All We Did Was Fly to the Moon (History-alive series)

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  • Title: All We Did Was Fly to the Moon (History-alive series)
  • Author: Dick Lattimer
  • ISBN: 9780961122805
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Excellent book that gives you a nice history of America s moon program A helpful touch was the addition of headline pages from various newspapers you could put each featured space event into its context with other news of the time The book is dedicated to the crew of the ill fated Challenger the group photo is present Excerpts are included from John Kennedy s speech urging the nation to get to the moon before the end of the decade The patches designed for each mission are featured Very good phot [...]


    2. A small but informative book, I originally purchased it at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida It chronicles America s manned space missions beginning with Alan Shepard s sub orbital flight in 1961 and concluding with the Apollo Soyuz Test Project in 1975 The author provides technical information as well as anecdotes related to each mission.


    3. Well illustrated, particularly mission patches Lots of information, not only on astronauts but also supporting people and organisations.


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