Infinity Beckoned: Adventuring through the Inner Solar System, 1969-1989

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Infinity
Beckoned
Adventuring Through the Inner Solar System,
1969–1989

Jay Gallentine

Foreword by Bobak Ferdowsi

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS • LINCOLN AND LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Beach Brainstorm 5
  • 2- What If … 11
  • 3- Dead at Birth 21
  • 4- Failure to Communicate 47
  • 5- Halt the Work, Destroy All Materials 65
  • 6- There and Back Again 81
  • 7- Sitting Cosmonauts 99
  • 8- Cauldron of Contradictions 121
  • 9- Buy-in 145
  • 10- "Prepared Area" 161
  • 11- Laying Eggs (Somehow) 173
  • 12- How Low Can You Go? 193
  • 13- Three Mistakes 211
  • 14- Devil from Redondo 231
  • 15- The Boy to Be Beaten 247
  • 16- How to Buy a Computer That Does Not Exist 259
  • 17- Downsurfing 277
  • 18- Gulliver’s Travels 291
  • 19- Too Much Too Soon 309
  • 20- Scientific Charity 323
  • 21- Last Man Home 337
  • 22- Bonneville, Notch Rock, Double Squirt, Sudden Death 339
  • 23- Postmortem 359
  • 24- Sons of a Bitch 365
  • 25- The Sum of All Nations 375
  • 26- Hang Time 391
  • 27- The Rules of Resigning 413
  • 28- Wonders Never Cease 433
  • Sources 455
  • Index 469
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