Book Review: Moon Rush: The New Space Race by Leonard David
5 Stars , Latest Posts , Non-Fiction / June 3, 2019

About: Moon Rush: The New Space Race by Leonard David talks about the history of man getting to the moon and suggests a path forward to the satellite which we, for all intents and purposes, abandoned. Mr. David is a space & science journalist with a long and distinguished career behind him and the 2010 winner of the prestigious National Space Club Press Award.  224 pages Publisher: National Geographic Language: English ISBN-10: 1426220057 My rating for Moon Rush: The New Space Race – 5 Buy Moon Rush: The New Space Race from* More Books by Leonard David* Thoughts: I’ve read several books about the race to the moon and the moon landing, the subject fascinates me and I still get excited watch the 1969 video of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landing the Eagle. While I’m not as knowledgeable as many other enthusiasts, I certainly do enjoy the subject and a big supporter of the space program in general. Moon Rush: The New Space Race by Leonard David is a bit different than other books about the space program which I read (First Man and Magnificent Desolation among them, the latter signed by the man himself), as it makes a case to for the…

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