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Table of Contents
- Introduction: The Moon Landing and its Aftermath
- Re-Entry: Earth Images in Post-Apollo Culture
- Moon Landing
- "The Eagle Has Landed"
- A Harbinger of Hope
- We Know Gagarin, But Who Is Armstrong?
- "The End of All Our Exploring": The Moon Landing and Modern Poetry
- Swing One, Swing All
- Ode to the Alien
- The Moon Landing: A Psychoanalytical Interpretation
- A Personal Overview of the First Lunar Landing
- Cosmic Calm
- Figure No. 1
- Sky Garden
- Earth as Seen From the Moon
- Wernher von Braun
- Ballad of the Engineer Carl Feldman
- Apollo 113
- Amour De Voyage
- Two Ships in the Cosmic Ocean
- To Do Research of Real Significance
- What Do You Do For an Encore?
- Space Consciousness: The Astronauts' Testimony
- Space-Wanderer's Homecoming
- The White Desert
- The Garden in the Machine: Variations on Spaceship Earth
- Men on the Moon: American Novelists Explore Lunar Space
- "And Count Myself a King of Infinite Space"
- On the Uses of Space
- The First American Moon Landing, 1823