n.p. Schick Safety Razor Company, 1963. 3.75" x 6", 64, wraps, profusely illus. in color, glossary, some wear to cover and spine edges.
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Waukesha, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Co., 1994. Quarto, 106, wraps, profusely illus. (some in color), small tear at base of spine, some soiling to rear cover.
New York: C. S. Hammond & Co., n.d. 1 sheet, closed size 10" x 7", open size 27" x 39-1/2", color illus., wear along crease lines, stains and rough spots to front & rear.
London: Taylor & Francis Ltd., 2000. 142, wraps, figures, references, some wear to cover and spine edges.
Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 1988. 112, wraps.
West Nyack, NY: Dexter Press, Inc., 1969. 32, wraps, color illus., diagrams, maps, small chip in front cover, NASA Tours sticker on front cover, crease in rear cover.
Brooks AFB, TX: USAF Aerospace Medical Cen. 1961. Quarto, approx. 500, wraps, illus., tables, charts, references, some soiling to fore-edge, covers somewhat worn, staples in front cover.
Chicago, IL: Time, Inc., 1959. quarto, 4, front and rear covers only--no text pages, address sticker residue on front cover, some wear and soilingCover illustration on "Weightless Airmen in Space Test," on early training to test suction shoes in a weightless environment. Major Edward L. Brown is featured on this cover.
Chicago, IL: Time, Inc., 1961. Quarto, 152, wraps, illus., small tears along edges, covers creased, ink name & scribbles on front cover, partial address sticker fr cov.
Chicago, IL: Time, Inc., 1962. Quarto, 98, wraps, illus., covers scuffed and some edge wear, address sticker fr cover, text somewhat darkened, sm tears side margins.
Chicago, IL: Time, Inc., 1962. Quarto, 94, wraps, illus., covers soiled, creases at spine, address sticker on front cover, text somewhat darkened.
New York: McGraw-Hill, . First U.S.? Edition. First? Printing. 31 cm, 831, illus. (some color), maps, index, DJ worn, soiled, torn, and large chips. Introduction by M. Scott Carpenter.
1986. A Collector's Edition. Wraps. 64 p. Includes illustrations. Many illustrations in color.
Houston, TX: World Book Encyclopedia Sci. 1964. 250, illus., weakness to front board, p. 239 creased, DJ soiled & scuffed: small tears, sm pcs missing, larger pc missing fr DJ.
New York: Swann Galleries, 1998. 84, wraps, illus., references, slight wear and soiling to covers, Swann Galleries ephemera laid in.
Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub. c. 1970. 44, wraps, profusely illus., date stamped inside front flyleaf, small crease in margin of front flyleaf, covers quite worn.
New York: The Citadel Press, 1958. First Edition. 253, illus., tables, index, boards quite scuffed and edges of spine worn.
Maxwell AFB, AL: Air University Press, 2012. 152, wraps, notes, figures, tables, sticker residue on front cover, slight wear to DJ edges.
Toronto, Canada: Macmillan Canada, 1993. First Canadian Edition. Third Printing. Quarto, 8 + stickers, wraps, 6 sheets of reusable color stickers, some sticker residue on covers.
Bethesda, MD: Space Publications, c1993. 213, wraps, illus., index, slight wear and soiling to covers.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1999. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. 415,  pages. Notes. Index. Signed by author on title page. Autographed sticker on front of DJ. Joel Leroy Achenbach (born December 31, 1960) is an American staff writer for The Washington Post and the author of seven books, including A Hole at the Bottom of the Sea, The Grand Idea, Captured by Aliens, It Looks Like a President only Smaller, and three compilations of his former syndicated newspaper column "Why Things Are". He is a contributor to many publications, including Slate and National Geographic, where he is a former monthly columnist. Mr. Achenbach has been a commentator on National Public Radio's Morning Edition, and does occasional lectures and other speaking engagements. In addition to his work in the print version of The Washington Post, Achenbach was one of the first Post writers to have a significant presence on the Internet and formerly wrote the popular Post blog, "The Achenblog," which ended in March 2017.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1958. 373, illus., tables, bibliography, index, rear bd weak, tear inside hinge p. 373, soiling ins bds & flylves, bds scuffed & stained.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1958. First? Edition. First? Printing. Hardcover. 373 pages. Illus., chapter bibliographies, index, boards somewhat worn and soiled. Signed by Frederick Ordway (one of the collaborators).
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1962. 252, illus., tables, appendices, bibliography, index, small rough spot at base of spine, boards somewhat scuffed and scratched.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1958. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xvi, , 373,  pages. Footnotes. Illustrations. Tables. Bibliography. Index. Foreword by Dr. Wernher von Braun. DJ edges worn and small chips missing, DJ in plastic sleeve. The author was the President, National Research and Development Corporation. Ronald Wakeford for the Director of the Astronautics Division of that company. Dr. Ordway was Director, Ordnance Projects for General Astronautics Corporation. Dr. Canney was founder and Chairman of the Board of General Astronautics Corporation. Dr. Wernher von Braun wrote the Foreword for this volume. Frederick Ira Ordway III (April 4, 1927 – July 1, 2014) was an American space scientist and author of visionary books on spaceflight. Ordway was educated at Harvard University and completed several years of graduate study at the University of Paris. He owned a large collection of paintings depicting astronautical themes. He was a member of leading professional societies and was the author, co-author, or editor of more than thirty books and over three hundred articles. At the time of his death he was the longest-serving member of the American Rocket Society (joined in 1939). Ordway was a member of the faculty at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) from 1970 to 1973, and he was awarded an honorary doctorate by UAH in 1992.