[FPSPACE] Anyone help this fellow?

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Can anyone help this fellow? I have provided some STS Press Kits.

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Friday, September 1, 2000.

Anthonie Smaling
Spaceflight Document Center
Koningsspil 1
4191 TA Geldermalsen
The Netherlands
EUROPE.


                                                    Dear Mr. =
D.M.Harland,

the reason of my writing you is that I`m a long time follower of the =
Space Age. To make this a not too long intro e-mail
I glue my personal story after this first part.
What is my reason for doing this? I`m looking for other persons who are =
as interested in spaceflight as I am and are willing to share and =
exchange data/information on this subject. In doing so I`ll give you a =
second added part after this containing the materials I`m still looking =
for to complete my collection and what I have now still to offer first =
hand.
Secondly I`m looking for persons who are able to provide me with =
up-to-date information on current programs: including paper,
audio- and video-tape materials?

As you see, after all those years I`m still very, very interested in the =
activities going on in outer space.
This will be all for today, my own collection is huge - and I still have =
not an ibndex of it - but if you are searching for some particular item =
on anything, please let me know and I inform you what I have!

Hope to hear from you soon,

                                                                         =
               sincerely: Anthonie Smaling.

PART 1:

MY HISTORY OF FOLLOWING THE SPACE PROGRAMS


My interest in spaceflight began in the eve of the `heyday period `` of =
the Apollo lunar program. On the age of 9-10 years at school I became =
involved in a speechproject and we picked the upcoming flight of =
Apollo-8, the first cislunar mission in december 1968. Actually since =
that time I became so fascinated by these missions that I began to =
follow these activities since then. At first I started collecting =
national newspaper/newsmagazine articles(in Dutch). I also followed the =
broadcasts from radio and television. At those times I had no recording =
devices- the only ones at those times were audiorecording devices, but I =
was not fortunate to have one at that time! So in those beginning days I =
was busy only with collecting materials/information from national =
origin.

In the following years I learned at school the English language, and =
this was the start for searching more detailed information/data about =
spaceflight activities! I first contacted NASA Headquarters, and thru =
informations from them I contacted almost all the centers in the world =
being active in the field of spaceflight and space exploration.

Ofcourse I still missed the first 10-13 years of the Space Age =
concerning collecting materials from mainly NASA Center Public Affairs =
Office`s. I still was able to obtain valuable materials/data covering =
that period of 1958-1970. Only I was unsuccesfull obtaining first-hand =
materials from Russian/former-Soviet Union activities, still today I =
lack actual contact with Russian sources. The materials I collected on =
the USSR/Russian spaceflight missions mainly consists of Western origin.

Presently I have materials from 1958 to now, covering ofcourse =
extensively the manned spaceflights and the major unmanned =
scientific/technical and planetary, and in a minor extensive way the =
other space programs, e.g. applications technology.


My colection includes:


  a.. Newspaper/magazine articles of national and international origin: =
1959- present: e.g.:=20

Time, Life, Newsweek, Florida Today newspaper, The Times, The Daily =
Telegraph, The International Herald Tribune;


  a.. Trading periodicals covering spaceflight missions: 1959-present: =
Aviation Week and=20

Space Technology, Spaceflight/BIS, Flight International(UK), =
Countdown(USA),

Quest(USA), Flug Revue(German), Spaceview(Dutch);


  a.. NASA Publications: almost all the NASA Special Publications =
covering its programs=20

(see list of SP`s of the NASA Historical Office), NASA Technical =
Memorandums, many

materials/data of the various NASA Center Public Affairs Office`s like: =
manned mission

crew litho`s, Press Kit`s, mission press releases, orbiter data, Crew =
Activity Plans and

other internal NASA documents involving a particular flight, mission =
emblem decals, =85..


  a.. many books/documents on the many space programs, from general to =
specific topics,=20

written by non-NASA or other government sources. Since ten years I`m =
also busy

collecting the autobiographic coverages of the astronauts who flew those =
missions!


