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The New Moon
Views of Another World...
by Samuel G. Solar View author's profile page

Overview


Throughout history, humankind contemplated the Moon at a distance until telescopes and other optical devices were developed. Later, technological advances in space exploration delivered the views captured from outer space, its orbit, and surface.

And now, a new step is proposed here, to challenge our perceptions by observing this mysterious world through a new lens.


Book size: 11" height. x 8.5" width ( 28 cm. h. x 21.5 cm. w. approx. ).


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Description


This book takes the reader on a renewed trip through the different stages of the Lunar missions. An adjusted review of the visual records, presenting a new vision of the takes the astronauts captured during one of the most astounding adventures humans have ever launched.

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About the author



Samuel G. Solar has had a lifetime interest in astronomy, space exploration, and photography.

During the last years, he has been studying and reviewing the Earth's Moon exploration visual records, an invaluable historic document captured by the Apollo mission's astronauts.   



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Book details

Genre:PHOTOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Photoessays & Documentaries

Language:English

Pages:212

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9789560943606


Overview


Throughout history, humankind contemplated the Moon at a distance until telescopes and other optical devices were developed. Later, technological advances in space exploration delivered the views captured from outer space, its orbit, and surface.

And now, a new step is proposed here, to challenge our perceptions by observing this mysterious world through a new lens.


Book size: 11" height. x 8.5" width ( 28 cm. h. x 21.5 cm. w. approx. ).


Read more

Description


This book takes the reader on a renewed trip through the different stages of the Lunar missions. An adjusted review of the visual records, presenting a new vision of the takes the astronauts captured during one of the most astounding adventures humans have ever launched.

Read more

About the author



Samuel G. Solar has had a lifetime interest in astronomy, space exploration, and photography.

During the last years, he has been studying and reviewing the Earth's Moon exploration visual records, an invaluable historic document captured by the Apollo mission's astronauts.   



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