Sun Power: The Global Solution for the Coming Energy Crisis
by Ralph Nansen
Publisher: Ocean Press 1995
The contents of this book should be of interest to the non technical reader. Nansen presents the rationale for solar power satellites in an understandable form devoid of the usual technical jargon to make the subject accessible to the public.
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