  a.. Since 1972 I recorded audiotapes of the spaceflight missions, and =
I also obtained from=20

various US sources original NASA footage materials


  a.. Since 1979 I also recorded videobroadcasts covering =
chronologically the spaceflight activities. In doing so I collected =
quite an extensively the history of mainly the US Space Program, I have =
also some materials on the Russian spaceflight activities but not so =
huge as from the other countries. Since 1988 I recorded almost all =
broadcasts from CNN, which was receivable from that time on!=20


The last years I`m busy with some items which I would like to add to my =
collection to make it complete. And those items mainly the programs of =
the beginning, these items are not printed anymore, so I`m trying to =
obtain them thru contacting other spaceflight collecting people in the =
hope they are able to provide me with originals or good qualitative =
copies.

SEARCHED MATERIALS:


* `Lunar Sample Studies`, NASA SP-418;

* `Apollo Program Summary Report`(NASA =99 X-68725/JSC-09423-April =
1975);

* `Report of the Presidential Commission On The Space Shuttle Challenger =
Accident- Volume 4`;

* `Aeronautics & Astronautics: A Chronology of Sciences, Technology & =
Policy -The Year 1962`;

* `Handbook of Soviet Lunar and Planetary Exploration`, by Nicholas =
Johnson, 1979(Vol.47, Science=20

& Technology Univelt Inc., San Diego, California);

* `The Soviet Year In Space: 1981, 1982 & 1984 `, by Nicholas Johnson;

* `The US Library of Congress Studies on the Soviet Union`s Space =
Program`:

- Soviet Space Program: 1962-1963( december 1966)

- ,, ,, ,, : 1966-1969( 9 december 1970)

- ,, ,, ,, : 1971 ( supplement to 1966-1970 study/april 1972)

- ,, ,, ,, : 1976-1980, vol. 1 ( december 1982)

- ,, ,, ,, : 1981-1987, vol. 1 ( may 1988)

- ,, ,, ,, : 1981-1987, vol. 2( may 1988)

* ` Hello Earth`, by Alfred M. Wordon, 1974 (Los Angeles;NASH);

* ` Voyage To The Moon: A View From NASA Headquarters`, by Robert C. =
Saeaman`s Monograph

( Historical Office NASA);

* ` Space Age Management: The Large Scale Approach`, by James Webb( New =
York: McGraw-Hill,

1969);

* `Mission to Deep Space: Voyager`s Journey of Discovery, by William E. =
Burrows

* ` Murder on Pad 34`, by Erik Bergaust (New York: G.Putnam`s Sons, =
1968);

* ` The Real Stuff: A History of the NASA Astronaut Requirements =
Program` by Joseph D. Atkinson,

Jr., & Jay M. Shafritz (New York: Prager 1985);

* ` The Face of Venus: The Magellan Radar Mapping Mission`, by Ladislav =
E. Roth & Stephen D.=20

Wall(Washington, DC: NASA SP-520, 1995);

I`m always eager to know and meet other interested people, who just as I =
am, deeply interested in the Space Programs of the world. Both ancient =
programs as current programs. And I`m willing to share my knowledge and =
actual materials I collected thru the years with them. Unfortenately I =
have still no complete list from all my materials, but its an extensive =
coverage of many individual missions. So if you have a specific request, =
please tell me and I can tell you what I have about that specific topic! =


Its also a primary goal for me to be updated of the current programs, =
and in doing so nowadays huge amount of informations is accessible on =
the Internet, but I still prefer some materials/data in printed form for =
my collection. And those materials is currenlty, certainly wiithin the =
NASA PAO Center`s,hard to obtain, therefore I would like to know people =
who still have access to these sources and who are willing to share =
these information with me! These activities written here above are my =
free-time efforts, and I`m doing it now for almost 31 years. My =
professional work is in a hosptial, I`m working on Intensive Care ward =
as a specialist-nurse. And in my work there are many spin-offs coming =
from the technologies developed by the aerospace industries. It is just =
very interesting to see how many spin-offs from the space programs have =
found a way in our daily lives!



