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Cover: The Hubble Wars: Astrophysics Meets Astropolitics in the Two-Billion-Dollar Struggle over the Hubble Space Telescope, With a New PrefaceThe Hubble Wars: Astrophysics Meets Astropolitics in the Two-Billion-Dollar Struggle over the Hubble Space Telescope, With a New PrefaceChaisson, Eric J.PAPERBACK05/03/1998$30.00
Cover: Apollo in the Age of AquariusApollo in the Age of AquariusMaher, Neil M.PAPERBACK03/11/2019$20.00
Cover: The Cosmic Inquirers: Modern Telescopes and Their MakersThe Cosmic Inquirers: Modern Telescopes and Their MakersTucker, Wallace
Tucker, Karen
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