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Alan Lawrie, author of "Saturn," was the guest for this special Space show program. We began the interview by asking Mr. Lawrie why he had an interest in the Saturn V rocket. For many of us, the answer does not come as a surprise given our having grown up in the Saturn V space era. Mr. Lawrie then took us through many of the Saturn V components, manufacturing processes, transportation to Florida, safety, quality control, redundancy, etc. We talked about lessons learned for the modern day rockets, suborbital space tourism, and more. The DVD in the back of the books has seldom seen films and news clips of the Saturn V, plus an audio segment that will most likely disturb your neighbors if you crank the volume up all the way! Alan Lawrie knows the ins and outs of the Saturn V, its components, all its missions, everything you could ever dream of with this amazing rocket. What you won't like hearing is how the material is being archived, if one can call it that. We are at risking of losing valuable information and material for one of the greatest tools of modern man that has definitely changed humanity for the best. You can ask follow up questions or provide comments to Alan through me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be sure to forward them him. Buy the book from Apogee Books. This is one of the best reads you will have in the space world this year.