PART II:

MATERIALS FOR TRADE/SALE:

  a.. Skylab- issue of the National Geographic- October 1974- Color =
version: $10
  a.. National Geographic, vol. 135, No. 5/ May 1969: ` Apollo 8: `` A =
Most Fantastic Voyage `` by Samuel Phillips, Apollo Program Director, =
NASA $ 15
  a.. National Geographic, vol.136, No.6/December 1969: FIRST EXPLORERS =
ON THE MOON - THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF APOLLO 11 IN FIVE PARTS $ 25
  a.. National Geographic, vol. 149, No.2/February 1976: `Historic =
Handclasp in Space ` $ 10=20
  b.. Brochure Spacelab(NASA Information Summaries/ PMS 021/MSFC, April =
1987) $ 1=20
  c.. Europe in Space =96 An overview on ESA Activities , december 1993 =
$ 2=20
  d.. Space Station: Opening the next frontier(BOEING) $ 1=20
  e.. NASA FACTS/FS-1997-01-005-HQ: Space Shuttle: Operating the World`s =
Most Versatile Launch System $ 1=20
  f.. Alpha Station =96 september 1993 - Program Implementation plan $ 2 =

  g.. Space Benefits =96 The secondary application of aerospace =
technology in other sectors of the economy (DRI- 1/76) $ 10=20
  h.. `Together in Orbit - The Origins of the International Particpation =
in the Space Station `by John M. Logsdon ( NASA Monographs in Aerospace =
History 11) $ 5,-=20
  i.. CD-ROM: 30 th Anniversary of Apollo-11, NASA origin; &20, -=20
  j.. ` Leven op andere planeten` door Chriet Titulaer (Elsevier =
Amsterdam, MCMLXXVI/ISBN:90 10 10584 9=20
  k.. `Televisie-satellieten `door Chriet Titulaer ( WYT Uitgevers/ISBN: =
90 6007 600 1)=20
  l.. `Leven in het Heelal`door Chriet Titulaer ( TELEAC, 19800=20
  m.. In de Ban van de Maan door Jacques Ros en Hendrik Jan van =
Brandwijk( Uitgeverij Het Spectrum/ ISBN: 90 274 2292 3)
P.s.: I`m now reading your book about the lunar geological exploration =
during the Apollo program. It is very scientific of nature

        but it is very valuable. I`m enjoying it very much!






