Visitor’s Guide To The Moon

264 pages, with colour images.

July 2024.

$32.95 (+ $7 postage, Australia-wide)

The Authors - Greg Appel is an Australian documentary maker and writer. Eddy Jokovich is an Australian political journalist and podcaster.

Fasten your seatbelts, put your chair in an upright position, take your G-force medication and prepare to be entertained. Visitor’s Guide to the Moon is a comprehensive handbook that invites you to explore the mysteries and marvels of the moon. From the historical feats of the Apollo missions to the cutting-edge plans for future lunar exploration, this guide covers it all. Leap into the crucial moments of space travel, the intrigue of moon myths, and the practicalities of setting up a moon base. Half a century ago, living on the moon seemed just around the corner… but…

“Anything written about the moon at the beginning of the 1970s will probably look silly in the 1980s and hilarious in the 1990s particularly to the increasingly numerous inhabitants of our first extra-terrestrial colony.” – ARTHUR C. CLARKE

What happened to our moon age day dreams? Whether you’re a science enthusiast, an amateur historian, or a future traveler, this guide offers everything you need to know about our moon. Learn about the moon’s formation, its impact on Earth’s tides, and its role in human culture, music, cinema and mythology. Packed with detailed sections on the economics of lunar travel, the logistics of living on the moon, and even how to own a piece of it, this book is your ultimate companion for a future trip to the moon or a space dive into its past.

Prepare to be captivated by the moon’s allure, armed with insights and facts that will illuminate your understanding of our close cosmic companion – and filled with glorious colour pictures. Visitor’s Guide to the Moon is not just a manual; it’s a gateway to experiencing the moon in all its glory. It’s also a lot of fun. Enjoy!

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