The NASA Archives: 60 Years In Space

Nov 5, 2018

Category: Entertainment

NASA has given us an intricate understanding of the spectacular cosmos and allowed us to see our home’s delicate place within its endless sea of stars. Throughout six decades of existence, NASA’s many historic events have been documented visually and now you can feast on the momentous photos in The NASA Archives: 60 Years In Space by Piers Bizony.

In collaboration with NASA, the space travel book contains more than 400 historic photographs and rare concept renderings that have been remastered and reproduced to beautiful perfection. These archives also include text by science and technology journalist Piers Bizony, former NASA chief historian Roger Launius, and best-selling Apollo historian Andrew Chaikin. The book also contains an extensive mission checklist showcasing the pivotal human and robotic missions. More than a coffee table display, this book is an insightful meditation on space exploration and our place in the stars. You can pre-order this magnificent 468-page book now.

Purchase: $143

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