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Space Has No Frontier: The Terrestrial Life and Ti&hellip by John Bromely-Davenport
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Just a well paced and informative book on one of Britain's scientific giants of the last 200 years. Shows the 'establishment' & 'academic big wigs' for what they were when they tried to delay, cancel and divert blame for one of the greatest research tools ever developed being 'over budget'. Thank goodness for Bernard's drive and grit to see it through. Also enthralling to read his pivotal role in war time Britain and the defence and attack capabilities of radar.
Patrick Moore's Yearbook of Astronomy 2014: Specia&hellip by Patrick Moore
5.0 out of 5 stars The one and only....., 10 Feb 2014
If there is one astronomy book you buy in a year this should be it - every year. Still in one respect a shock that Patrick is not here to continue his involvement, but the new team have done a great job, and the tributes a very welcome addition this year. We must not forget.....
Really Useful Box 22 Litre by Really Useful
Really Useful Box 22 Litre by Really Useful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just what you need...., 10 Feb 2014
I had always thought that to have such a box would be a good idea then saw this on the Amazon site - now all tidy again... One slight design niggle is that ideally I'd like the handle/catches to be a crisper snap close.

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