Kennedy Space Center: Gateway to Space David West Reynolds

ISBN: 9781554076437

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248 pages


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Kennedy Space Center: Gateway to Space  by  David West Reynolds

Kennedy Space Center: Gateway to Space by David West Reynolds
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Praise for the hardcover edition:Extremely practical and enjoyable. -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)[Will be] devoured by history or space enthusiasts from eight to eighty. -- VOYAThe foreword grabbed me, and by the prologue I was hooked.MorePraise for the hardcover edition:Extremely practical and enjoyable. -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)[Will be] devoured by history or space enthusiasts from eight to eighty.

-- VOYAThe foreword grabbed me, and by the prologue I was hooked. -- The Science TeacherNASAs John F. Kennedy Space Center set the stage for the American adventure into space and went on to host a succession of rocket launches that have helped to form our understanding of the nature of the universe.The Kennedy Space Center is a major tourist attraction in Florida, but most of its doors remain locked to the public.

This abundantly illustrated book is an insiders history of the heart of Americas space program, including detailed information on: The earliest development of rockets in the United States and Germany The development of rockets and their launch facilities The missile race and the U.S.-Soviet rivalry to be first in space The great Apollo program and the race to the moon The shuttle program, the Space Station and the Hubble Telescope The future of space explorationKennedy Space Center is clearly written, meticulously researched and packed with more than 150 spectacular images -- the one and only complete history of this important site.



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