In Their Own Words: Conversations With the Astronauts and Men Who Led America's Journey into Space and to the Moon by Scott Sacknoff

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In Their Own Words: Conversations With the Astronauts and Men Who Led America's Journey into Space and to the Moon
Title:
In Their Own Words: Conversations With the Astronauts and Men Who Led America's Journey into Space and to the Moon
Author:
Scott Sacknoff
ISBN:
1887022112
ISBN13:
978-1887022118
Size PDF:
1864 kb
Size epub:
1746 kb
Publisher:
Space Pubns (April 2003)
Language:
English
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Rating:
4.9
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520

Originally published in the journal Quest: the history of spaceflight , these 12 interviews with both astronauts and the men behind the scenes describe the early days of the space program and the moon landings of the 1960s. Robert Goddard recounts a test flight of one of his rockets, Jim Lovell reflects on the historic Apollo 13 mission, and Gen. Bernard Schriever explains the military's early role in space. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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