The NASA Archives is guaranteed to keep you mesmerized for hours. Be careful if you’re thinking of getting it as a gift because there is a good chance it will never leave home. This collection contains more than 400 photographs and concept renderings from NASA’s operations beginning in 1958. Flip through the Apollo 11 moonwalk, panoramas from Mars, deep space images captured by the Hubble telescope, and mission checklists while reading companion text by journalist Piers Bizony, former NASA chief historian Roger Launius, and Apollo historian Andrew Chaikin. This book is a whopper, you won’t be disappointed when you receive your book with over 460 pages that collectively weigh over twelve pounds. This book is going to be a great start to your new collection.