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<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Friday, September 1, 2000.</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Anthonie Smaling</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Spaceflight Document Center</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Koningsspil 1</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>4191 TA Geldermalsen</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>The Netherlands</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>EUROPE.</FONT></DIV>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Dear Mr. D.M.Harland,</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>the reason of my writing you is that I`m a long time =
follower=20
of the Space Age. To make this a not too long intro e-mail</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>I glue my personal story after this first =
part.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>What is my reason for doing this? I`m looking for =
other=20
persons who are as interested in spaceflight as I am and are willing to =
share=20
and exchange data/information on this subject. In doing so I`ll give you =
a=20
second added part after this containing the materials I`m still looking =
for to=20
complete my collection and what I have now still to offer first=20
hand.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Secondly I`m looking for persons who are able to =
provide me=20
with up-to-date information on current programs: including =
paper,</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>audio- and video-tape materials?</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>As you see, after all those years I`m still very, =
very=20
interested in the activities going on in outer space.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>This will be all for today, my own collection is =
huge - and I=20
still have not an ibndex of it - but if you are searching for some =
particular=20
item on anything, please let me know and I inform you what I =
have!</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>Hope to hear from you soon,</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; =
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; sincerely: =
Anthonie=20
Smaling.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=3D2>PART 1:</FONT></DIV>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><B><U><FONT size=3D3>
<P align=3Dcenter>MY HISTORY OF FOLLOWING THE SPACE PROGRAMS</P></B>
<P align=3Dcenter></P></U></FONT>
<P align=3Djustify>My interest in spaceflight began in the eve of the =
`heyday=20
period `` of the Apollo lunar program. On the age of 9-10 years at =
school I=20
became involved in a speechproject and we picked the upcoming flight of=20
Apollo-8, the first cislunar mission in december 1968. Actually since =
that time=20
I became so fascinated by these missions that I began to follow these =
activities=20
since then. At first I started collecting national =
newspaper/newsmagazine=20
articles(in Dutch). I also followed the broadcasts from radio and =
television. At=20
those times I had no recording devices- the only ones at those times =
were=20
audiorecording devices, but I was not fortunate to have one at that =
time! So in=20
those beginning days I was busy only with collecting materials/in<FONT=20
size=3D3>f</FONT>ormation from national origin.</P><FONT size=3D3>
<P align=3Djustify>In the following years I learned at school the =
English=20
language, and this was the start for searching more detailed =
information/data=20
about spaceflight activities! I first contacted NASA Headquarters, and =
thru=20
informations from them I contacted almost all the centers in the world =
being=20
active in the field of spaceflight and space exploration.</P>
<P align=3Djustify>Ofcourse I still missed the first 10-13 years of the =
Space Age=20
concerning collecting materials from mainly NASA Center Public Affairs =
Office`s.=20
I still was able to obtain valuable materials/data covering that period =
of=20
1958-1970. Only I was unsuccesfull obtaining first-hand materials from=20
Russian/former-Soviet Union activities, still today I lack actual =
contact with=20
Russian sources. The materials I collected on the USSR/Russian =
spaceflight=20
missions mainly consists of Western origin.</P>
<P align=3Djustify>Presently I have materials from 1958 to now, covering =
ofcourse=20
extensively the manned spaceflights and the major unmanned =
scientific/technical=20
and planetary, and in a minor extensive way the other space programs, =
e.g.=20
applications technology.</P>
<P align=3Djustify></P>
