Praise for the hardcover edition:
"Extremely practical and enjoyable."
-- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"[Will be] devoured by history or space enthusiasts from eight to eighty."
"The foreword grabbed me, and by the prologue I was hooked."
-- The Science Teacher
NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center set the stage for the American adventure into space and went on to host a succession of rocket launches that have helped to form our understanding of the nature of the universe.
The Kennedy Space Center is a major tourist attraction in Florida, but most of its doors remain locked to the public. This abundantly illustrated book is an insider's history of the heart of America's space program, including detailed information on:
Kennedy Space Center is clearly written, meticulously researched and packed with more than 150 spectacular images -- the one and only complete history of this important site.
David West Reynolds is the author of 10 books, and combined they have sold over two million copies in nine languages. He has a PhD from the University of Michigan and is an expert in space exploration and its history. He has made numerous television appearances and his writings, diagrams, illustrations and photographs have appeared in scientific journals, books, magazines and other publications, including National Geographic's best-selling Epic Rivalry: The Inside Story of the Soviet and American Space Race.