A Man On The Moon: The Voyages Of The Apollo Astronauts

Author: Andrew Chaikin

Chaikin is the only person to interview all 12 moonwalkers and get their personal feelings about everything from astronaut & crew selection, training, peer relations and best of all; orbiting and walking the moon. This is not a technical or scientific history, but an account of how the astronauts FELT about their entire Apollo experiences. You can easily “walk in their sho….Read More

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