Lunar Rover Manual: An Insight into the Technology, History, Development and Role of NASA's Unique Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle (Owners Workshop Manual) Hardcover – 1 Nov 2012
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The three co-authors are a truly expert team. Dr Christopher Riley, a former planetary scientist, is a historian of human space flight and director of over 100 TV programmes on his subject. W. David Woods has studied the engineering behind the Apollo programme for nearly 20 years, and edits and curates NASA's Apollo Flight Journal (AFJ). Phillip Dolling is a multi-award winning Executive Producer at the BBC, responsible for many of the corporation's flagship factual strands. Riley and Dolling were co-authors of Haynes' best-selling Apollo 11 Manual.
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Starts with a nice history of lunar rover design previous to the apollo programme, which makes clear just how much work had already been done before the rover as we know it was created in a super short period of time.
Written in a clear style - even the technical parts are well written - along with some lovely photos and NASA handbook pages. This is an excellent book that in some ways is hidden by the Haynes branding (which has gotten a bit silly sometimes with subject matter). fab
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Tells the story of the development world's greatest super-buggy and how it was used on the moon by Apollo astronauts to enhance the research.Published on 25 May 2013 by Moon Watcher