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“The plane was approaching the ground fast. The sinking bird prepared for a splash down. Suddenly, with immense energy, it smashed, fuselage first into the water. All was... More > motionless as the plane slowed down and came to a halt. The plane, now grounded in the lake began sinking quickly.”< Less

The X-15 rocket plane flew at Mach 6.72 and at altitudes above 67 miles -- at the threshold of space! The men who flew this amazing plane became the USAF's first astronauts. Powered by an XLR-99... More > engine capable of producing 70,000 pounds of thrust at peak altitude, the X-15 pushed the envelope for manned aircraft past the post office. Notably, both Apollo commander Neil Armstrong and Space Shuttle commander Joe Engle piloted the X-15. Originally highly restricted, the manual was recently declassified and is here reprinted in book form. This affordable black and white facsimile has been reformatted. Due to the historic nature of this text, image quality can vary. Care has been taken however to preserve the integrity of the text.< Less

This poetry book is an honor and tribute to every individual who has traveled above the horizon. As I try my best to join forces with the space program, my initiative is to inspire the hearts of... More > young children and pre-teens to reach for their dreams, showing them how important astronauts/cosmonauts are to our daily lives, spreading words of wisdom to care for others, sharing my views on spirituality, and expressing the precious beauty of our planet. This is a treasurable collection of 77 heartfelt poems which includes 6 black and white pages of astronauts with their admirers and a complete space explorer listing.
If you're a space enthusiast, you will enjoy this read. I guarantee you won't be let down. - Shawna Lee< Less

Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

Robert Lee began to reflect upon a revolving two-dimensional mental image. Starting with an imaginary plane, he began to manipulate and rotate it in his mind. He mentally stretched, torqued,... More > expanded, and squeezed the two-dimensional plane until a three-dimensional form developed. Calculus acted as a sort of catalyst in his thought process as he developed a concept for re-created paintings. In fact, integration can be used to find the areas of plane regions with [f(x) – g(x)] dx, and the volumes of solids of revolution and volumes by slicing based on the formula A(x) dx. So he took this notion of revolving two-dimensional planes and he thought of a plan to make tangible images. The result was beautiful holistic paintings in monochromes.< Less

The intent of this project is to examine the “ground” and its role in the definition of a cubic volume. Ground is understood as a vital component to the making and defining of space. It... More > creates a legible datum that informs orientation, path, section and plan. The definition of eight points of space or a cube was examined with the following elements: points, planes, volumes, corners, edges, perimeters, centers, intersections, and folds.< Less

The intent of this project is to examine the “ground” and its role in the definition of a cubic volume. Ground is understood as a vital component to the making and defining of space. It... More > creates a legible datum that informs orientation, path, section and plan. The definition of eight points of space or a cube was examined with the following elements: points, planes, volumes, corners, edges, perimeters, centers, intersections, and folds.< Less