<P align=3Djustify>My colection includes:</P>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>Newspaper/magazine articles of national and international origin: =
1959-=20
  present: e.g.:=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<DIR>
<P align=3Djustify>Time, Life, Newsweek, Florida Today newspaper, The =
Times, The=20
Daily Telegraph, The International Herald Tribune;</P></DIR>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>Trading periodicals covering spaceflight missions: 1959-present: =
Aviation=20
  Week and=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<P align=3Djustify>Space Technology, Spaceflight/BIS, Flight =
International(UK),=20
Countdown(USA),</P>
<P align=3Djustify>Quest(USA), Flug Revue(German), Spaceview(Dutch);</P>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>NASA Publications: almost all the NASA Special Publications =
covering its=20
  programs=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<DIR>
<P align=3Djustify>(see list of SP`s of the NASA Historical Office), =
NASA=20
Technical Memorandums, many</P>
<P align=3Djustify>materials/data of the various NASA Center Public =
Affairs=20
Office`s like: manned mission</P>
<P align=3Djustify>crew litho`s, Press Kit`s, mission press releases, =
orbiter=20
data, Crew Activity Plans and</P>
<P align=3Djustify>other internal NASA documents involving a particular =
flight,=20
mission emblem decals, =85..</P></DIR>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>many books/documents on the many space programs, from general to =
specific=20
  topics,=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<DIR>
<P align=3Djustify>written by non-NASA or other government sources. =
Since ten=20
years I`m also busy</P>
<P align=3Djustify>collecting the autobiographic coverages of the =
astronauts who=20
flew those missions!</P></DIR>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>Since 1972 I recorded audiotapes of the spaceflight missions, and =
I also=20
  obtained from=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<P align=3Djustify>various US sources original NASA footage =
materials</P>
<UL>
  <P align=3Djustify>
  <LI>Since 1979 I also recorded videobroadcasts covering =
chronologically the=20
  spaceflight activities. In doing so I collected quite an extensively =
the=20
  history of mainly the US Space Program, I have also some materials on =
the=20
  Russian spaceflight activities but not so huge as from the other =
countries.=20
  Since 1988 I recorded almost all broadcasts from CNN, which was =
receivable=20
  from that time on!=20
  <P></P></LI></UL>
<P align=3Djustify></P>
<P align=3Djustify>The last years I`m busy with some items which I would =
like to=20
add to my collection to make it complete. And those items mainly the =
programs of=20
the beginning, these items are not printed anymore, so I`m trying to =
obtain them=20
thru contacting other spaceflight collecting people in the hope they are =
able to=20
provide me with originals or good qualitative copies.</P><B><U>
<P align=3Djustify>SEARCHED MATERIALS:</P>
<P align=3Djustify></P></B></U></FONT><FONT size=3D3>
<P>* `Lunar Sample Studies`, NASA SP-418;</P>
<P>* `Apollo Program Summary Report`(NASA =99 X-68725/JSC-09423-April =
1975);</P>
<P>* `Report of the Presidential Commission On The Space Shuttle =
Challenger=20
Accident- Volume 4`;</P>
<P>* `Aeronautics &amp; Astronautics: A Chronology of Sciences, =
Technology &amp;=20
Policy -The Year 1962`;</P>
<P>* `Handbook of Soviet Lunar and Planetary Exploration`, by Nicholas =
Johnson,=20
1979(Vol.47, Science </P>
<P>&amp; Technology Univelt Inc., San Diego, California);</P>
<P>* `The Soviet Year In Space: 1981, 1982 &amp; 1984 `, by Nicholas=20
Johnson;</P>
<P>* `The US Library of Congress Studies on the Soviet Union`s Space=20
Program`:</P>
<P>- Soviet Space Program: 1962-1963( december 1966)</P>
<P>- ,, ,, ,, : 1966-1969( 9 december 1970)</P>
<P>- ,, ,, ,, : 1971 ( supplement to 1966-1970 study/april 1972)</P>
<P>- ,, ,, ,, : 1976-1980, vol. 1 ( december 1982)</P>
<P>- ,, ,, ,, : 1981-1987, vol. 1 ( may 1988)</P>
<P>- ,, ,, ,, : 1981-1987, vol. 2( may 1988)</P>
<P>* ` Hello Earth`, by Alfred M. Wordon, 1974 (Los Angeles;NASH);</P>
<P>* ` Voyage To The Moon: A View From NASA Headquarters`, by Robert C.=20
Saeaman`s Monograph</P>
<P>( Historical Office NASA);</P>
<P>* ` Space Age Management: The Large Scale Approach`, by James Webb( =
New York:=20
McGraw-Hill,</P>
<P>1969);</P>
<P>* `Mission to Deep Space: Voyager`s Journey of Discovery, by William =
E.=20
Burrows</P>
<P>* ` Murder on Pad 34`, by Erik Bergaust (New York: G.Putnam`s Sons,=20
1968);</P>
<P>* ` The Real Stuff: A History of the NASA Astronaut Requirements =
Program` by=20
Joseph D. Atkinson,</P>
