'This is an essential addition to any library for senior school age pupils.' Gnomon
'General and specialist readers alike will find The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Space an accessible introduction to space activities conducted by all countries since the mid-20th century. the volume … is a gold mine of facts both mainstream and obscure that provides efficient access to a wealth of fascinating details … will reward anyone interested in the history or contemporary profile of human activities in space.' Science
'… the perfect reference book for those working in or studying the space arena.' Orion
'… an unusual but worthwhile addition to the reference shelves for anyone interested in the development and evolution of humanity's endeavour to explore and conquer near-earth space.' The Observatory
This unique Encyclopedia gives a global perspective of our occupation and use of space, whether scientific, industrial, commercial, technical or military. The wealth of full-colour illustrations make the information highly accessible, resulting in an invaluable source for everyone interested in, or studying, our use of space.