Spacecam: In Co-Operation with NASA Photographing the Final Frontier From--Apollo to Hubble

Spacecam In Co Operation with NASA Photographing the Final Frontier From Apollo to Hubble Photographs of space have always been fascinating and extraordinary and never so than now that space telescopes such as Hubble are bringing us strange and beautiful images of unimaginably distant regi

  • Title: Spacecam: In Co-Operation with NASA Photographing the Final Frontier From--Apollo to Hubble
  • Author: Terry Hope
  • ISBN: 9780715321645
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Photographs of space have always been fascinating and extraordinary and never so than now that space telescopes such as Hubble are bringing us strange and beautiful images of unimaginably distant regions of the universe, even almost to the beginning of time Spacecam celebrates the unique perspective of cameras freed from the confines of the earth looking back at ourPhotographs of space have always been fascinating and extraordinary and never so than now that space telescopes such as Hubble are bringing us strange and beautiful images of unimaginably distant regions of the universe, even almost to the beginning of time Spacecam celebrates the unique perspective of cameras freed from the confines of the earth looking back at our own colourful planet and the patterns made by coastlines, river deltas and weather patterns, the activity in our own backyard of satellites and space shuttles, exploring the solar system with stunning pictures of our nearest neighbours, and of course the cosmic ballet of deep space Utilizing amazing photographs from spaceships and stations, satellites, space telescopes, probes and planetary rovers, Spacecam will bring together the beautiful, the pioneering and the scientifically astounding, looking at our own tiny and fragile world, around us at our neighbours, and out into deep space.

    One thought on “Spacecam: In Co-Operation with NASA Photographing the Final Frontier From--Apollo to Hubble”

    1. I love a good book of space pictures, but it's a difficult balance. For a book to be readable it can't be too big - yet you want the pictures to be as large as possible. Spacecam comes in at the bottom end of the compromise. It's about the size of a trade paperback, but in landscape format, which helps with the pictures. I'd really like it to be a little bigger to get the full glory of these images, but it's big enough that the shots can be quite stunning, while at the same time it is a manageab [...]

    2. I'm a sucker for these beautiful photo books. From Apollo to Hubble, this book provides some of the most fantastic reproductions of space (and some terrestrial) photos I've ever seen.

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