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Huntsville Air & Space (Alabama)


Retail Price: $21.99


By: T. Gary Wicks


The air age in Hunstville began more than a century ago eith Will Quick\'s design and construction of a flying machine, which he demonstrated in 1908 for patenting and manufacture. The space age began in Huntsville a half of century later with the advent of Wernher Von Braun\'s Redstone Jupiter C rocket, which launched America\'s first satellite, Explorer 1, into orbit in 1958. A decade later, Huntsville was at the epicenter of the greatest technological acheivement of the 20th century as the Saturn V rocket propelled humankind to the moon. Nowhere in the world is the century\'s rapid advance of air and space technology more apparent than in Huntsville. This unique evolution of flying machines and space vehicles unfolds in this pictorial documentary, including the dramatic growth of the research facilities and community infrastructure that produced these remarkable inventions.

The Images of Aviation Series is a series of individual books that takes the reader through a comprehensive photographic journey of American aeronautical history beginning in the early 1900s. By the late 1920s worldwide civil aviation was moving from being a public curiosity to a practical means of transport and recreation. World War I was the catalyst for technological advancement. The Golden Age of Aviation saw continued progress leading to aircraft for World War II. The books take the reader through postwar aircraft progression on into the Jet Age. These fascinating books chart the years and decades using a sequence of carefully annotated photographs. Most have not been previously published. Books include factory photos, and provides for a most informative overview. EACH BOOK: 128 pgs, SB, 6.5 x 9.25, 200+ photos. $19.99

128 pgs, SB, 6.5 x 9.25, 21 photos.


Huntsville Air & Space (Alabama)

ISBN Number: 9780738566071

Item Number: 1560


 
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