Its a Question of Space

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Its a Question of Space
  • Clayton C. Anderson
  • 25 April 2017
  • 1496205081

About the Author: Clayton C. Anderson

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Its a Question of Space Having spent over 150 days on his first tour of the International Space Station, it s safe to say that Clayton C Anderson knows a thing or two about space travel Now retired and affectionately known as Astro Clay by his many admirers on social media and the Internet, Anderson has fielded thousands of questions over the years about spaceflight, living in space, and what it s like to be an astronaut Written with honesty and razor sharp wit, It s a Question of Space gathers Anderson s often humorous answers to these questions andin a book that will beguile young adults and space buffs alike Covering topics as intriguing as walking in space, what astronauts are supposed to do when they see UFOs, and what role astronauts play in espionage, Anderson s book is written in an accessible question and answer format that covers nearly all aspects of life in space imaginable From living in zero gravity to going to the bathroom up there, It s a Question of Space leaves no stone unturned in this witty firsthand account of life as an astronaut. Best Download eBook Its a Question of Space By Clayton C. Anderson – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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9 thoughts on “Its a Question of Space

  1. Nandini Bharadwaj says:

    Note I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest reviewI love reading about space and hearing about the experiences of those fortunate enough to have explored it, which is why I was really looking forward to reading this book I was not sure what to expect as I don t generally read a lot of biographies or non fiction, so I approached it with a bit of trepidation The book is styled in a QA format and is basically a set of questions asked by users on Q Note I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest reviewI love reading about space and hearing about the experiences of those fortunate enough to have explored it, which is why I was really looking forward to reading this book I was not sure what to expect as I don t generally read a lot of biographies or non fiction, so I approached it with a bit of trepidation The book is styled in a QA format and is basically a set of questions asked by users on Quora about space that Anderson has answered It ...

  2. kb says:

    Like many others, I m fascinated by space travel I imagine what it would be like to not be in this planet at least once a day I m sure you too So bless all these astronaut and cosmonauts writing about their experiences I get to vicariously fly t...

  3. Bookbed says:

    It s A Question of Space by Clayton C Anderson has science, humor and soul, and above all, it s super easy to read Continue reading our review here.Please note We don t use ratings but for this purpose, we tag books with three sta...

  4. Ping says:

    I read an ARC of this book, but apart from some layout issues it was fine.This book is a collection of questions asked my interested users on Quora and the answers Clayton gave in these forum So it is a nice structure of question followed my answer they also tried to bundle them topic wise, although sometimes it still felt a bit astray There were also some repetitions and he really wants us to read his first book The Ordinary Spaceman , but you cannot blame him on that one It was a nice I read an ARC of this book, but apart from some layout issues it was fine.This book is a collection of questions asked my interested users on Quora and the answers Clayton gave in these forum So it is a nice structure of question followed my answer they also tried to bundle them topic wise, although sometimes it still felt a bit astray There were also some repetitions and he really wants us to read his first book The Ordinary Spaceman , but you cannot blame...

  5. Alicia Herrington says:

    Librarian Yes, I ll absolutely be recommending this book for purchase As it happens my library is currently looking forbooks on this subject, as the school recently added a space unit for our Year 5s, and between 4 classes of 26 students each we keep running out of books on the subject Plus this book covers many of the sorts of things that the students are most interested in, so I can easily see it being a favorite.Reader I could totally see myself picking up this book I ve always bee Librarian Yes, I ll absolutely be recommending this book for purchase As it happens my library is currently looking forbooks on this subject, as the school recently added a space unit for our Year 5s, and between 4 classes of 26 students each we keep running out of books on the subject Plus this book covers many of the sorts of things that the students are most interested in, so I can easily see it being a favorite.Reader I could totally see myself picking up this book I ve always been fascinated by space When I was a kid I had dozens o...

  6. Melanie says:

    This is definitely a five star read Even if you are not interested in space, it s so entertaining The author is so down to earth, he is the exact opposite of what you would expect from a highly trained, science background astronaut The style of...

  7. Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V. says:

    I was really looking forward to this book as I devour everything I can get my hands on with regards to space and space travel Clayton does offer some great insight, and answers some really interesting questions, but unfortunately this book as a whole just didn t do it for me Many of the questions he answers are done multiple times throughout the book, the question was just asked in a slightly different way So, it got a little boring to read the same things over and over again I also found it I was really looking forward to this book as I devour everything I can get my hands on with regards to space and space travel Clayton does offer some great insight, and answers some really interesting questions, but unfortunately this book as a whole just didn t do it for me Many of the questions he answers are done multiple times throughout the book, the question was just asked in a slightly different way So, it got a little boring to read the same things over and over again I also found it hard to focus as I was expecting a littledetail and information on the questions he answers Most of them are s...

  8. Cindy Lauren says:

    Very cool, his enthusiasm and love for his work comes through powerfully All the stuff you wanted to know and either weren t sure who or how to ask.Really cool insider perspective on monumental achievement of getting into space, and getting...

  9. Rachel Noel says:

    Book received via NetGalley for an honest review.If you have ever had questions, or have kids with questions, about some of theroutine tasks in space, Anderson has an answer This book covers a lot of areas from how to become an astronaut to how to keep yourself clean on the ISS A lot of the questions were things I would never think to ask, but once they were I thought oh yeah, how does that work Fortunately Anderson is really good about answering them.Admittedly, there are times when Book received via NetGalley for an honest review.If you have ever had questions, or have kids with questions, about some of theroutine tasks in space, Anderson has an answer This book covers a lot of areas from how to become an astronaut to how to keep yourself clean on the ISS A lot of the questions were things I would never think to ask, but once they were I thought oh yeah, how does that work Fortunately Anderson is really good about answering them.Admittedly, there are times when Anderson just doesn t know the answer, but he s very good about directing you to resources or people who would know Some of the answers required a lottechnical expertise than he had, so he called in his ...