Any how, what follows are some of the more entertaining illustrations which are still surprisingly sharp considering how much I wore them out with my eyes.
I first mentioned this book a few weeks back in my post about Plymouth (1991) and how the customised space helmets in the TV pilot reminded me of images from a kids book, well this is it below.
And now the money shot, or at least half a money shot if such a thing can exist. At the end of the book is a two page spread where everything we've learned comes together in a panoramic view of the future. Here's just the fist page, which contains most of the action. I lost hours starring through this window. Marvel at the future font, the certainty of the words, the jet pack, the moon buggy and the heraldic icons adorning those spacemen, living and working on the moon