Two leading scholars of space exploration -- both as historians and critics -- inquire into the human fascination with manned adventures, raise new questions that support the near-term use of robotics, and offer a case for qhuman cyborgsq in a qpost-biological universe.qRobot stories had begun to appear. Gnome Press published Isaac Asimova#39;s famous collection I, Robot in 1950, two years prior to the initiation of the Colliera#39;s magazine series. The book contained a set of science fiction stories that Asimov hadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Robots in Space|
|Author||:||Roger D. Launius, Howard E. McCurdy|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2008-01-07|