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The Final Journey of the Saturn V. by Andrew…
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The Final Journey of the Saturn V.

by Andrew R. Thomas

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If you grew up in the 60s and were nuts about the astronauts and all things space, this book is for you. It traces the history of the Saturn V rocket. At the same time, it tells the story of refurbishing one for the Cape Canveral display.

For those who grew up during that time, this is the ultimate. The book is well-written. It will definitely appeal to space nuts. ( )
  dougbq | Dec 9, 2012 |
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