Finely detailed, ready-to-color illustrations, showing both the real and the fanciful sides of lunar lore, depict a map of the moon, American Apollo astronauts, the heroes of H. G. Wells's "First Men in the Moon" accosted by cave-dwelling lunar inhabitants, Galileo and his drawings, and much more. 44... read more
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Finely detailed, ready-to-color illustrations, showing both the real and the fanciful sides of lunar lore, depict a map of the moon, American Apollo astronauts, the heroes of H. G. Wells's "First Men in the Moon" accosted by cave-dwelling lunar inhabitants, Galileo and his drawings, and much more. 44 black-and-white drawings.
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