The Hazards of Space Travel: A Tourist's Guide
Now renowned physicist and astronomer Neil F. Comins, Ph.D., has written a hands-on guide to outer space for potential tourists and armchair travelers. Bringing to life the hard science are the fictional log entries of an imaginary colleague from the future, astronaut Mack Richardson. Together they reveal the risks and challenges that await tourists in the days they would spend orbiting the Earth, the weeks required for a trip to the Moon, and the years needed to go anywhere else in the solar system. Space is the new frontier of extreme adventuring, and The Hazards of Space Travel is a fun, fascinating, and informative guide to your own imminent space odyssey when the sky’s no longer the limit.
New York, NY
Space environment, Manned space flight, Space tourism
Astrodynamics | Astrophysics and Astronomy
Comins, Neil F., "The Hazards of Space Travel: A Tourist's Guide" (2007). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 87.