[FPSPACE] American Experiences on MIR
Wed, 27 Sep 2000 20:38:33 +0100
At 22:13 26/09/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Does anyone know if there have been any books written from those
>Americans that have been on the MIR space station, other than Linenger's
>"Off the Planet"? I'd be interested in any other accounts of life aboard
>MIR that have been written. Also, is there anyway to get the post
>mission debrief transcripts from any of the American MIR expeditions if
You should read Dragonfly, NASA and the crisis aboard Mir. It is written
by Bryan Burrough. I found it an excellent book and I enjoyed reading it
from the first to the last page.
I believe Michael Foale has written a book but I don't have much
information on that.
Something we can look out for is an new BIS publication 'The History of Mir
1986-2000' which is close to be published. Maybe Bart Hendrickx, Andrew
Salmon, Phillip Clark or Rex Hall can tell us more about it.
Tristan Cools email@example.com
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