NASA Mission AS-506 Apollo 11 Owners’ Workshop Manual

Apr 2, 2019

Category: Entertainment

On July 20th, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history as the first people to walk on the surface of the Moon. Of course, they couldn’t have done it without everyone at NASA and a very long list of specially-designed technology. Now’s your chance to get an in-depth look at the story of the lunar landing and everything that made it possible in the Mission AS-506 Apollo 11 Owners’ Workshop Manual.

Across 216 pages, this in-depth book illustrates everything there is to know about the now-legendary Apollo 11 mission. That includes every detail from the evolution and design of the Saturn V rocket, to the intricacies of the spaceship’s trio of modules, to the space suits worn by the crew, and so much more. It also outlines all the procedures followed by the crew from the moment they boarded the capsule straight on through their re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere. This unparalleled look into NASA’s most famous manned mission is on presale now for $35 and releases on June 25th.

Purchase: $35

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