Orion S Highway Across The Galaxy

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Author: Charles E. Anzalone
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477141499
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Category : Fiction
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Book Description: The book, titled Orion’s Highway Across the Galaxy, is about an alien from a distant planet assigned to help mankind by making specific individuals in the past become famous. His name is Enoch and he is a distant cousin of the human race. Gifted with certain skills, he is able to help Nostradamus, Mozart, and Dr. Christiaan Barnard gain the recognition that they richly deserved. The following is a quote from Enoch as he summarizes his life: Nostradamus, Mozart, and Dr. Barnard — all these men with different personalities were the ones that I helped in the corresponding years 1513, 1756, and 1962. Mozart lived for only thirty-five years because of the drugs he received as a baby causing his brain to deform. For every bad thing, there is a good thing: his contribution was the brilliance of his music that he left for society. When I recall the three Earthlings that I guided toward recognition, I concede that their beginnings were apt to be shadowy. So it is with great men trying to find their beginnings with their inner skills that are undeveloped. Most critics, then and now, still debate the success of their accomplishments with doubt and jealousy, and yet, wishing that they could achieve fame themselves. The plain and inescapable truth is that these men struggled with a desire that motivated them, and in the absence of eyewitnesses, no one was there to see me rally them on. I gave them inspiration and the ability to meet their goals. — Enoch, II With a life span of twelve hundred years, Enoch is capable of accomplishing many goals set forth by his superiors. The only goal that he cannot successfully complete is to make a decision to marry Beena, the red-haired beauty whom he loves, or to marry Brianna, the beautiful blond that had his child out of wedlock. During Enoch’s multiple visits to planet Earth, he discovers the mysteries of the universe. The following is one of Enoch’s discoveries: Traveling at Warp 5, we crossed the barrier that separates the two spiral sectors in our galaxy, called the Milky Way. Beyond the stream of neutrinos on the other side of the barrier, I could see the multicolored beacons that our radar illuminated on the monitor screen. The green rings and yellow dots in a circular pattern outlined the entrance to Orion’s Highway, a pathway that led to planet Earth. My assignment was to help an individual on Earth to become historically famous — an individual whose artistic music skills would calm the soul and quench the fires of war within the hearts of men! The individual was my distant cousin, and I was about to become my Brother’s Keeper. — Enoch, II The story line unravels universal mysteries about the feasibility of space flight at warp speeds, a decoding of the Bible that shows when the Great Flood occurred, and the purpose

The Sidereal Heavens

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Author: Thomas Dick
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A Key To The Celestial Globe

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Author: Samuel Porter (instrument maker.)
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National Geographic Encyclopedia Of Space

National Geographic Encyclopedia of Space PDF Book Detail:
Author: Linda K. Glover
Publisher: National Geographic Society
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Size: 64.18 MB
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Category : Reference
Languages : en
Pages : 400
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Book Description: The National Geographic Encyclopedia of Space offers clear and concise explanations of the planets; telescopes; manned space flight; satellites; the origin of the universe; the contributions of Nicolaus Copernicus, Edwin Hubble, and Stephen Hawking; and much more. The Encyclopedia of Space answers such questions as How vast is the Milky Way? What makes a satellite stay up? How does deep space affect our daily climate? Arranged in six thematic chapters, the Encyclopedia of Space brings together in one accessible volume the varied aspects of space science: the solar system, deep space exploration (manned and unmanned) and discovery, satellites and orbits, and the commercial, scientific, and military uses of space. Tables, diagrams, maps, and fact boxes provide additional information and value. The encyclopedia is enriched by recently declassified intelligence material and photographs from the U.S. Navy and the National Reconnaissance Office, the latest Hubble images, and essays written by leading professionals in the field, such as Kathryn Sullivan and Sylvia Earle. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who landed on the Moon with Neil Armstrong, will write a foreword to the encyclopedia.

New Scientist

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Book Description: New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.

Popular Science

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