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Space Technology

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Space Technology, the first volume in the Sourcebooks in modern Technology Series, is a ready-reference guide that provides non-specialist users with current information about important developments in space technology and about the social, political and technical impact of those developments on everyday life—now and in the future. The book includes a detailed history of the evolution of space technology: a discussion of both civilian and military applications of such technology: a chronology of major developments and discoveries: profiles of prominent scientists, politicians, popularizes, and institutions: explanations of space technology: an examination of major issues surrounding the use of such technology: and predictions for possible future advances. Space Technology also offers a glossary of terms, a lost of key associations, a list of print and electronic information resources, 40 illustrations, and an index.

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    About the Author: JOSEPH A. ANGELO JR., a retired U.S. Air Force officer (lieutenant colonel), is currently a consulting futurist and technical writer. He is Adjunct Professor in the College of Engineering at Florida Tech and served with distinction as a commissioner for the governor of Florida's Commission on Space in 1987-1988. He is the author of seven other books on space technology and space exploration.
    Pages: 408 pages
    Publisher: Pentagon Press (30 June 2003)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1573563358
    ISBN-13: 978-1573563352
    Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 2.4 x 23.4 cm

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