Moon shot: the inside story of America's race to the moon

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Turner Pub., 1994 - History - 383 pages
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The never-before-told story of the courage, dedication, and teamwork that made the journey to the moon possible--an intense human drama of the sacrifices and risks asked of a remarkable group of astronauts. Shepard and Slayton, part of the pioneering space program from the beginning, tell this fascinating inside story. 32 pages of photos.

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Moon shot the inside story of America's race to the moon

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Shepard and the late Slayton, two of the original Mercury astronauts, here team up with two veteran space reporters to produce a firsthand account of the space program's early days. The narrative is ... Read full review

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<3 astronomy and the space program, and I've been told this is the book to read. It's on my shelf, not read yet. Read full review


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