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BEYOND EARTH - The Future of Humans in Space - Krone, Bob (editor) (foreword by Edgar Mitchell)
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2008, ISBN: 9781894959414

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Thomas Nelson Publishers. Paperback. New. Paperback. 416 pages. Dimensions: 8.3in. x 5.3in. x 0.9in.It is the ultimate quest for the ultimate treasure. Chasing a map tattooed on human skin. Across an omniverse of intersecting realities. To unravel the future of the future. Kit Livingstones great-grandfather appears to him in a deserted alley during a tumultuous storm. He reveals an unbelievable story: that the ley lines throughout Britain are not merely the stuff of legend or the weekend hobby of deluded cranks, but pathways to other worlds. To those who know how to use them, they grant the ability to travel the multi-layered universe of which we ordinarily inhabit only a tiny part. One explorer knew more than most. Braving every danger, he toured both time and space on voyages of heroic discovery. Ever on his guard and fearful of becoming lost in the cosmos, he developed an intricate codea roadmap of symbolsthat he tattooed onto his own body. This Skin Map has since been lost in time. Now the race is on to recover all the pieces and discover its secrets. But the Skin Map itself is not the ultimate goal. It is merely the beginning of a vast and marvelous quest for a prize beyond imagining. The Bright Empires seriesfrom acclaimed author Stephen R. Lawheadis a unique blend of epic treasure hunt, ancient history, alternate realities, cutting-edge physics, philosophy, and mystery. The result is a page-turning, adventure like no other. Anything but ordinary . . . Dynamic settings are mixed with unpredictable adventures and parallel worlds. BookPage This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Thomas Nelson Publishers, Burlington, Ontario: Apogee Books, 2006. 296 pp. Trade paperback in French flaps. Light rubbing on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Contents are: Foreword by Dr Edgar Mitchell - Apollo 14 Lunar Module Pilot; Preface by Bob Krone, Langdon Morris and Ken Cox. Part One: Beginnings: The Aerospace Technology Working Group by Kenneth J. Cox; The Meaning of Space by Langdon Morris; Views of Global Leadership - Government Business Academia and Faith by Martin Schwab. Part Two: Human Factors in Space: The Overview Effect and the Future of Humans in Space by Frank White; Governance for a Human Future in Space by Yehezkel Dror; Space Law for the Twenty-first Century by George S. Robinson; Creating the First City on the Moon by Thomas Rogers; Stage Three Leadership: From Good Ideas to Unified Action by Charles E. Smith; Tennis Time and the Mental Clock by Howard Bloom; Cooperative Worldwide Space Collaboration: Epiphany and Turning Point or Else by Michael Hannon; Evolutionary Psychology and Its Implications for Humans in Space by Sherry E. Bell and Dawn L. Strongin; Space as a Popular National Goal by David Livingston; Harnessing Bacterial Intelligence: A Pre-requisite for Human Habitation of Space by Eshel Ben-Jacob; Biotech: A Near Future Revolution from Space by Lynn Harper; Space Exploration and a New Paradigm for Education and Human Capital Development by Michael J. Wiskerchen; Music and Arts for Humans in Space by Bob Krone; A Code of Ethics for Humans in Space by K. T. Connor, Lawrence Downing and Bob Krone; Children's Visions of Our Future in Space by Lonnine Jones Schorer; Sowing Inspiration for Generations of Space Adventurers by Becky Cross; The Meaning of the Heavens to Humankind through History and Its Implications for the Future by Cheryl and Raymond Garbos; Space Ideology and the Soul: A Personal Journey by Paul J. Werbos; Space and Humanity's Evolution by John Stewart. Part Three: Science Technology Engineering and Management for Space: Strategic Thinking for Space Settlements by Paul J. Werbos; The Intelligence Nexus in Space Exploration: Interfaces Among Terrestrial Artifactual and Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence by Joe Isaacson; Efficient Affordable Explorations Operations: Crew Centered Control via Operation Infrastructure by Thomas E. Diegelman, Richard E. Eckelkamp and David J. Korsmeyer; The Changing Role of Spaceports by Derek Webber; Planetary and Solar Resource Management - Biospherical Security and the New Space Adventure by Elliott and Sharon Maynard; The Earth Observatory by Langdon Morris; Lunar Commercial Development for Space Exploration by Thomas L. Matula and Karen A. Loveland; Managing Risks on the Space Frontier: The Paradox of Safety Reliability and Risk Taking by Feng Hsu and Romney Duffey; A Magnificent Challenge by Richard E. Eckelkamp; Planning the Oasis in Space by Richard Kirby and Ed Kiker. Part Four: Strategy and Synthesis: The Genes of Space by Hylan B. Lyon, Becky Cross and Bruce Pittman; Alternative Strategic Approaches to Space by Martin Schwab; The Past is Not Sufficient as a Prolog by Hylan B. Lyon Jr; and Theory and Action for the Future of Humans in Space by Kenneth J. Cox, Bob Krone and Langdon Morris; followed by Glossary of Key Words, Phrases and Concepts; Appendix A: Research Agenda for the Future of Humans in Space; Appendix B: ATWG Meetings 1990 - 2005; and an index. The publisher of Apogee Books - and Collector's Guide Publishing - Robert Godwin, won the Space Frontier Foundation's Best Presentation of Space Award in 2002 for his Apollo Mission Reports series. In 2007 the International Astronomical Union's Committee for Small Body Nomenclature approved the naming of a main belt asteroid after Robert and his brother Richard Godwin for their efforts in documenting space history and raising public awareness about Near Earth Objects. "4252 Godwin" is an absolute magnitude 12.7 minor planet discovered in 1985 by H. Debehogne at the European Southern Observatory. And in 2008 Robert was appointed as Space Curator at the Canadian Air and Space Museum. . First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo., Apogee Books, 2006

