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New Acquisitions in the National Air and Space Museum Library

Hotter weather, weddings, and Father's Day all take place in the month of June. The National Air and Space Museum Library is also heating up with the addition of new book titles.

Aviation in Southern Oregon by Bill Alley and the Southern Oregon Historical Society.   Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina, 2011.  TL522.O7 A45 2011


Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress: 1935 Onwards (All Marks): Owners' Workshop Manual by Graeme Douglas.    Zenith Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2011.  UG1242. B6 D667 2011


Chasing Icarus: The Seventeen Days in 1910 that Forever Changed American Aviation by Gavin Mortimer.   Walker & Company, New York, NY, 2009.  TL670.5 M67 2009


From Jars to the Stars: How Ball Came to Build a Comet-Hunting Machine by Todd Neff.   Earthview Media, Denver, Colorado, 2010.  QB500. 268 N44 2010


The Heavens on Earth: Observatories and Astronomy in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture edited by David Aubin, Charlotte Bigg and H. Otto Sibum.   Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, 2010.  QB32. H43 2010 


Jet Age: The Comet, the 707 and the Race to Shrink the World by Sam Howe Verhovek.  Avery, New York, New York, 2010.  TL515. V37 2010.


Patrick Moore's Data Book of Astronomy edited by Patrick Moore and Robin Rees.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, 2011.  QB64. M623 2011


Sisters in Arms by Helena Schrader.  Pen & Sword Aviation, Barnsley, England, 2006. D790.5 S37 2006 

Voyager: Seeking Newer Worlds in the Third Great Age of Discovery by Stephen J. Pyne.  Viking, New York, New York, 2010.  TL789.8 U6 V5275 2010


—Leah Smith


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