Lisa Browar, president of the Linda Hall Library, looked on as Chris Hadfield (center), commander of the International Space Station, viewed rare books written by Newton, Galileo and Cellarius with Bruce Bradley, librarian for history of science, during a visit to the library Tuesday. Hadfield was in town for a book signing and reception at the library.
Lisa Browar, president of the Linda Hall Library, looked on as Chris Hadfield (center), commander of the International Space Station, viewed rare books written by Newton, Galileo and Cellarius with Bruce Bradley, librarian for history of science, during a visit to the library Tuesday. Hadfield was in town for a book signing and reception at the library. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Lisa Browar, president of the Linda Hall Library, looked on as Chris Hadfield (center), commander of the International Space Station, viewed rare books written by Newton, Galileo and Cellarius with Bruce Bradley, librarian for history of science, during a visit to the library Tuesday. Hadfield was in town for a book signing and reception at the library. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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