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101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius (Evil Genius)by Dave Prochnow
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BLAST OFF TO THE FINAL FRONTIERWITH 101 OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD PROJECTS YOU CAN EASILY BUILD YOURSELF!
The sky is not the limit! If you yearn to touch the stars, 101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius has everything you need to explore the universe from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're a beginner stargazer or a more experienced astronomer, you'll find an outstanding project to satisfy you, from model rockets and celestial maps to space robots, GPS systems, and much, much more.
Full of easy-to-follow plans and clear schematics for each project, as well as lists of materials and tools so you know exactly what's involved before you begin, 101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius also gives you:
101 Outer Space Projects for the Evil Genius provides you with all the plans, instructions, parts lists, and sources you need to:
101 How-to-Projects Teach You About Outer Space
The sky is not the limit with this latest entry in the bestsellingEvil Genius series that delivers 101 how-to projects involvingouter space. As with all titles in the series, readers will find adetailed list of materials, tools, sources for parts, and schematicsfor each project—along with 400 dazzling illustrations.
About the Author
Dave Prochnow (Hattiesburg, MS) is an award-winning professional writer, editor, and contributor to numerous technical publications including MAKE, Nuts and Volts, and SERVO Magazine. He is the author of 27 nonfiction book titles for Addison-Wesley, FandW Publications, McGraw-Hill, and TAB Books; including the bestselling PSP Hacks, Mods, and Expansions (McGraw-Hill, 2006) and The Official Robosapien Hackers Guide (McGraw- Hill, 2006). Currently, Dave serves as the Contributing Editor for Nuts and Volts and SERVO Magazine. In 2001, Dave won the Maggie Award for writing the best how-to article in a consumer magazine.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Space is the Place
Ch 2. 3-2-1, Blast Off
Ch 4. Make Contact
Ch 6. You Can't Tell the Stars Without a Map
Ch 8. Your First Job Is on Mars
Ch 10. You Mean the Big Dipper Isn't an Ice Cream Cone?
Appendix A: Resources