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Do Your Ears Pop in Space? and 500 Other Surprising Questions about Space Travel. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2241094
  • Book
  • February 1997
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
"An excellent reference. This book has to be on the shelf of everyspace buff." --James Lovell, Commander, Apollo 13.

Get the inside story on outer space from three-time shuttleastronaut R. Mike Mullane.

"A fascinating collection of honest, factual, from-the-heartanswers to the most often asked questions about spaceflight andspacefliers. Required reading for all who aspire to travel inspace." --Kathy Thornton, 4-mission Shuttle Astronaut, World RecordHolder for Spacewalks by a Woman.

"A brilliant addition to the understanding of space flight. Only aman who has been there--outer space--and done that--fly the SpaceShuttle--could render the complexities of flying in space solucidly." --Walter J. Boyne, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), Former Director,National Air and Space Museum.

"A highly informative inside view of what astronauts reallyexperience in space." --Ed Buckbee, Former Director, U.S. Space& Rocket and U.S. Space Camp.

"All astronauts have been peppered with great questions. MikeMullane has great answers." --Vice Admiral Richard H. Truly, U.S.Navy (Ret.), Columbia 1981, Challenger 1983, NASA Administrator1989-1992.
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Space Physics.

Space Shuttle Pre-Mission and Launch Operations.

Space Shuttle Orbit Operations.

Life in Space.

Space Physiology.

Space Shuttle Reentry and Landing.


Astronaut Facts.

The Future.

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R. Mike Mullane
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