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Astronautical Books Published in 2010
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This list of more than 100 titles was compiled by the American Astronautical Society History Committee.

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Adamcik, Robert. Voyages of Discovery: The Missions of Space Shuttle Discovery. Apogee Prime. [discuss | order]

Ansari, Anousheh with Homer Hickham. My Dream of Stars: From Daughter of Iran to Space Pioneer. Palgrave Macmillan. [discuss | order]

Arbatov, Alexei and Vladimir Dvorkin (Eds.). Outer Space: Weapons, Diplomacy, and Security. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. [discuss | order]

Aster, Robert. Missions From JPL: Fifty Years of Amazing Flight Projects. CreateSpace. [discuss | order]

Badescu, Viorel. Mars: Prospective Energy and Material Resources. Springer. [order]

Baker, David and James T. Ratcliff. The 50 Most Extreme Places in Our Solar System. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. [discuss | order]

Ball, Andrew, James Garry, Ralph Lorenz, and Viktor Kerzhanovich. Planetary Landers and Entry Probes. Cambridge University Press. [discuss | order]

Ball, David. American Astrophilately: The First 50 Years. A&A Publishers, LLC. [discuss | order]

Benaroya, Haym. Turning Dust to Gold: Building a Future on the Moon and Mars. Springer-Praxis. [discuss | order]

Benaroya, Haym. Lunar Settlements. CRC Press. [discuss | order]

Bortz, Fred. Seven Wonders of Exploration Technology. Twenty-First Century Books. [order]

Branson, Sir Richard. Reach for the Skies: Ballooning, Birdmen and Blasting into Space. Virgin Books. [discuss | order]

Burgess, Colin, et al. Footprints in the Dust: The Epic Voyages of Apollo, 1969-1975. University of Nebraska Press. [discuss | order]

Carmichael, Scott. Moon Men Return: USS Hornet and the Recovery of the Apollo 11 Astronauts. Naval Institute Press. [discuss | order]

Caubarreaux, Eric. For All Mankind: Recipients of the Congressional Space Medal of Honor. CreateSpace. [discuss | order]

Ciancone, Michael L. (Ed.). History of Rocketry & Astronautics: AAS History Series, Volume 33. Univelt. [discuss | order]

Cisco, David. Full Circle. D L C Enterprises. [discuss | order]

Comiso, Josefino. Polar Oceans from Space. Springer. [order]

Correno, Sophia C. (Ed.). NASA's Future and It's Pursuits. Nova Science Pub Inc. [discuss | order]

Dench, Paul. Carnarvon and Apollo: One Giant Leap for a Small Australian Town. Rosenberg Publisher. [discuss | order]

De Winne, Lena. My Countdown: The Story Behind My Husband's Spaceflight. Apogee Prime. [discuss | order]

Dick, Steven J. (Ed.). NASA's First 50 Years: Historical Perspectives. NASA SP-2010-4704. [discuss | order]

Dick, Steven J. and Mark L. Lupisella (Eds.). Cosmos & Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context. NASA SP-2009-4802. [order]

Dowswell, Paul. First Encyclopedia of Space. Usborne. [order]

Duggins, Pat. Trailblazing Mars: NASA's Next Giant Leap. University Press of Florida. [discuss | order]

Eason, Sarah. How Does a Rocket Work? Gareth Stevens Publishing. [order]

Erickson, Lance. Space Flight: History, Technology, and Operations. Government Institutes. [discuss | order]

Evans, Ben. Foothold in the Heavens: The Seventies. Springer-Praxis. [discuss | order]

Friedman, Raymond. A History of Jet Propulsion, Including Rockets. Xlibris Corporation. [discuss | order]

Glines, Alan. A Kansan Conquers the Cosmos or "Spaced Out All My Life!". [discuss | order]

Godwin, Robert and Alfred Zaehringer (Eds.). RocketScience: The Journal of the Detroit Rocket Society, Inc., 1947-1952. Apogee Prime. [discuss | order]

