Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon, 1963 - 1972 by David West Reynolds, Gene Cernan, Wally Schirra
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0760344523 | 272 Pages | PDF | 89.0 MB
Featuring a wealth of rare photographs, artwork, and cutaway illustrations, Apollo recaptures the excitement of the USAâ€™s journey to the moon. From the adventurous astronauts to the scientists and engineers who designed and built the state - of - the - art spacecraft, Reynolds covers every aspect of this epic voyage. Through concise description, he introduces the uninitiated to this thrilling episode in U.S. history while also providing engaging details for the space aficionado. All of the key events and personalities are presented, creating a clear picture of how we got to the moon and what happened along the way. The detailed and meticulously labeled diagrams and maps give the reader an in - depth understanding of the technology that carried the astronauts to the moon and what they accomplished while they were there. In addition, the book includes a foreword by Wally Schirra, the only astronaut to fly in all three of the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs, and an afterword by Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon. Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon, 1963 - 1972 is truly the most comprehensive account of the Apollo program ever written.
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