Something interesting to do between eating and sleeping

by | Dec 13, 2007 | Seradata News | 0 comments

MSNBC’s Alan Boyle’s Cosmic Log has its own recommended xmas reading suggestions and so I thought, why not Hyperbola too?

So, for those titles you’ll want to read between your many 40-winks infront of the home fire after too much alcoholic Eggnog, my recommendations are, in no particular order;

Rocket Men: Vostok and Voskhod, the First Soviet Manned Spaceflights

Spies in the Sky: Surveillance Satellites in War and Peace

China’s Space Program- from Conception to Manned Spaceflight

Space Shuttle: The History of the National Space Transportation System The First 100 Missions

Ascent to orbit: the technical writings of Arthur C. Clarke

Star-Crossed Orbits: Inside the U.S.-Russian Space Alliance

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