This is a very well done book with plenty of nice colors pictures and diagrams.
I found it quite enjoyable to page through it, and if I was going to give a someone a first book to read about the Apollo program, it would probably be this one.
I think this is *THE* book to have if you want the history and technology of the Apollo Space Program.
Great book to do research on regarding the plane. There is a lot of pictures and diagrams that help you understand the plane better. Great for model builders.Published 6 months ago by Dalane M. Turner
I learned a lot about the Apollo program from this book. I grew up during the years this project was going on. So this was fascinating to read.Published 8 months ago by Frank Blourtango
This book has it all. It describes in detail all the work that went into the space program of that day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Culver
Of all the space titles in Haynes' "workshop manual" series, this one is by far the weakest. The pictures are nice, and there's a number of superbly detailed technical diagrams,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daryl Carpenter
So, I kept this on my desk when I worked in an open office with lots of visitors asking for support. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dave Hinz
The Apollo missions were so captivating and this manual give some insight into what went into going to the moonPublished 12 months ago by Rene E Votteler
Was looking for a historical book on the Apollo program with as many photos as possible, This fit the bill. Read morePublished 14 months ago by mlb
Of the 7-10 books on the space program I've read over the years think this is one of the best overall text + illustration overviews of the Apollo program. Read morePublished 15 months ago by cfcubed
They discuss that it would be impossible to cover all the possibilities of the details needed for this project given that the Saturn C5 rocket alone has over 5 million parts much... Read morePublished 18 months ago by AJ