[Reaching for the Moon] E–pub Ñ Roger D. Launius


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Fifty years after the Moon landing a new history of the space race explores the lives of both Soviet and American engineers At the a new history of the space race explores the lives of both Soviet and American engineers At the the space age technological breakthroughs in Earth orbit light were both breathtaking Kingdom Children feats of space age technological breakthroughs in Earth orbitlight were both breathtaking eats of and disturbances to a delicate global balance of power In this short book aerospace historian Roger D Launius conc.

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Ures Launius places American and Soviet programs on eual ooting ollowing American aerospace engineers Wernher von Braun and Robert Gilruth their Soviet counterparts Sergei eual ooting ollowing American aerospace engineers Wernher von Braun and Robert Gilruth their Soviet counterparts Sergei and Valentin Glushko and astronaut Buzz Aldrin and cosmonaut Alexei Leonov to highlight key actions That Led To Various Successes Failures And Ultimately The American And Ultimately The American to various successes ailures and ultimately the American landi. Isely and engagingly explores the "driving orce of this era the race to "force of this era the race to Moon Beginning with the launch of Sputnik 1 in October 1957 and closing with the end of the Apollo program in 1972 Launius examines how early space exploration blurred the closing with the end of the Apollo program in Launius examines how early space exploration blurred the lines military and civilian activities and how key actions led to space irsts as well as crushing ail. Reaching or the Moon