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The kids' book of space flight & space stations, by Kent Alexander

Label
The kids' book of space flight & space stations
Title
The kids' book of space flight & space stations
Statement of responsibility
by Kent Alexander
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
SJP
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
TL793
LC item number
.A43 1990x
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The kids' book of space flight & space stations, by Kent Alexander
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "With AirLinks modular flight system"--Front cover
  • "Find out about the challenges, rewards-- and risks-- of space exploration....Learn how computers are helping to design comfortable space stations. Then conduct your own flight experiments with the AirLinks flight system. Design refinements to the AirLinks were achieved on the McDonnell Douglas Aerospace CAD/CAM computer system to bring you the ultimate in space-age technology. From the unmanned space missions of the 1960s to futuristic orbiting laboratories, The kids' book of space flight & space stations will show you where we've been and where we're going"--Back cover
  • The six hexagonal plastic air links can be configured into various multi-level structures using the red plastic clips and pins
Accompanying material
6 plastic air links.
Dimensions
26 cm. +
Extent
63 pages
Isbn
9780894718786
Lccn
90053173
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: book bound in glossy covers illustrated with a space station and an astronaut in space; the accompanying six air links are set in custom niches in a brown cardboard platform fitted into a glossy illustrated blue box; book laid on top. In light yellow cardboard phase box. Purchase, Powell's Books, 1994.
Other physical details
illustrations (some col.)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)23990969
  • ucoclc23990969
Label
The kids' book of space flight & space stations, by Kent Alexander
Publication
Note
  • "With AirLinks modular flight system"--Front cover
  • "Find out about the challenges, rewards-- and risks-- of space exploration....Learn how computers are helping to design comfortable space stations. Then conduct your own flight experiments with the AirLinks flight system. Design refinements to the AirLinks were achieved on the McDonnell Douglas Aerospace CAD/CAM computer system to bring you the ultimate in space-age technology. From the unmanned space missions of the 1960s to futuristic orbiting laboratories, The kids' book of space flight & space stations will show you where we've been and where we're going"--Back cover
  • The six hexagonal plastic air links can be configured into various multi-level structures using the red plastic clips and pins
Accompanying material
6 plastic air links.
Dimensions
26 cm. +
Extent
63 pages
Isbn
9780894718786
Lccn
90053173
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: book bound in glossy covers illustrated with a space station and an astronaut in space; the accompanying six air links are set in custom niches in a brown cardboard platform fitted into a glossy illustrated blue box; book laid on top. In light yellow cardboard phase box. Purchase, Powell's Books, 1994.
Other physical details
illustrations (some col.)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)23990969
  • ucoclc23990969

Library Locations

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