This is the personalized book of New York Time articles that focus on space throughout the years.
Not available for shipment to P.O. boxes, APO address or outside the contiguous US.
This is the personalized book of New York Time articles that focus on space throughout the years. Procured from the archives of The Times, each book presents momentous highlights that span the beginnings of the “Space Race” from the first satelllite, the Soviet's Sputnik, to President Kennedy, who vowed to make the U.S. the first country to land a man on the moon. It covers both the tragedies and triumphs of the U.S. space program, from the bitter loss of the Apollo 1 and the Challenger disaster as well the overwhelming nationalism that resulted from the U.S. landing the first man on the moon. It also covers Sally Ride, the first woman in space, the Space Shuttle program and potential commercial space travel. The bound book displays the recipient’s name and “The New York Times History of Space” stamped in gold on the blue leatherette cover. Specify the recipient’s name (up to 24 characters). Each book contains approximately 80 pages printed in black and white on off-white paper. Hardcover. 15”L x 1 1/2”W x 1/2”D. (4 lbs.)