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Man in inner and outer space; selected lectures on the U.S. manned moon landing programme, the sun, and our own planet. Edited by S. T. Butler and H. Messel
Bib ID 403070
Format BookBook
Author
International Science School for High School Students (11th :, 1968 : University of Sydney)
 
Edition [1st ed.] 
Description Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press [1969] 
472 p. illus., ports. 20 cm. 
ISBN 0080138748
Series

The Commonwealth and international library

Notes

"Sponsored by the Science Foundation for Physics within the University of Sydney."

Subjects Manned space flight.  |  Astronomy.
Other authors/contributors Messel, H. (Harry), 1922-2015 ed  |  Butler, S. T. (Stuart Thomas), ed  |  University of Sydney. Science Foundation for Physics

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