The high frontier: human colonies in space

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Anchor Books, 1982 - Science - 342 pages
Describes the future high-orbital manufacturing facilities now in the planning stage, explaining how they will be placed in orbit, how they will operate, who will work in them, and how living conditions will be controlled and sustained

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User Review  - Bruce_McNair - LibraryThing

This book is a superb look at the possibilities of establishing space colonies and the many benefits that could ensue from doing so. The benefits could potentially solve many of the big problems ... Read full review

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One of the half-dozen or so books (not literature) that profoundly affected my life. Read full review

Contents

A Letter from Space
1
The Planetary Hangup
29
Islands in Space
63
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