GALLERY OF SPACE SCIENCE POPULARIZED PUBLICATIONS

SCIENCE SERVICE SPACE SCIENCE BOOKLETS (1959-1974)

SCIENCE SERVICE COVER CAPE CANAVERAL

Copyright, 1962, Nelson Doubleday, Inc.


DISCUSSION

CAPE CANAVERAL by Lt. Walter Ryland, U.S. Air Force, published by Nelson Doubleday, Inc. in 1962, dealt with the history of Cape Canaveral, and how rockets were processed and launched.

Perhaps, the most interesting of the booklets listed below is the first which is titled MAN IN SPACE. It discusses early plans to put men on the Moon. The booklet was published in 1962 before these plans were approved. The approach for landing men on the moon set forth in MAN IN SPACE was never implemented.


OTHER SCIENCE SERVICE SPACE BOOKLETS

MAN IN SPACE (circa 1962)

SATELLITES

UNIVERSE

GRAVITY

MAN IN SPACE (circa 1969)

ROCKETS (circa 1969)

MOON (circa 1974)


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