Buzz Aldrin: The Pilot of the First Moon Landing

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
As an average student, it was Buzz Aldrin's competitive spirit and a dream to fly that took him all the way through West Point, flight school, a Ph.D. program at MIT, and--eventually--all the way to the Moon. Though full of triumphs, he also saw his share of challenges, including alcoholism and depression. Told in vivid detail and accompanied by stunning NASA photographs, this book shows Aldrin as a man who triumphed over adversity to achieve his dream.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION A Lone Ranger
9
From Combat Pilot
20
Astronaut in Training
31
Walking in Space
49
Men on the Moon
67
CONCLUSION Stargazing
101
FOR FURTHER READING
111
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