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The daring program that is Project Mercury—its hardware, personnel, methods, and objectives—is vividly presented by Dr. Branley [in "Exploring By Astronaut: The Story of Project Mercury"]…. The program's goals and purposes, hazards and procedures, are all here in what is far and away one of the best of the recent...

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The daring program that is Project Mercury—its hardware, personnel, methods, and objectives—is vividly presented by Dr. Branley [in "Exploring By Astronaut: The Story of Project Mercury"]…. The program's goals and purposes, hazards and procedures, are all here in what is far and away one of the best of the recent spate of books produced on the subject.

William J. Wallrich, "Adventure of Space Travel in Fact and Fiction," in Chicago Tribune (© 1961 Chicago Tribune), November 12, 1961, p. 45.∗

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