We love to listen to Mr. Tyson speak so can't wait to read the book.
That aside, if you want to rekindle your love for space exploration and discovery by all means read this highly recommended book!
Sometimes the book can be repetitive in making some of these observations, but never-the-less they are important points.
Really enjoyed such an in depth review of nasa's history, along with the Russian cosmonaut program. I hope our future listen listens to people like Dr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jesse Norris
This book is quite dense with information, but it is very thought provoking and really makes you realize what importance NASA and the US Space program has to the entire country.Published 2 months ago by rajon9rondo9
I like Neil very much, and have read a lot of his writings and seen most of his videos in youtube and so. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alvaro Magalhães Moraes
Nothing new here, I had heard him say all of this on shows and speaches. Very repetative after a short while. The contents in themselves are good, though. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alf Bretteville-Jensen
A series of essays combined into one book, he is the head of the Hayden planetarium in New York City, part of the Museum of Natural History. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Les Ungerleider