. It also examines the formation of NASA, the race for human exploration of the moon, the reality of global satellite communications, and a new generation of scientific spacecraft that began exploring the universe. An introductory essay by Pulitzer Prize winner Walter A. McDougall sets the context for Sputnik and its significance at the end of the twentieth century.

Reconsidering Sputnik. Lanius, roger . logsdon, john . smith, robert w. Published by Routledge (2000). ISBN 10: 9057026236 ISBN 13: 9789057026232.

Forty Years Since the Soviet Satellite (Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine). ISBN13:9789057026232. Release Date:October 2000.

Reconsidering Sputnik: Forty Years Since the Soviet Satellite (Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine).

Studies in the history of science, technology, and medicine ; v. 1. Part 1: Roger D. Launius Space Flight in the Soviet Union. Peter A. Gorin Rising from a Cradle: Soviet Public Perceptions of Space Flight Before Sputnik. 11. Online. 2. Asif A. Siddiqi Korolev, Sputnik, and the International Geophysical Year. 3. James J. Harford Korolev's Triple Play: Sputniks 1, 2 and. 4. William P. Bary Sputnik and the Creation of the Soviet Space Industry. Part 2: Robert W. Smith A Setting for the International Geophysical Year. 5. Rip Bulkeley The Sputniks and the IGY.

Roger D. Lanius, John M. Logsdon, Robert W. Smith. Launius Space Flight in the Soviet Union Part 2: Robert W. Smith A Setting for the International Geophysical Year Part 3: Ramifications and Reactions Glenn P. Hastedt Epilogue: Sputnik and Technological Surprise.

New from highly recommended for all readers who want a balanced view of historical developments in the space race and its associated politics.

John Krige Building a Third Space Power: Western European Reactions to Sputnik . Industry Part 2: Robert W. Smith A Setting for the International.

John Krige Building a Third Space Power: Western European Reactions to Sputnik at the Dawn of the Space Age 11. Eilene Galloway Organizing the . Launius Space Flight in the Soviet Union 1. Gorin Rising from a Cradle: Soviet Public Perceptions of Space Flight Before Sputnik 2. Siddiqi Korolev, Sputnik, and the International Geophysical Year 3. Harford Korolev's Triple Play: Sputniks 1, 2 and 3 4. Bary Sputnik and the Creation of the Soviet Space. Smith A Setting for the Internationa. ONTINUE READING.

This book explores Russia's stunning success of ushering in the space age by launching Sputnik and beating the United States into space. It also examines the formation of NASA, the race for human exploration of the moon, the reality of global satellite communications, and a new generation of scientific spacecraft that began exploring the universe. An introductory essay by Pulitzer Prize winner Walter A. McDougall sets the context for Sputnik and its significance at the end of the twentieth century.
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