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||TL790 .L395 1990
||Lewis, Richard S., 1916-
in the 21st century / Richard S. Lewis.
||New York : Columbia University Press, c1990.
||234 p. :ill.; 29cm.
||Includes bibliographical references (p.
||Outer space -- Exploration
||Space in the twenty-first century.
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