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Moondust

Thomas Burnett Swan

Moondust

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Published by Ace Books .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7526045M
ISBN 100441542018
ISBN 109780441542017

Moondust is a generative music video game created for the Commodore 64 by virtual reality pioneer, Jaron Lanier. Moondust was programmed in assembly in , and is considered the first art video game. Moondust has frequently been used as an art installation piece in museum exhibitions from Corcoran Gallery of Art's "ARTcade" to the Smithsonian's "The Art of Video Games".Designer(s): Jaron Lanier.


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A rich mix of cultural history, reportage and personal reflection. Evening Standard. A crisply dramatic account. Sunday Telegraph. Smith’s book succeeds because he bungee-cords together so many intriguing digressions. New York Times/5(2).

In Moondust, Andrew Smith sets out to fi nd and interview the remaining Moonwalkers in order to learn how their lives, and ours, were changed by this surreal adventure for ever. Reviews “'Smith's mix of reporting and meditation is highly entertaining, and this superb book is a fitting tribute to a unique band of twentieth-century heroes.

Smith’s book is an engrossing read, full of humor, insight, and appreciation for the vision and outright zaniness that marked the only human mission to another world.

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By the 21st century, the Moon has been colonized, and although still very much a research Author: Arthur C. Clarke. The complete series list for - Moondust Janelle Taylor.

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Aggie has been by my side since I but took ten years for her to develop into the sarcastic, brave heroine of Moondust. By then I’d become obsessed with writing about space, tech and the future of our planet.

A future full of. Davis Bunn is an internationally bestselling author with more than seven million books in print in twenty-one languages.

Originally from North Carolina, he draws on his international experience to craft award-winning novels.

Davis has been honored with four Christy Awards for excellence in fiction, among other : Kensington. InAndrew Smith was interviewing Charlie Duke, astronaut and moon walker, for the Sunday Times. During the course of the interview, which took place at Duke's Texan home, the telephone rang and Charlie left the room to answer it.

When he returned, some twenty minutes later, he seemed visibly upset. It seemed that he'd just heard that, the previous day, one of his fellow moon walkers, the.

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Overall it was a good story and cannot wait for book 2. Loved the narration by Andrea Emmes. She does very well with going back and forth between characters and accents.

The thought shocked Andrew, and still does. Moondust is his attempt to understand why. The Apollo moon programme has been called the last optimistic act of the 20th Century. Over a strange three year period between andtwelve men made the longest and most eccentric of all journeys, and all were indelibly marked by it.

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Moondust is a remarkable book. I read at least a book a week (I'm also an author), and Moondust is probably the best book I've read in two years.

Really. However, if you are a techno weenie looking for minutia on Apollo, do yourself the favor and don't read this by: 7. “An extraordinary book as profoundly as any work of philosophy.” - Uncut (UK), four stars “Smith is a graceful, easy-going writer, and this beguiling tale is replete with joyful wonder Moondust belongs to the same “New Journalism” tradition as Tom Wolfe’s The Right Stuff.“ - London Times (Sunday).

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Get this from a library. Moondust. [Gemma Fowler] -- When Lumite was discovered on the Moon, the dark days of the Earth appeared to be over. Then disaster struck; a huge explosion at the first Lumite power station. Agatha, god-daughter of the founder.

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It was a great book with so much background detail and download pdf enjoyable listen. I will no doubt return to it again. I will always admire the bravery of these men and cannot imagine ever doing something like this.

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