The Green Hills of Earth

You just don't much more classic sci-fi than this Pan-Books edition of The Green Hills of Earth by Robert Heinlein.  That gleaming steel rocket speeding toward a mysterious crater pocked moon.  What adventures await our stalwart heroes?  What would that plucky band of men, and maybe a woman, find there?  The ruins of an ancient civilization hiding a sinister secret?  Insidious aliens bent on their destruction?  Humans with strange customs that are alien to our oh-so-very-normal heroes and maybe heroine?

The Green Hills of Earth is actually none of those things.  Its about a musician who wanders the space ways.  Once a rocket man he lost his sight saving his ship from certain doom.  Now he's a hero and even though he's blind and little use to a crew, he can always find a berth.

Or something like that, it's been a long time.