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The Infinite Journey: Eyewitness Accounts of NASA and the Age of Space

by William E. Burrows

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The Infinite Journey written by Willam E. Burrows tells of the history of many NASA missions into space. It has several reports of astronauts and engineers, which is awesome because it lets the reader get a feeling of what it was like and a sense of the ergency of some of the problems or emergencies that occured. However the book has an average reading level of a 9th grader but there are so many perspectives that the book is really all over the place. Between the narative and the actual accounts of the astronauts there is a huge jump in reading level and can be some what confusing. In the sense of the quality of the book though, I would give it an B+. ( )
  stacieh | Aug 28, 2009 |
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