This is a near fine (almost like new) hardcover with dust jacket. 1993 Columbia University Press. This copy is crisp and clean inside and out. The pages are crisp, clean and free of markings. Binding tight and straight. Black hardcover boards under jacket are also near fine. The dust jacket is clean and shiny with only very light shelf wear. Larger size, imperial octavo size, or 8.5" x 11" with 274 pages.
In this book the author Eric Burgess argues for the importance and necessity of a wide-ranging American space program that can develop lunar outposts and a self-sufficient Moon base for space exploration. The book begins with an examination of the scientific and philosophical rationales for space travel and takes an in-depth look at the physical details of the Moon. Numerous tables, charts, and illustrations enhance the analysis. The author also assesses the success and failures of the various Apollo missions. It provides a compelling argument for space exploration and development and how colonization of the Moon could be of extraordinary use for science and commerce.
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