T. A. Heppenheimer

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Thomas A. Heppenheimer (born 1947) is a major space advocate and researcher in planetary science, aerospace engineering, and celestial mechanics. His books are on the recommended reading list of the National Space Society.

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  • A brief history of flight : from balloons to Mach 3 and beyond (2001) ISBN 0-471-34637-3
  • Colonies in Space (Stackpole, 1977) ISBN 0-8117-0397-5
  • The coming quake : science and trembling on the California earthquake frontier (1988) ISBN 0-8129-1616-6
  • Countdown: A History of Space Flight (1999) ISBN 0-471-29105-6
  • Development of the Space Shuttle, 1972-1981. Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002. ISBN 1-58834-009-0
  • Facing the Heat Barrier: A History of Hypersonics. NASA SP-2007-4232
  • First flight : the Wright brothers and the invention of the airplane (2003) ISBN 0-471-40124-2
  • Flight : a history of aviation in photographs (2004) ISBN 1-55297-984-9
  • The man-made sun : the quest for fusion power (1984) ISBN 0-316-35793-6
  • The Real Future. Doubleday, 1983. ISBN 0-385-17688-0
  • The space shuttle decision : NASA's search for a reusable space vehicle (1999) NAS 1.21:4221
  • Toward distant suns (1979) ISBN 0-8117-1578-7
  • Turbulent skies : the history of commercial aviation (1995) ISBN 0-471-10961-4

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