"Digital Apollo is an excellent and unique historical account of the lengthy and often pitched struggle of designers, engineers, and pilots to successfully integrate man and complex computer systems for the Apollo lunar landings. It brings back fond memories."
--Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D.; Captain, USN (retired) Lunar Module Pilot, Apollo 14
"Digital Apollo takes the reader on a wild ride following the impact of the increasingly complex world of data processing, control, and display on space flight. The book traces the evolution of man's role aboard high speed aircraft, the hybrid X-15, and ultimately space flight and the lunar landing. This book is fascinating history and an important resource for future space explorers."
--Robert C. Seamans, Jr., Former Deputy Administrator, NASA