Harford uses remains constant when presenting Korolev’s achievements and criticism while still covering every mechanical detail, which is not commonly found. The Soviet Manned Lunar Programby Marcus Lindroos and published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, provides a more general point of view than already seen. While most historians express their general point of view, Lindroos speaks generally. He not only focuses on a single person or moment, but rather the entire soviet space program itself, including after Korolev’s death. The limitation is cultural bias. MIT is an American school, and thus the cultural influences may interfere with the interpretation of the U.S.S. R’s aerospace resolve. Even so, MIT is a high credible source which is well known for its legitimacy in many domains, includingbiology, engineering, physics, etc. Adding to MIT’s reputation, Lindroos’ diction is well presented, with even the highly intricate and complex sequence of events being explained well, and in an orderly manner. The legitimacy of his information and sequences is supported by the number of sources presented. The sources contain quotes and highly respectful names that once again add legitimacy to what Lindroos presents as factual.