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Mission to Mars Mission to Mars :
Illustrative Content
LCC: TL799.M3 A273 2015 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 629.45/53 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2015410319
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Buzz Aldrin speaks out as a vital advocate for the continuing quest to push the boundaries of the universe as we know it. As a pioneering astronaut who first set foot on the moon during mankind's first landing of Apollo 11-- and as an aerospace engineer who designed an orbital rendezvous technique critical to future planetary landings -- Aldrin has a vision, and in this book he plots out the path he proposes, taking humans to Mars by 2035. -- Source other than Library of Congress.
Table Of Contents
Foreword / Andrew Aldrin
The view from Air Force One
Time for decision-making : call for a unified space vision
Your space : building the business case
Dreams of my moon
Voyage to Armageddon
The march to Mars
Homesteading the red planet
The clarion call
Afterword: beyond here and now
Changing visions for space exploration.
Authorized Access Point
Aldrin, Buzz. Mission to Mars
Authorized Access Point Variant
David, Leonard. Mission to Mars