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From Stargazers to Starships

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From Stargazers to Starships
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Publisher: phy6.org

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From Stargazers to Starships is a coherent, self-contained course at the high-school level, also suitable for independent study, rich in history. It deals with the world of gravity -- of massive planets and stars, and the way spaceflight is achieved despite their strong pull.

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