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|Doctor Who Discovers: Space Travel|
|Publisher:||[[publisher::Target Books, W. H. Allen & Co. Ltd , UK]]|
|Release date:||17 November 1977|
|Format:||stapled large format paperback|
Publisher's summary Edit
On a chance visit to Earth Dr. Who discovers, much to his surprise, that the space-age has begun. In Dr Who Discovers Space Travel the Doctor traces the exciting story of the first astronauts, from Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, to the historic Moon landings.
And of course, there's a look at the future, too, as the Tardis hops into the 21st Century. Watch out for more titles in this series of illustrated Dr. Who books.
Subject matter Edit
- The Doctor and the TARDIS take the reader on a voyage of discovery.
Notable features Edit
- Each title included a pull-out stapled poster featuring the cover artwork by Jeff Cummins.
- Contents (Fully illustrated articles on each topic)
- In the Beginning
- Apollo Mission
- Viking on Mars
- The Future
- This is the third book in the Doctor Who Discovers series.