5 edition of Crisis in space found in the catalog.
Crisis in space
W. J Carmouche
by Revelation Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Deasy encountered his first crisis when he worked in the Space Systems division at Rockwell International (now part of Boeing). Seven days before the launch of a space shuttle, there was a Author: Brian P.
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The story centres on astronaut Jerry Linenger and the events on the Shuttle and Mir Space Programme in Personnel covered in the bookAuthor: Bryan Burrough. Superstitious people found many reasons to fear misfortune for the Apollo 13 mission.
Others scoffed, but when there was an explosion on the third day in space, America held its breath for four days before the crew returned safely to so often people encounter incredible situations that only the most courageous individuals can triumph over.
As a broad idea the book works, but as a road map to climate action, it skips too many details. Melville House.
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Crisis in space: Apollo [Mark Beyer] -- Recounts the events related to the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission and how the crew and mission control handled the in-flight crisis.