eBook Interstellar Contact download
by Duncan Lunan
Author: Duncan Lunan
Publisher: Henry Regnery Company; 1st edition (1975)
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Interstellar contact book. He has published 9 books and was science fiction critic of the Glasgow Herald from 1971 to 1985. Books by Duncan Lunan. Mor. rivia About Interstellar contact.
Interstellar Contact Duncan LunanHenry Regnery, 1974, 324 pagesHardback in good+ condition, DU GoodText is clean and unmarked, binding tight,Cover good, price clipped. Lunan an eminent Scottish scientist deciphered mysterious radio signals that had puzzled scientists ever since they were received in the 1920’s. They pointed to an origin in the constellation Bootes 13,000 years ago, from a planet consider uninhabitable. In 1974 Russian scientists had detected the same signals from the same place. Who is trying to make contact? Powered by eCRATER.
Interstellar Contact. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780809282586. Interstellar contact. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Interstellar contact from your list? Interstellar contact. Published 1975 by Regnery in Chicago. Interstellar communication, Life on other planets.
Duncan Alasdair Lunan, born October 1945, is a Scottish author with emphasis on astronomy, spaceflight and science fiction . Posts About Duncan Lunan.
The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.
Duncan Alasdair Lunan. born Edinburgh, Scotland: 24 October 1945. Interstellar Contact: Communication with Other Intelligence in the Universe (Chicago, Illinois: Henery Regnery, 1974).
Duncan and Linda Lunan are in discussions about the possibility of helping create a public observatory on the .
Duncan and Linda Lunan are in discussions about the possibility of helping create a public observatory on the Falkland Islands, with support from the British Antarctic Survey. Teaching and tutoring.
He is known for his science writings as well as for his work on the Sighthill stone circle