Gott, Richard J. and Robert J. Vanderbei. Sizing Up the Universe: A New View of the Cosmos. National Geographic. [discuss | order]

Guiteras, Daniel. Launch On Need: The Quest to Save Columbia's Crew. T-Cell Publications. [discuss | order]

Gunther, Jocelyn (ed.). Commercial Space Transportation. Nova Science Pub Inc. [discuss | order]

Guo, Huadong. Space Science & Technology in China: A Roadmap to 2050. Springer. [discuss | order]

Harris, Bernard. Dream Walker: A Journey of Achievement and Inspiration. Greenleaf Book Group Press. [discuss | order]

Harvey, Brian. Emerging Space Powers: The New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East and South America. Springer-Praxis. [discuss | order]

Hickman, John. Reopening the Space Frontier. Common Ground Publishing. [order]

Howard, Sara. Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Moon. Strategic Book Publishing. [discuss | order]

Huetter, Ted and Christian Gelzer. Edwards Air Force Base (Images of Aviation) Arcadia Publishing. [discuss | order]

Impey, Chris. Talking About Life: Conversations on Astrobiology. Cambridge University Press. [order]

Jakhu, Ram. National Regulation of Space Activities. Springer. [discuss | order]

Johnson, Stephen B. (Ed.). Space Exploration and Humanity: A Historical Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. [discuss | order]

Jones, Barrie W. Pluto: Sentinel of the Outer Solar System. Cambridge University Press. [order]

Keith, Edward. The New Rocket Science.

Kitsche, Wolfgang. Operation of a Cryogenic Rocket Engine: An Outline with Down-to-Earth and Up-to-Space Remarks. Springer. [order]

Lathers, Marie. Space Oddities: Women and Outer Space in Popular Film and Culture, 1960-2000. Continuum. [discuss | order]

Lausten, Gloria Beasley. The Shirtsleeve Invention: The Story of a Man and an Idea. Xlibris Corporation. [discuss | order]

Levine, Joel (Ed.). The Human Mission to Mars: Colonizing the Red Planet. Cosmology Science Publishers. [discuss | order]

Logsdon, John. John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon. Palgrave Macmillian. [discuss | order]

Lojdahl, Franz (Ed.). Future U.S. Launch Capabilities. Nova Science Publishers. [discuss | order]

Maguire, Dillon (Ed.). Exploring the Final Frontier: Issues, Plans and Funding for NASA. Nova Science Pub. [discuss | order]

Mayfield, Mark. The Spaceflight Vault: A History of NASA's Manned Missions. Whitman Publishing. [discuss | order]

Mersch, C.L. The Apostles of Apollo: The Journey of the Bible to the Moon and the Untold Stories of America's Race into Space. [discuss | order]

Meshbesher, Wendy and Eve Hartman. Mission to Mars (Freestyle Express: Science Missions). Heinemann Raintree. [order]

Mortillaro, Nicole. Saturn: Exploring the Mystery of the Ringed Planet. Firefly Books. [order]

Neff, Todd. From Jars to Stars: How Ball Came to Build a Comet-Hunting Machine. Earthview Media. [discuss | order]

Neufeld, Michael J. and Alex M. Spencer (Eds.). Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: An Autobiography. National Geographic. [discuss | order]

Norris, Pat. Watching Earth From Space: How Surveillance Helps and Harms Us. Springer-Praxis. [discuss | order]

O'Brien, Frank. The Apollo Guidance Computer: Architecture and Operation. Springer-Praxis. [discuss | order]

Pelton, Joseph and Angelia Bukley (Eds.). The Farthest Shore: A 21st Century Guide to Space. Apogee Prime. [discuss | order]

Pekkanen, Saadia and Paul Kallender-Umezu. In Defense of Japan: From the Market to the Military in Space Policy. Stanford University Press. [discuss | order]

Pekkanen, Saadia and Paul Kallender-Umezu. In Defense of Japan: From the Market to the Military in Space Policy. Stanford University Press. [discuss | order]

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