VG+/ good, text clean, binding sound. 8 vo, 496pp, Book protected in removable poly jacket. Moderate edge tears, light sunning to spine. A true story of individuals from wartime operatives of the Counter-Intelligence Corps who hushed up the existence of the atomic-bomb project, to the theoretically ideal astronaut: a woman midget from the Andes with a Ph.D. in physics; from puzzled sighters of flying saucers to a bomb-making scientist who considers his work "boring".
Very good in very good dust jacket. Light edge wear to jacket. 496 p. 22 cm. "Substantial portions were previously published in book form in Early tales of the atomic age (1948) and The man in the thick lead suit (1954)"
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