<P>Jr., &amp; Jay M. Shafritz (New York: Prager 1985);</P>
<P>* ` The Face of Venus: The Magellan Radar Mapping Mission`, by =
Ladislav E.=20
Roth &amp; Stephen D. </P>
<P>Wall(Washington, DC: NASA SP-520, 1995);</P>
<P>I`m always eager to know and meet other interested people, who just =
as I am,=20
deeply interested in the Space Programs of the world. Both ancient =
programs as=20
current programs. And I`m willing to share my knowledge and actual =
materials I=20
collected thru the years with them. Unfortenately I have still no =
complete list=20
from all my materials, but its an extensive coverage of many individual=20
missions. So if you have a specific request, please tell me and I can =
tell you=20
what I have about that specific topic! </P>
<P>Its also a primary goal for me to be updated of the current programs, =
and in=20
doing so nowadays huge amount of informations is accessible on the =
Internet, but=20
I still prefer some materials/data in printed form for my collection. =
And those=20
materials is currenlty, certainly wiithin the NASA PAO Center`s,hard to =
obtain,=20
therefore I would like to know people who still have access to these =
sources and=20
who are willing to share these information with me! These activities =
written=20
here above are my free-time efforts, and I`m doing it now for almost 31 =
years.=20
My professional work is in a hosptial, I`m working on Intensive Care =
ward as a=20
specialist-nurse. And in my work there are many spin-offs coming from =
the=20
technologies developed by the aerospace industries. It is just very =
interesting=20
to see how many spin-offs from the space programs have found a way in =
our daily=20
lives!</P>
<P>&nbsp;</P>
<P><FONT size=3D2>PART II:</FONT></P>
<P><FONT size=3D2>MATERIALS FOR TRADE/SALE:</FONT></P>
<UL>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Skylab- issue of the National Geographic- October =
1974- Color=20
  version: $10</FONT></LI></UL>
<UL>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>National Geographic, vol. 135, No. 5/ May 1969: ` =
Apollo 8:=20
  `` A Most Fantastic Voyage `` by Samuel Phillips, Apollo Program =
Director,=20
  NASA $ 15</FONT></LI></UL>
<UL>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>National Geographic, vol.136, No.6/December 1969: =
FIRST=20
  EXPLORERS ON THE MOON - THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF APOLLO 11 IN FIVE =
PARTS $=20
  25</FONT></LI></UL>
<UL>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>National Geographic, vol. 149, No.2/February 1976: =
`Historic=20
  Handclasp in Space ` $ 10 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Brochure Spacelab(NASA Information Summaries/ PMS =
021/MSFC,=20
  April 1987) $ 1 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Europe in Space =96 An overview on ESA Activities , =
december=20
  1993 $ 2 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Space Station: Opening the next frontier(BOEING) $ =
1 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>NASA FACTS/FS-1997-01-005-HQ: Space Shuttle: =
Operating the=20
  World`s Most Versatile Launch System $ 1 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Alpha Station =96 september 1993 - Program =
Implementation plan=20
  $ 2 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>Space Benefits =96 The secondary application of =
aerospace=20
  technology in other sectors of the economy (DRI- 1/76) $ 10 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>`Together in Orbit - The Origins of the =
International=20
  Particpation in the Space Station `by John M. Logsdon ( NASA =
Monographs in=20
  Aerospace History 11) $ 5,- </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>CD-ROM: 30 th Anniversary of Apollo-11, NASA =
origin; &amp;20,=20
  - </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>` Leven op andere planeten` door Chriet Titulaer =
(Elsevier=20
  Amsterdam, MCMLXXVI/ISBN:90 10 10584 9 </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>`Televisie-satellieten `door Chriet Titulaer ( WYT=20
  Uitgevers/ISBN: 90 6007 600 1) </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>`Leven in het Heelal`door Chriet Titulaer ( TELEAC, =
19800=20
  </FONT>
  <LI><FONT size=3D2>In de Ban van de Maan door Jacques Ros en Hendrik =
Jan van=20
  Brandwijk( Uitgeverij Het Spectrum/ ISBN: 90 274 2292 =
3)</FONT></LI></UL>
<P><FONT size=3D2>P.s.: I`m now reading your book about the lunar =
geological=20
exploration during the Apollo program. It is very scientific of=20
nature</FONT></P>
<P><FONT size=3D2>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; but it is =
very=20
valuable. I`m enjoying it very much!</FONT></P>
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