Book recommendations: space exploration history

evilfer

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Hello,

I haven't been to this forum in a long while... (part of the reason is I'm a Linux-only-user now :().

I'd like to ask for recommendations about space explication history books. I want to share it with a 3yo, who can't have enough shuttle launch clips. So I'm after something with a focus on displaying good photographs, and a bit of technical stuff (e.g. rocket specs, cross section diagrams of engines...).

Thank you,
Eloy
 

AstroBeatle

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Space exploration history? Read "Breaking the Chains of Gravity" by Amy Shira Teitel. It tells of NASA's origin starting with the Germans.

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Subscribe to her youtube channel as well. That girl is a wealth of esoteric minutia regarding the early days of spaceflight.
 
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