A fictional mission to the moon and back is recounted. Descriptive language shares details about astronaut food, zero gravity, the spectacle of looking at earth from space, and more ascommunications to mission control zare made. As our rocket gets closer to the moon, difficulties in the landing process are shared. Will our heros make it?
Share in the tense moments of the moon landing. A dust cloud is stirred up, blocking out the view from the landing craft. Step out in your space suit to enjoy the thrill of the first steps of men on the moon. Help in collecting dust samples, and taking temperature readings.
All it can take is one small miscalculation to ruin the mission. A tiny snag in a space suit sends the crew into a panic. One fear in the space program in those days was the possibility of an unknown germ or microbe, in the sttyle of that in ‘War of the Worlds’ that could infect and kill humans. Have our astronauts just encountered such a virus? How will the return trip to earth go… or will it?