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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2004

    Space history at its best!

    In Genesis: The Story of Apollo 8: The First Manned Flight to Another World by Robert Zimmerman, the reader comes to understand the comprehensive and far ranging significance, importance, value, and necessity of space exploration, development, and travel. Space is many things to many people, ranging from a government program, to excitement and adventure, to scientific exploration, to business opportunities and more. In Genesis, Zimmerman shows us how Apollo 8 paved the way for all humanity to learn from its history and begin the process of moving off Earth. The author accurately reports on the significance of the timing and the Cold War influences of Apollo 8 . While most space history books reporting on Apollo 8 do so factually and accurately, Zimmerman goes much deeper. He correctly identifies Apollo 8's broad ranging impact on our space program, society, and our nation's history. Zimmerman properly reports on the historical nature of the flight and the Christmas reading/message of the Apollo 8 crew . Zimmerman also recognizes the power represented by the actions of the Apollo crew that Christmas eve in 1968. That subtle power has contributed to our humanity, national space program, and our movement towards becoming a space-faring society. While some may be uncomfortable with Zimmerman's multi-dimensional and historical assessment of Apollo 8, I find his approach to this unique historical event in all history to be compelling! Reading Genesis has certainly enabled me to connect our place in space with our worldliness and spirituality. I see no reason to separate this historical event from these personal relationships and our future. This is an excellent book which I strongly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2003

    The history of the time of Apollo 13

    This book help me learn more about what the times where like at the time of Apollo's launch, and how the complicated the world was at the time. It also gave me a closer look at my choosen future profession, being an astronuat and how those three man were cramed into a small capsule for almost five months. This book was a little confuseing at times, but mainly it gave great insights of the three men.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2000

    good but not great!

    this is a good story but not great! I am very interested in this type of storyline. It was amazing.

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