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2 edition of Footprints on the moon found in the catalog.

Footprints on the moon

Maureen Hunter

Footprints on the moon

a drama

by Maureen Hunter

  • 134 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Blizzard Pub. in Winnipeg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Maureen Hunter.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS8565 U5814 F66 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p. ;
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14748025M

  Mulford adds: “Incidentally, if the Moon walks actually were a hoax carried out in an earthly landscape that looked like the Moon, it would have been done in a dry desert and we wouldn’t see footprints in the photos.” In other words, the author of that book provided evidence against himself rather than proving the moon landing was a hoax!   This memory-piece will resonate more with adults of a certain age than with children, but it is a pleasant enough interlude regardless. A grown narrator describes a little boy who years ago “had the solar system on his wall.” Heightened, emotive language describes his particular fascination with the moon, “a small and bald and ordinary / globe of rock / that looped-the-loop / its way.

The Moon and the heavens have intrigued mankind since ancient times. FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON chronicles the spirit and determination of visionaries from Galileo to John F. Kennedy, whose dream of reaching the Moon was finally and superbly realized through the efforts of the Apollo s: Get this from a library! Footprints on the moon. [Mark Haddon; Christian Birmingham] -- A man remembers his boyhood fascination with the moon and the night mankind first bounced through the dust in the Sea of Tranquillity.

  In this picture book, the author describes his childhood dreaming and studying about the moon, and then he shares memories of the day he watched people walk on the moon. It ends with his own daydream that he was there too, leaving his own child-sized footprints. On J , Neil Armstrong put his left foot on the rocky Moon. It was the first human footprint on the Moon. They had taken TV cameras with them. So, people all over the world watched when it happened. More people watched this Moon landing than any other show on TV. #N#Image above: The first footprints on the Moon will be there for a.


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Also filled with many color and B& W photos of the rockets, astronauts, politicians, NASA, earth, oceans, the moon, man's land and walk on the moon, return to earth, by: 1.

Footprints is a series of interviews condicted with all 12 astronauts who actually set foot on the moon between 16 and roughly 18 years after their historic moon missions. The book deals with a variety of subjects the main three being what it was like, what feelings the astronauts had during their historic missions to the moon/5(6).

NASA said that “the first footprints on the Moon will be there for a million years. There is no wind to blow them away.” The next question we need to address is why the overshoes arent at the museum like the rest of Armstrong’s gear. You see, the Apollo 11 crew left behind about items on the Moon as a weight saving measure.

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It's the same fascination that anyone living through this time felt as they watched those men walk on 4/5. The Moon and the heavens have intrigued mankind since ancient times.

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The band's song was “Hammer and Whip: The Untold Story of Thor vs. Indiana Jones”, about the Norse God and whip-carrying archaeologist. Readers will be exposed to figurative language, rhyming, and countless facts about space as they read these imaginative, inventive, original poems.

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