David Chudwin, author of the award-winning “I Was a Teenage Space Reporter,” met with five of the surviving American astronauts who went to the Moon at a space convention in Tuscon, Arizona on 8 -11 August.
He presented a copy of his book to Apollo 11 astronaut Mike Collins during this, the 50th Anniversary celebration of Apollo 11, the first landing on the Moon. General Collins remained in orbit above the Moon while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed.
To celebrate the Apollo 11 launch’s 50th anniversary, we look to David Chudwin’s book I Was A Teenage Space Reporter. It is a look to the past at apollo 11 to our future in space. The book is based on David’s experience as the only student journalist with NASA credentials to report on the launch.
To celebrate the Apollo 11 Anniversary launch this week, we have a blog every day highlighting different aspects of our recent book I Was A Teenage Space Reporter by David Chudwin. Today, we hear what David Chudwin has to say about the Apollo 11 launch and our future in space on our recent LID Radio Podcast.
Today we look back at Apollo 11 and forward to our future in space with David Chudwin, author of I Was A Teenage Space Reporter.
I Was A Teenage Space Reporter by David Chudwin was published in the UK last week. LID Publishing hears insight from the author on how he got into space from a young age.