NAVIGATION JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION SUMMER-AUTUMN EXTRATERRESTRIAL COLONIES

Dandridge M. Cole

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Abstract: Only three Years Ago, suggestions that men might someday fly to the moon were received with general skepticism if not outright disbelief. Today, with Sputnik IV orbiting overhead and our own Mercury program well along in its schedule, there is very little doubt that men will soon fly into space and eventually to the moon. There have been doubts expressed as to the advisability and the value of sending men into space (usually by scientists who believe that their instruments will perform better than man), but now we rarely hear any serious doubts raised as to teh technical feasibility of the project.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 7, Number 2&3
Pages: 83 - 98
Cite this article: Cole, Dandridge M., "NAVIGATION JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION SUMMER-AUTUMN EXTRATERRESTRIAL COLONIES", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 7, No. 2&3, 1960, pp. 83-98.
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