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Apollo: The extraordinary visual history of the iconic space programme

Zack Scott

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Graphic design, Prose: non-fiction, Popular science, Space science

Explore the iconic Apollo space missions and moon landings through these stunning infographics and data visualisations. If you like space, this book is for you.

The Apollo Program ran from 1961 until 1972, and marks one of the greatest accomplishments in all of human endeavour - man walking on the moon. On 20th July 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin achieved this most remarkable feat, becoming the first humans to visit another celestial body.

APOLLO is an extraordinary visual history of the story of this iconic space programme, based on recently released NASA data about the various missions of that name. Using beautifully designed infographics, APOLLO takes us through all the astonishing facts and figures, as well as some quirky little-known details, and gives us a detailed and elegant history of the seventeen missions which saw twelve humans step on the surface of the moon. APOLLO gives us an insight in to the incredible individuals who made that journey.

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  • Irresistible visual comparisons [and] extremely browseable eye candy, adeptly conveying the kind of insight that is hard to get over in words - BBC Sky at Night

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Zack Scott

ZACK SCOTT joined the Royal Air Force at the age of twenty, where he worked as an aircraft technician for several years. He then returned to civilian life to work on high-speed trains, before pursuing his lifelong passion for design. Zack achieved his degree in graphic design in 2013 and has since been working in-house for a couple of companies, while using his free time to work on writing his books, 2017's Apollo and 2018's Scrapers.

Zack has a keen interest in the sciences and loves to create graphics that make complex ideas easy to digest.

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