July 20, 1969, marked one of the greatest achievements of mankind--the moon landing. In his infographic-packed book, Apollo: A Graphic Guide to Mankind's Greatest Mission, Zack Scott recounts the entire journey of the Apollo space program. Unlike previous books on this topic, Scott illustrates the tiniest details of how man came to walk on the moon, paying particular attention to many of the lesser known facts about the mission. Artful infographics throughout focus on a wide range of details that space-lovers will obsess over--astronaut weights, mission insignia and spacecraft call signs, fuel consumption stats, splashdown sites around the world, and much, much more. A fresh, hip approach to the subject, Apollo is the perfect combination of science, design, math, and space.
Zack Scott spent the early part of his career as an aircraft technician in the Royal Air Force. He now works as a freelance designer, focusing predominantly on branding and printed media. He lives in London.