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Category: Fiction Reviewed by: Casey Suire Title: Titan of Cislunar Space Author: Peter J. Schubert NSS Amazon link for this book Format: Paperback/Kindle Pages: 497
Category: Fiction Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Critical Mass Author: Daniel Suarez NSS Amazon link for this book Format: Hardcover/Kindle Pages: 464 pages Publisher: Dutton
Category: Fiction Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Delta-V Author: Daniel Suarez NSS Amazon link for this book Format: Hardcover/Kindle Pages: 448 Publisher: Dutton Date: April
Category: Fiction Reviewed by: John J. Vester Title: Holdout Author: Jeffrey Kluger Format: Hardcover, paperback, Kindle Pages: 352 Publisher: Dutton Date: August 2022 Retail Price:
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Category: NonfictionReviewed by: Peter SpasovTitle: Behavioral Health and Human Interactions in SpaceAuthor: Nick Kanas, M.D.Format: Hardcover/KindlePages: 447Publisher: SpringerDate: February 2023Retail Price: $89.99/$89.99ISBN: 978-3031167225Find
A NEW SPACE AGE
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