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Publication Date: 2000
One of the greatest accomplishments of the 20th century was man's advance into space. This book traces the development of manned space flight from the late 1800's to the present time and offers speculation about man's future objectives in space. The book discusses the scientific results of manned space flight while also examining the cultural, military, and political factors that influenced these achievements. INTO THE FINAL FRONTIER is designed to work as a supplement to a main astronomy course or in a course specifically targeting the space program.McNamara, Bernard is the author of 'Into the Final Frontier The Human Exploration of Space', published 2000 under ISBN 9780030320163 and ISBN 003032016X.
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