WHY APOLLO MISSIONS STILL INSPIRE

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    Apollo: Charles Murray, Catherine Bly Cox: 9780976000808

    Apollo [Charles Murray, Catherine Bly Cox] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Out of print for fifteen years, this is the classic account of how the United States got to the moon. It is a book for those who were part of Apollo and want to recapture the experience and for those of a new generation who want to know how it was done.
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    Astronaut Chris Hadfield: We could have gone to Mars

    The astronaut Chris Hadfield in 2014. TED Conference / Flickr. As an astronaut, Chris Hadfield flew on three space missions and spent nearly half a year in orbit. People could have landed on Mars
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    Space exploration – Wikipedia

    Space exploration is the discovery and exploration of celestial structures in outer space by means of evolving and growing space technology.While the study of space is carried out mainly by astronomers with telescopes, the physical exploration of space is conducted both by unmanned robotic space probes and human spaceflight.. While the observation of objects in space, known as astronomy
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    Case For Moon First: Gateway to Entire Solar System – Open

    Perhaps lunar miners could use something analogous to Bruce Damer’s idea for asteroids of using CO in an enclosure warmed by the sunlight and iron and nickel extracted in attached 3D printer – with the PGM’s as residue.
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    BBC – Future – The last man to walk on the Moon

    Apollo 17 commander Gene Cernan talks to BBC Future about what it is like to be part of history, and why he is unhappy about the current US space programme.
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    The Myth of Apollo — Did the USA Really go to the Moon?

    1. Introduction. The belief that the USA faked its Apollo Moon missions in the late sixties and early seventies is not a new one. It has been in circulation pretty much since the missions began.
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    The Space Review: essays and commentary about the final

    What is The Space Review? The Space Review is an online publication devoted to in-depth articles, commentary, and reviews regarding all aspects of space exploration: science, technology, policy, business, and more.
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    Mystery of the moon’s tilted orbit | Space | EarthSky

    Illustration of the tilt of the moon’s orbit, with respect to the Earth-sun plane. It’s why we don’t have lunar and solar eclipses every month.
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