80 Not Out: The Autobiography
"Offering fascinating insight into a man who has significantly raised the profile of astronomy among the public, this autobiography of Patrick Moore spans 80 years of social history with wit and charm. Moore describes his research to map the moon, which began prior to the NASA Apollo missions during his undergraduate years at Cambridge University, and was eventually used by Russia to correlate the first Lunik 3 pictures. Moore also chronicles his work on BBCs The Sky at Night, where he began as the presenter in April 1957 and continues today, the show having landed in the record books as the worlds longest-running TV series with the same presenter."
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