Since Apollo 11’s first ground-breaking moon landing in 1969, the world has been engrossed in space exploration and infinitely curious about how we got there and what might be next. What enables us to break free from Earth’s gravitational well? What does it take to become an astronaut and survive in space? Landing on the Moon explores the fascinating events that led up to the moon landing, both scientific and political, and how it has paved the way for many missions since.
Hardback, 192 pages, 20000 words, 150 illustrations