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Barnstorming the moon [article] : photographs by the astronauts of Apollo 10 show the lunar surface as man has never seen it.

Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Amsterdam, Netherlands : Time-Life International, c1969Subject(s): Project Apollo (U.S.) | Apollo 10 (Spacecraft) | Space flight to the moon | Manned space flight In: Life, - Vol.46, no.12 (June 23), pages [22-33]
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F 92 ZAM CAPRONI Francesco Zambeccari, aeronauta (Bologna 1752-1812) / F 92:612 STIRLING Some apostles of physiology : F629.788 LIFE Apollo's great leap for the moon F629.788 LIFE Barnstorming the moon FL 629.735:623.74:93 SAUNDBY Flying colours / SM HISTORY COLLECTION 92 GREENAWAY Chymica acta :

Title taken from the magazine index page.

The actual article title within this issue is: From the landing site : Snoopy sends the word : 'a chuckhole right in the middle of U.S. 1'

Michael Mok is the author of the article on page 32 titled: In Paris a successful link-up of spacemen : fueled by vodka.

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