Destination Space: Making Science Fiction a Reality

Destination Space Making Science Fiction a Reality Award winning writer and journalist Kenny Kemp goes in search of the paying passengers who will make history on the first commercial flight into space They will be able to experience weightlessness w

  • Title: Destination Space: Making Science Fiction a Reality
  • Author: KennyKemp
  • ISBN: 9780753512357
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Award winning writer and journalist Kenny Kemp goes in search of the paying passengers who will make history on the first commercial flight into space They will be able to experience weightlessness, witness the curvature of the Earth and have a unique view of the Universe seen only by astronauts Detailing their arduous training and how their bodies will be affected in spAward winning writer and journalist Kenny Kemp goes in search of the paying passengers who will make history on the first commercial flight into space They will be able to experience weightlessness, witness the curvature of the Earth and have a unique view of the Universe seen only by astronauts Detailing their arduous training and how their bodies will be affected in space, to the science, business and politics behind this incredible breakthrough, Destination Space describes just the beginning of an amazing adventure .

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    2 thoughts on “Destination Space: Making Science Fiction a Reality

    1. KennyKemp Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Destination Space: Making Science Fiction a Reality book, this is one of the most wanted KennyKemp author readers around the world.

    2. This books is a worthily account of the many new and exciting opportunities the venture to go out privately and peaefully into space. Space tourism may sound like a outrageous prospect today - This bok was written in 2007, and it has dated a little. BUT - This is the frontier man has to cross. It is like the founder of modern spaceprograms Igor Tsilovkovsky said - "Earth is the cradle of man - but man cannot forever stay in the cradle." If we as a species are to ever get over our war like and de [...]

    3. I don't know what I was expecting, space is exciting and mysterious and this book failed to make it seem either. I tried to stick with it, I really did, but I just couldn't waste any more of my time on it. I'm not happy about that. Since I accepted that I didn't have to finish books that failed to grip me I have increasingly failed to finish books. After this book, I started and failed to finish two others. It's fairly simple. If I find my mind drifting whilst reading it's obviously just not wor [...]

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