Reaching for the Stars: The Story of Astronaut Training and the Lunar Landing

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Praeger, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 193 pages
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"Reaching for the Stars" has fully captured, within the framework of one of America's greatest scientific achievements, the sucesses and failures of the space program. This fascinating book is the definitive account of the development and management of the astronaut training program, via a review of the significant written material and also through interviews with those who were major contributors to the program--including the astronauts themselves.

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About the author (1987)

STANLEY H. GOLDSTEIN has had 30 years of experience in the personnel field, 18 of which as Training Director for the Johnson Space Center.

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