Into the Unknown: How Great Explorers Found Their Way by Land, Sea, and Air

By Stewart Ross, Stephen Biesty (Illustrator)

Dramatic cross-sections illustrate the how-they-did-it mechanics of fourteen explorations, beginning with Pytheas the Greek's voyage to the Arctic Circle in 340 BC and concluding with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin's moon landing in 1969.

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