Apollo, the race to the moon
Here, for the first time, is the dramatic story of the Apollo space program. Murray and Cox recount how, in fewer than ten years, the men and women behind the scenes accomplished the extraordinary feat of landing a man on the moon--and changed the way we look at our world!
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