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Outer space = infinite fascination! A delight for space fans and experts alike, this book is your unique guide to the legendary Voyager missions. After the worldwide success of Apollo VII-XVII, the authors again scoured the NASA archives to gather all the key facts and discoveries of this interstellar spacecraft, including previously unpublished information. First launched in 1977, the twin Voyager 1 and 2 space-craft have significantly expanded our knowledge of space, corrected many scientific theses and, last but not least, produced the most distant image of the earth: the famous "Pale Blue Dot." SELLING POINTS: A must-have guide to NASA's Voyager missions, including previously unpublished material. All the key discoveries: from exploring our nearest planets to entering interstellar space. Background information on physics, astrophotography, and trying to make contact with extraterrestrials. 200 colour and 100 b/w photographs

 

Details

ISBN: 9783961712915
Audience: General
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 18 Sep 2020
Publisher: teNeues Publishing UK Ltd
Publication City, Country: Kempen, Germany
Dimensions (cm): 31.4(H) x 24.5(L)

 

Reviews

"fascinating" (Sunday Telegraph, 29/11/2020); "awe-inspiring" (Times.co.uk, 28/11/2020); "an awe-inspiring peek into the Nasa archives" (The Times, 05/12/2020); "left me open-mouthed in awe" (BBC Sky at Night, January 2021); "A delight for all space fans" (Amateur Photographer, 12/12/2020)

 

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