Space Race: The Mission, the Men, the Moon
In July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the Moon, marking an incredible achievement that took many years to complete. This compelling book chronicles the race to the Moon between the United States and the Soviet Union, including the creation of NASA, the first astronauts, and the monumental Apollo 11 mission.
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The Dream of Visiting the Moon
2 The Weapon That Became a Spacecraft
3 America Begins Its Space Program
Solving the Problems of a Moon Landing
5 The Moon Race Begins
6 Checking Out the Moon
7 The First Man on the Moon
8 Earthlings on the Moon
9 The Dream That Came True
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