Baird, Anne; Graham, David, 1952- ill; . Includes bibliographical references (p. 48) and index.
Baird, Anne; Graham, David, 1952- ill; . Space Camp (Huntsville, Al. Publication date. How it all began - Dreams to realities: Early rockets - The Mercury program - The Gemini program - The Apollo program - The space shuttle - Space station Freedom and the future of rockets.
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Launching a new series of . Space Camp books, this dynamic photo essay brings the dramatic story of rocket development to life. Budding astronauts tour the Rocket Park and Space Museum in Huntsville, Alabama. They also board the space shuttle and visit a mock-up of the proposed space station. Plus they find out what new rockets are in their future.
Space Camp Book of Rockets Mar 1, 1994. by Anne Baird, David Graham.
I grew up on the edge of a jungle in Trinidad during WW II. There, I amused myself by publishing a hand-written, illustrated weekly newspaper called The Daily Blah. I sold these for a penny a copy to friends of my family. Space Camp Book of Rockets Mar 1, 1994. Space Camp Book of Astronauts Apr 26, 1996.
Space Camp Book of Rockets Anne Baird, David Graham, and Buzz Aldrin, William Morrow, 1994, ASIN 0688122299 Children ages 8 to 10 can explore the origins and history of rocketry. Lots of photographs and models. On the Shuttle: Eight Days in Space Barbara Bondar and Roberta Bondar, Maple Tree Press, 1993, ISBN 1895688124 Follow the Discovery mission of January 1992 and learn about living and working in space. Well illustrated, with many photographs
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A colorful photo-essay highlights the courageous men and women of America's space program, including Neil Armstrong, legends of the space-race years, early Space Shuttle astronauts, and others.
David Graham Baird (3 December 1854 in New York City – 8 October 1913 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) was an American chess master. He was the brother of John Washington Baird, who was also an American chess master. A writer in the New York Times, describing the players in the Sixth American Chess Congress (1889), portrayed Baird and his brother as follows: Of the Baird brothers, David G. is the better player by far. He plays with characteristic Scotch carefulness, for he is of Scotch descent.