In Apollo – An Eyewitness Account, hundreds of thousands of miles from Earth, a few brave men have risked their lives attempting the stuff of fantasies — to fly to the moon and walk on its surface. Alan Bean’s new work, Apollo, is part of adventure-thriller, part documentary, part autobiography and part fine art book. With the historic flight of Senator John Glenn and the success of the Emmy-winning “From the Earth to the Moon,” we are once again fascinated with these remarkable lunar missions — missions that challenged the inherent dangers of space travel.
As seen in USA Today, The New Yorker, Parade Magazine, Good Morning America.
“Alan Bean re-creates the drama and excitement of man’s exploration of the moon.” — Neil Armstrong
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