Haynes NASA Moon Missions Operations Manual

Dr. David Baker
Item #81639

Learn everything there is to know about the amazing moon-landing technology of America’s premier civilian space agency! This hardcover guide looks at the engineering, technology, operation, and more that allowed for increasingly advanced NASA lunar landings in extensive detail that’s broken down into an easy-to-read format. 
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Originally published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing by Apollo 11. While the original Apollo 11 mission is a great tale, this book dives deeper than other guides with an in-depth look at all of NASA’s lunar missions! An overview of the innovations, technology, political pressure, and more behind the Moon landings that are a testament to the bold vision NASA has maintained since first launching in 1958.

All this information is formatted as an operations manual in an instructional manner so convincing you might just think you’ve been on an Apollo Moon mission yourself, yet digestible enough for any layperson to understand.

Author Dr. David Baker worked with NASA on three different programs over the course of 25 years and has written over 100 books on space flight. This expertise and inside knowledge paired with countless photographs, diagrams, illustrations, and more result in an outstandingly thorough guide.

Space enthusiasts, NASA fans, and anyone who loves to learn will appreciate this Haynes operations manual that highlights the advancements of the legendary agency that has pioneered Moon exploration for over 50 years.

Author: Dr. David Baker
Size: 8.5x11
Pages: 220
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