Table of contents for Live from Cape Canaveral : fifty years in space by the only reporter there / Jay Barbree.

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Contents
Preface by Tom Brokaw
One: Sputnik
Two: The Early Days
Three: The Astronauts
Four: First in Space
Five: John Glenn
Six: On Orbit
Seven: The Worst of Times
Eight: Gemini
Nine: "I've got a fire in the cockpit!"
Ten: A Christmas Moon
Eleven: The Secret Side of Space
Twelve: Highway to the Moon
Thirteen: The Landing
Fourteen: Moon Walk
Fifteen: The Successful Failure
Sixteen: On the Moon
Seventeen: After the Moon
Eighteen: A Handshake in Space
Nineteen: Down Home with Jimmy Carter
Twenty: The Space Shuttle Era
Twenty-one: Challenger-A Disaster
Twenty-two: What Happened?
Twenty-three: An Eternity of Descent
Twenty-four: Sudden Death
Twenty-five: How High Is Up?
Twenty-six: As the Century Turned
Twenty-seven: Columbia-Had They Only Looked
Twenty-eight: That's a Wrap
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Air Force Missile Test Center. Cape Canaveral, Fla. -- History.
Launch complexes (Astronautics) -- History.
Canaveral, Cape (Fla. : Cape) -- History.