Pocket Space Guide # 9
by Tim McElyea
Project Constellation is NASA's initiative to develop a replacement for the aging Space Shuttle. It's main goal is to provide spacecraft for returning to the Moon by the year 2020. This Pocket Space Guide, #9 in the series, gives the background information on how the program was formed and what it is destined to accomplish.
Details are given for all of the elements of the Project Constellation, from the Lunar Precursor Robotic Program to the Orion spacecraft, Ares launch vehicles, and the Lunar Surface Access Module. Project Constellation is realizing President Bush's "Vision" for space and this book chronicles the progress and outlines the plans for tomorrow.
Tim McElyea is a native of Huntsville Alabama with a record of achievement in fine art prints, drawings, sculpture and computer animations. In 1995 he founded Media Fusion, Inc., a studio providing state-of-the-art communications media, particularly full-color graphics and computer animations. Tim and Media Fusion have a rich relationship with NASA, providing high profile imagery and media which NASA uses to communicate the future of space transportation.
"...will provide a useful glimpse into the early days of the Constellation programme."satellite-evolution.com
"But one of an excellent grouping of pocket books by the publishers." Coalition For Space