Red star in orbit

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Random House Publishing Group, 1981 - Science - 272 pages
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Provides a candid, behind-the-scenes look at the Russian space program since 1957, discussing the designers of the program, the cosmonauts, the successes, the failures, and more

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User Review  - Colin Birge - Goodreads

In 1980, when he wrote Red Star in Orbit, James Oberg was one of the leading Western experts on the Soviet space program - a not inconsiderable achievement, given how little reliable documentation ... Read full review

Review: Red Star in Orbit

User Review  - Colin Birge - Goodreads

In 1980, when he wrote Red Star in Orbit, James Oberg was one of the leading Western experts on the Soviet space program - a not inconsiderable achievement, given how little reliable documentation ... Read full review

Contents

At Home in Orbit
3
The Birth of Sputnik
14
The Nedelin Catastrophe
39
Copyright

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