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Suddenly, Tomorrow Came: The NASA History of the Johnson Space Center

Suddenly, Tomorrow Came: The NASA History of the Johnson Space Center

By: Henry C. Dethloff, Paul Dickson

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As the astronauts' home base and the site of Mission Control, the Johnson Space Center has witnessed some of the most triumphant moments in American history. Spanning initiatives from the 1960s to 1993, this illustrated volume traces the center's history, starting with its origins at the beginning of the space race in the late 1950s. Thrilling, authoritative accounts explain the development and achievements of the early space voyages; the lunar landing; the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs; and the space shuttles and international space station.
As astronaut Donald K. Slayton notes in his Foreword, this chronicle emphasizes the cooperation of "humans on space and on the ground. It realistically balances the role of the highly visible astronaut with the mammoth supporting team." An official NASA publication, Suddenly, Tomorrow Came is profusely illustrated with forty-four figures and tables, plus sixty-three photographs. Historian Paul Dickson brings the narrative up to date with an informative new Introduction.

Reprint of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1993 edition.
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 to 48 hours
ISBN 100486477568
ISBN 139780486477565
Author/EditorHenry C. Dethloff, Paul Dickson
FormatBook
Page Count432
Dimensions6 3/4 x 9 1/4

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