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For most of my childhood I wanted to be an astronaut. I only abandoned the idea when I eventually realised that I wasn't even American.
Reading Dan Parry's book may not have compensated entirely for my Earthbound career choice but it did at least bring me one step closer to understanding what life as an astronaut would have been like. Mr Parry's account of the Apollo programme is so throughly researched, so crammed with insider testimony and interesting detail, that you'll be convinced that he must have stowed away aboard the Eagle in '69.
This book revells in the details of the mission (I can now diagnose a 1201 alarm code, which will come in very handy next time I'm… Read more