- Dragonfly by Bryan Burrough
- The Last Man on the Moon by Gene Cernan with Don Davis
- For Spacious Skies by Scott Carpenter and Kris Stoever
- Men From Earth by Buzz Aldrin and Malcolm McConnell
- Lost Moon by Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger
- Moon Shot by Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton
- Carrying the Fire by Michael Collins
- Mission to Mars by Michael Collins
- The Race by James Schefter
- Man’s Conquest of Space by William R. Shelton
- The Amazing Universe by Herbert Friedman
- Race to Mars by Frank Miles and Nicholas Booth
- Project Orion by George Dyson
So far, from my perspective at any rate, there isn't much in the way of odd titles that make one stop and go, "Huh." Just your standard-issues space science-heavy title parade of astronautics and planetary sciences. I suppose this one should be known as the "Astronaut Shelf." Lots of interesting books, though. Oh yes.
In part one of this exercise, I mentioned that several books of mine were perplexingly missing, and that I suspected another box lay hidden in the garage somewhere. Those suspicions were correct. Said box has been found, containing all the wayward tomes... except for Shadows Bite by Stephen Dedman. That’s the only one that remains unaccounted for. Weird.
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