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Old February 9th 05, 04:21 PM
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Default Pathways to the Planets

I recently came across a book called Pathways to the Planets by a man
named John Strand who lives in Midland, TX. He apparently used to work
for JPL. Does anyone know anything about this book. Is it any good?

His website is http://www.pathwaystotheplanets.com/

Ed Flaspoeher

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