A Letter From The Publisher: Jul. 25, 1969

FOR newsmen covering a major story, a succession of 18-and 20-hour days is not in the least unusual. But for TIME'S Apollo space team, the days have grown into weeks. Associate Editor Leon Jaroff and Senior Editor Ronald Kriss had no sooner wrapped up our 14-page special Moon Supplement than they were right back at work, with only one day of rest, writing and editing this week's cover story on the historic mission itself. And this time the work stretched on for eight uninterrupted days. Although TIME ordinarily closes on Saturday evening, we...

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