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Burlington, Ontario: Apogee Books, 2006. 296 pp. Trade paperback in French flaps. Light rubbing on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Contents are: Foreword by Dr Edgar Mitchell - Apollo 14 Lunar Module Pilot; Preface by Bob Krone, Langdon Morris and Ken Cox. Part One: Beginnings: The Aerospace Technology Working Group by Kenneth J. Cox; The Meaning of Space by Langdon Morris; Views of Global Leadership - Government Business Academia and Faith by Martin Schwab. Part Two: Human Factors in Space: The Overview Effect and the Future of Humans in Space by Frank White; Governance for a Human Future in Space by Yehezkel Dror; Space Law for the Twenty-first Century by George S. Robinson; Creating the First City on the Moon by Thomas Rogers; Stage Three Leadership: From Good Ideas to Unified Action by Charles E. Smith; Tennis Time and the Mental Clock by Howard Bloom; Cooperative Worldwide Space Collaboration: Epiphany and Turning Point or Else by Michael Hannon; Evolutionary Psychology and Its Implications for Humans in Space by Sherry E. Bell and Dawn L. Strongin; Space as a Popular National Goal by David Livingston; Harnessing Bacterial Intelligence: A Pre-requisite for Human Habitation of Space by Eshel Ben-Jacob; Biotech: A Near Future Revolution from Space by Lynn Harper; Space Exploration and a New Paradigm for Education and Human Capital Development by Michael J. Wiskerchen; Music and Arts for Humans in Space by Bob Krone; A Code of Ethics for Humans in Space by K. T. Connor, Lawrence Downing and Bob Krone; Children's Visions of Our Future in Space by Lonnine Jones Schorer; Sowing Inspiration for Generations of Space Adventurers by Becky Cross; The Meaning of the Heavens to Humankind through History and Its Implications for the Future by Cheryl and Raymond Garbos; Space Ideology and the Soul: A Personal Journey by Paul J. Werbos; Space and Humanity's Evolution by John Stewart. Part Three: Science Technology Engineering and Management for Space: Strategic Thinking for Space Settlements by Paul J. Werbos; The Intelligence Nexus in Space Exploration: Interfaces Among Terrestrial Artifactual and Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence by Joe Isaacson; Efficient Affordable Explorations Operations: Crew Centered Control via Operation Infrastructure by Thomas E. Diegelman, Richard E. Eckelkamp and David J. Korsmeyer; The Changing Role of Spaceports by Derek Webber; Planetary and Solar Resource Management - Biospherical Security and the New Space Adventure by Elliott and Sharon Maynard; The Earth Observatory by Langdon Morris; Lunar Commercial Development for Space Exploration by Thomas L. Matula and Karen A. Loveland; Managing Risks on the Space Frontier: The Paradox of Safety Reliability and Risk Taking by Feng Hsu and Romney Duffey; A Magnificent Challenge by Richard E. Eckelkamp; Planning the Oasis in Space by Richard Kirby and Ed Kiker. Part Four: Strategy and Synthesis: The Genes of Space by Hylan B. Lyon, Becky Cross and Bruce Pittman; Alternative Strategic Approaches to Space by Martin Schwab; The Past is Not Sufficient as a Prolog by Hylan B. Lyon Jr; and Theory and Action for the Future of Humans in Space by Kenneth J. Cox, Bob Krone and Langdon Morris; followed by Glossary of Key Words, Phrases and Concepts; Appendix A: Research Agenda for the Future of Humans in Space; Appendix B: ATWG Meetings 1990 - 2005; and an index. The publisher of Apogee Books - and Collector's Guide Publishing - Robert Godwin, won the Space Frontier Foundation's Best Presentation of Space Award in 2002 for his Apollo Mission Reports series. In 2007 the International Astronomical Union's Committee for Small Body Nomenclature approved the naming of a main belt asteroid after Robert and his brother Richard Godwin for their efforts in documenting space history and raising public awareness about Near Earth Objects. "4252 Godwin" is an absolute magnitude 12.7 minor planet discovered in 1985 by H. Debehogne at the European Southern Observatory. And in 2008 Robert was appointed as Space Curator at the Canadian Air and Space Museum. . First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo., Apogee Books, 2006

