1 set of stapled pages, Planetary and Space Science, Pergamon, 2001, pp. 511-522. With a handwritten card.
Commentaire : Nice copy for this off-print with a handwritten accompanying cardboard sent to Dr. Jacques Lacroix. J.-L. Steinberg was a founding father of radioastronmy in France. His friend, J. Lacroix, had prepared a Ph.D (Univ. of Paris) under his leadership, in the early 60s. They worked together on experiences in the field of radioastronomy that were performed in the year 1964-1966 with 'Rubis' rockets. These rockets, which were the fist 100% French expandable launch system, were launched from French-owned Hammaguir launch site, in Western Sahara. In the accompanying card, J.-L. Steinberg briefly explained that this publication was a summary of his career as a scientist. This text is an impressive and very interesting overview on his own life, by a man who was a survivor of nazis camps (most of his family was murdered in Auschwitz or on the way to Dora).