European-Russian Space Cooperation: From de Gaulle to Exomars (Paperback)
About the Author
Brian Harvey has been a writer and broadcaster on spaceflight since the early 1970s. His articles have appeared in Spaceflight, Quest, Orbit, Astronomy & Space, Astronomy Now, Space Quarterly, Go Taikonauts! and ROOM. He has contributed to radio programs on RTE, BBC (Radio 4, Radio 5, World Service), Voice of America, Future tense (Australia) and to television and film programs for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, China Television, Discovery Channel and Danish TV. His first book was a history of the Soviet space program (Ellis Horwood, 1988), with three subsequent editions; followed by histories of Soviet lunar exploration, Soviet planetary exploration and Russian space science; as well as histories of the European, Japanese and Indian space programs and the American Explorer satellites (all published by Praxis, later Praxis/Springer). His history of the Chinese space program has been published in four editions, most recently as China in space - the great leap forward (2019). He contributed chapters to Space Sleuths (Praxis, 2012) and a book on Yuri Galperin, published by the Academy of Sciences in Moscow (2012).