Space Exploration: A History from the Pages of The New York Times

The Grey Lady's take on man's greatest achievement.
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From one of the most respected names in journalism comes a book of history. Each page features articles ripped straight from the New York Times, more than 85 reprinted pages of them. The book focuses on the history of space travel, retracing all the key moments in charting the final frontier. Historic moments include the launching of Sputnik, John Glenn's first Earth orbit, and of course, man's first step on our moon. Starting during a time of disbelief in the ability to space travel, the books are an incredible insight into the reporting of man's reach for the stars.

  • (L)15" x (W)12.5"
  • Leatherette cover with premium stock paper
  • Care: Dust gently with a dry cloth
  • 90 pages
  • Features articles from 1957 to 2017
  • Made in the USA
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