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A new work, first published by Dover in 1971.
The content of the book is fine, and would get 5 stars, but the formulae are extremely weirdly laid out and, at times, difficult or confusing to read.Published 3 days ago by Steven
This is the first edition of a book from the 70's, and it shows. Although most of the content is correct, there are a few serious errors in the formulas that will presumably be... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. L. Conaway II
Classic astrodynamics textbook every space professional should own.Published 10 months ago by Lynnane
A very good introduction to the subject. Many examples are given and several of the questions have answers in the text which makes this ideal for self study. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joseph Sweat
I got this on a whim since it's in my field, but this 1970s title really isn't worth it. If you want something for reference that is the industry standard just get the standby:... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Teque5
I've seen an advance copy of the new 2015 2nd edition, and other than some intro updates, this classic from Dover is close to the same, however, the new edition is not that much... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Let's Compare Options Preptorial