By Guy Murchie
Publish yr note: initially released in 1961 in fabric. First released in paperback in 1967..
ISBN note: Library Congress Catalogue identity 67022255 from inside of ebook. ISBN from Amazon.
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Beginning with the sun approach an achieving all of the technique to the dividing line among topic and non-matter, this accounting of the fabric universe explains with notable readability the most recent clinical understandings.
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Threshold. its news reports crowd- is Earth-built rockets are part of They have become satellites of the and the sun and have landed on the moon, while man him- the celestial firmament. earth self is following closely, having accepted this ultimate vehicle as easily as the balloon, the fact, In point of parachute or the airplane. an anwas used against the attacking Mongols the rocket far antedates cient Chinese invention, them all. For it is actually and incidentally contributed American skies in the War of 1812.
Growing int6 radial tance, rate of climb or descent _1n to~Tadial velocity, and dislati- and longitudinal direction f rom the earth int o solar or and longituder^nd-se-on. It is a relief not to have to worry any more about wind, a purely atmospheric phenomenon so far as we know, but, before you have time to sigh over this bounty, you realize with some shock that the curvature of space more than replaces wind as a navigation \^rab le to conte nd with. Aifd^even—though it is true that space distortion is more regular and predictable than any earthly gale, it is also more insidious and pervasive.
To realize the enormous momentum ship (weighing a few dozen tons) able cruising speed of, say, 35 to think space but they probably possessed by a small space can be very economical as well as travel fail IN when swift, it has built up a reason- Even though 30 miles a second. the space ship would weigh only a thousandth as much as an Queen Mary it would still have the same Queen Mary had if she could move just one ocean liner like the momentum the thousandth as fast as the space ship, or 108 miles an hour.
Music of the Spheres: The Material Universe, from Atom to Quasar, Simply Explained, Volume 1: The Macrocosm: Planets, Stars, Galaxies, Cosmology by Guy Murchie