Item Detail

Item Number 7229
Title Greatest Challenge The Incredible Adventure And Splendid Destiny Of Man In Exploring Space, The
Author Caidin, Martin
Condition NF/VG
Publisher E. P. Dutton & Company
Place Published New York
Date Published 1965
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing. Near fine book is bound in green cloth with yellow printing on the spine; it is clean, straight & tight. It has light wear to spine ends and corners and a previous owner's name written on front endpage + a small rubbed spot on the front pastedown from a sticker being removed. The interior is clean without marks or tears. Price intact very good dustjacket is bright and clean. It has edgewear, light chipping and two small holes along the front fold. A small, light stain is present on the back lower edge near the fold. Included with the book is a newspaper clipping from January, 1986 that tells the story of the Challenger disaster. This is the story of the greatest challenge man has ever accepted voluntarily: the dangers of our new adventures beyond this planet, in the manned exploration of space.; Drawings; 8 3/4" x 6"; 320 pages
LoC or ISBN 6419950
Keyword(s) Martin Caidin,Non-fiction,Space Exploration,Space,Manned Space Exploration,Science,Exploration,Fred Wolff
Category(ies) Anthropology Archaeology Earth Sciences,Hard Sciences,History Travel Exploration Places
Price $36.00