8 edition of **Manifold: Space** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2001**
by Ballantine Pub. Group in New York
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Written in English

- Outer space -- Exploration -- Fiction

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Space |

Statement | Stephen Baxter. |

Genre | Fiction. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 452 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 452 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23059216M |

ISBN 10 | 0345430778 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 45892451 |

This book presents an overview of the outcomes resulting from applying the dynamical systems approach to space mission design, a topic referred to as "Space Manifold Dynamics" (SMD). It is a natural follow-on to the international workshop "Novel Spaceways for Scientific and Exploration Missions," which was held in October at the Telespazio Brand: Springer New York. Manifold Space is the second book in the trilogy, but isn’t really a sequel. Instead, it is more like Stephen Baxter’s second proposed answer to the Fermi Paradox (“If ET’s are out there, why haven’t they contacted us?”). Malenfant returns, but he’s cast in a different role with a different character, and frankly gets a lot less : Hamilcar Barca.

And this is the point. The Manifold series is a discovery of alternate universes, alternate possibilities, from the context of a central but loosely constructed character Reid Malenfant. In `Time' and `Space', Malenfant's adventures were more linear and core to a saga of the universe/5(5). A manifold is a certain type of topological space, which is to say, it is a topological space with the property that each That is, if someone comes up to you and says. Look at this topological space. Is it a manifold? then in fact they have asked you a reasonable question.

Really quite stunning. I liked Manifold: Time but found it occasionally uneven and that it didn't entirely fit together. But this book was a lot better (and I recommend starting with it, there's no sense in which this is a sequel). Manifold: Space is an exploration of the Fermi Paradox -- /5(12). This book presents an overview of the outcomes resulting from applying the dynamical systems approach to space mission design, a topic referred to as "Space Manifold Dynamics" (SMD). It is a natural follow-on to the international workshop "Novel Spaceways for Scientific and Exploration Missions,".

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Manifold:Space is written as if the same characters and context of the first book had branched off on a different timeline.

So, same people, different stuff happens to them. The first part of M: Space is fairly typical Baxter: humans encounter aliens, aliens bring some good, some bad, human society changes, loner astronaut launches himself into /5(63).

Manifold: Space book Space, by Stephen Baxter, is an excellent science fiction novel that will keep you turning the pages with its mind blowing theories of the development of life. The book starts in the year with new booms in space travel beyond what we could imagine bycolonies on the moon, the human race expanding towards new heights, going /5.

Buy a cheap copy of Manifold: Space book by Stephen Baxter. The year is Fueled by an insatiable curiosity, Reid Malenfant ventures to the far edge of the solar system, where he discovers a strange artifact left behind Free shipping over $/5(5). Manifold: Time (Manifold, #1), Manifold: Space (Manifold, #2), Manifold: Origin, and Phase Space.

The Paperback of the Manifold: Space (Manifold Series #2) by Stephen Baxter at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Random House Publishing Group. This book provides examples of: Alien Sea: The Gaijin homeworld has a sea made of yellow, bubbling iron carbonyl and nickel carbonyl.; Alternate Continuity: To the other books in the Manifold series.; Apocalypse How: X-3, with all complex life in the galaxy periodically sterilized by the massive bursts of radiation from colliding neutron stars.; Arc Words: "Where is everybody?".

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Manifold: Space/5(10). Manifold: Space is an interesting concept. Taking the same characters who appear in book one (Manifold: Time) and placing them in another time-line in the same universe.

This book is about the human struggle to survive in a universe filled with other intelligent life 4/5(2). About Manifold: Space “As always, [Stephen] Baxter plays with space and time with consummate skill He continues to be one of the leading writers of hard science fiction, and one of the most thought-provoking as well.”—Science Fiction Chronicle The year is This second part of Baxter's spectacular hard-science trilogy has nothing in common with Manifold: Time () except the protagonist, astronaut ReidMalenfant, forced into retirement following the collapse of the US space program, yet still convinced that humanity must expand into space, spends his time on the speech circuit and wondering why no alien civilizations have.

Get this from a library. Manifold: space. [Stephen Baxter] -- "Fueled by an insatiable curiosity, Malenfant ventures to the far edge of the solar system, where he discovers a strange artifact left behind by an alien civilization: a gateway that functions as a. "A Del Rey book." The second volume of the author's Manifold trilogy Includes a preview of "Manifold: Origin." This thrilling sequel to "Manifold" finds Reid Malenfant, fueled by curiosity, venturing to the far edge of the solar system.

There, he discovers a strange alien artifact; a gateway allowing instantaneous travel through interstellar : Get this from a library.

Manifold: space. [Stephen Baxter] -- This thrilling sequel to "Manifold" finds Reid Malenfant, fueled by curiosity, venturing to the far edge of the solar system. There, he discovers a strange alien artifact; a gateway allowing.

In General Relativity, spacetime is a $4$-dimensional manifold with one Lorentzian metric tensor defined on it. In the Special Relativity case what manifold is spacetime is quite clear: it is essentially $\mathbb{R}^4$ endowed with the metric tensor $\eta_{\mu\nu}=\operatorname{diag}(-1,1,1,1)$.

About the Book. The year is Fueled by an insatiable curiosity, Reid Malenfant ventures to the far edge of the solar system, where he discovers a strange artifact left behind by an alien civilization: A gateway that functions as a kind of quantum transporter, allowing virtually instantaneous travel over the vast distances of interstellar : If you do not see the book you are looking for, please call or email with your request.

Thank you for shopping at Donya’s Buy the Book. Home / Shop / Books / Sci-Fi/Fantasy / Manifold Space: Baxter, Stephen. Manifold Space: Baxter, Stephen $ Good Condition Torn Dust Jacket Hardcover. In. By an n-dimensional manifold, M n, is meant a class of combinatorially equivalent, simplicial complexes covering the same space, each complex being a formal manifold, meaning that the complement of each vertex is combinatorially equivalent to A n or to A n-1, according as the vertex in question is inside M n or on A n, where A k stands for a.

Read "Manifold: Space" by Stephen Baxter available from Rakuten Kobo. “As always, [Stephen] Baxter plays with space and time with consummate skill He continues to be one of the leadin /5(12).

[Manifold: Origin is] filled with marvelous scientific speculations, strange events, novel concepts, and an awe-inspiring sense of the wonders of the universe.”—Science Fiction Chronicle In the yearastronaut Reid Malenfant is flying over the African continent, intent on examining a mysterious glowing construct in Earth’s orbit.

Manifold definition is - marked by diversity or variety. How to use manifold in a sentence. Manifold Book 1 The many universes of the Manifold: Reid Malenfant, astronaut entrepreneur, faces the future of a mankind alone in an inhospitable cosmos. HarperCollins (UK) August A manifold, M, is a topological space with a maximal atlas or a maximal smooth structure.

There are two virtually identical deﬁnitions. The standard deﬁnition is as follows: DEFINITION There is an atlas A consisting of maps xa:Ua!Rna such that (1) Ua is an open covering of M.Really quite stunning.

I liked Manifold: Time but found it occasionally uneven and that it didn't entirely fit together. But this book was a lot better (and I recommend starting with it, there's no sense in which this is a sequel).Manifold: Space is an exploration of the Fermi Paradox -- /5(8).