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Burlington, ON, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing, Incorporated, 2006. This is a critical time for the space program, and for all of us. Even the significant steps that we have taken since the dawn of the space age in 1957, including orbital flight, the Moon landings, and orbiting space stations, will in retrospect seem to be tiny steps compared to what lies ahead. Migrating into space will challenge us beyond anything we have previously accomplished, and we are destined to face adventures that are both fantastically breathtaking and supremely dangerous. "Beyond Earth" is for everyone interested in humankind's next great adventure - the human settlement of the Solar System. A unique collection of world-class scholars, scientists, engineers, managers, astronauts, artists, authors, and professors examine the key questions of our unique circumstance at the dawn of a new era in space exploration and development: Why does space matter to us? What can we use it for? How can we get there efficiently? What will ordinary life be like in space? What will our homes be like on the Moon? On Mars? In orbit? Will we play? Will we love? The book does not stop with questions. It goes beyond the dramatic, the superficial, and the overly technical to the prescriptive, literally laying the brick and mortar for our future space faring civilisation. Contributing authors come from both hard and soft sciences; include education and the arts; and ask children, who will be the future space dwellers, for their visions. They document needed research. There are three underlying assumptions driving this book: First, that the human urge for flight, exploration and survival, plus its curiosity about the universe, are deeply embedded in our genes and in our minds; Second, that even if these urges were ignored, the continual improvement of the quality of life for the human race on earth, and perhaps even its ultimate survival, hinge on the successes of human exploration and habitation of space; and, Third that our generation can use the opportunity presented by outwards expansion to design a rewarding and exciting future of collaboration to capitalise on the lessons learned from human history on Earth. 296pp.. Paperback. New/No d/j as Published. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Collector's Guide Publishing, Incorporated, 2006

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[EAN: 9781894959414], Neubuch, [PU: Collector's Guide Publishing], Science|Astrophysics & Space Science, Technology|Aeronautics & Astronautics, BRAND NEW, Beyond Earth: The Future of Humans in Space, Bob Krone, This is a critical time for the space program, and for all of us. Even the significant steps that we have taken since the dawn of the space age in 1957, including orbital flight, the Moon landings, and orbiting space stations, will in retrospect seem to be tiny steps compared to what lies ahead. Migrating into space will challenge us beyond anything we have previously accomplished, and we are destined to face adventures that are both fantastically breathtaking and supremely dangerous. "Beyond Earth" is for everyone interested in humankind's next great adventure -- the human settlement of the Solar System. A unique collection of world-class scholars, scientists, engineers, managers, astronauts, artists, authors, and professors examine the key questions of our unique circumstance at the dawn of a new era in space exploration and development: Why does space matter to us? What can we use it for? How can we get there efficiently? What will ordinary life be like in space? What will our homes be like on the Moon? On Mars? In orbit? Will we play? Will we love? The book does not stop with questions. It goes beyond the dramatic, the superficial, and the overly technical to the prescriptive, literally laying the brick and mortar for our future space faring civilisation. Contributing authors come from both hard and soft sciences; include education and the arts; and ask children, who will be the future space dwellers, for their visions. They document needed research. There are three underlying assumptions driving this book: First, that the human urge for flight, exploration and survival, plus its curiosity about the universe, are deeply embedded in our genes and in our minds; Second, that even if these urges were ignored, the continual improvement of the quality of life for the human race on earth, and perhaps even its ultimate survival, hinge on the successes of human exploration and habitation of space; and, Third that our generation can use the opportunity presented by outwards expansion to design a rewarding and exciting future of collaboration to capitalise on the lessons learned from human history on Earth.

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The Future of Humans in Space Providing a foundation for space planners and anyone interested in human settlement in the solar system, this book theorizes about the near future, when the heretofore significant steps of humankind--traveling to the moon and building space stations--will be dwarved by new progress. Scholars and scientists raise and answer such questions as "Why does space matter to us? What will ordinary life be like in space?" and "What will our homes be like on Mars or the Moon? "This collection of findings by professionals documents important research, laying the bricks for space-faring civilizations and even consults future space-dwellers--kids--for their visions. Working from the assumption that humankind has a biological need to explore and improve the quality of life, the wide variety of contributors successfully argue that space as a future human habitat is not simply possible, but manifest. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-894959-41-4, Collector's Guide Publishing

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Bob Krone

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Beyond Earth: The Future of Humans in Space

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1894959418

Providing a foundation for space planners and anyone interested in human settlement in the solar system, this book theorizes about the near future, when the heretofore significant steps of humankind--traveling to the moon and building space stations--will be dwarved by new progress. Scholars and scientists raise and answer such questions as "Why does space matter to us? What will ordinary life be like in space?" and "What will our homes be like on Mars or the Moon? "This collection of findings by professionals documents important research, laying the bricks for space-faring civilizations and even consults future space-dwellers--kids--for their visions. Working from the assumption that humankind has a biological need to explore and improve the quality of life, the wide variety of contributors successfully argue that space as a future human habitat is not simply possible, but manifest.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781894959414
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1894959418
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: COLLECTORS GUIDE PUB INC
296 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,540 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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