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In-Depth: Every Watch, Clock, and Timer That Went To The Moon

The amount of time available for Moon operations was limited by supplies that could be carried on the LEM; Apollo 11's Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong spent about 22 hours on the lunar surface. Once business on the Moon was wrapped up, the upper stage of the LEM would blast off, separating from the descent stage, and rendezvous with the …

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Trump and Melanie meet Buzz Aldrin to remember landing on the moon

President Trump and the first lady Melanie Trump meet at the White House on Friday with Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins and members of the late Neil Armstrong's family. n. Trump, who praises space travel and likes to talk about his new "Cosmic Power," marks the 50th anniversary of the landing of Apollo 11 in 1969. Note: …

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What was inside the mission of Apollo 11

Kranz was the flight director during the Bliznatsi and Apollo missions (he plays Ed Harris, who has a lucky white vest in the movie Apollo 13). And returning to the "room where it happened" – some Apollo-era controllers now use the Hamilton song for reference to "Mission Control" – had to bring back memories. Instead, Kranz had to remove the …

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How a 10-year-old boy helped Apollo 11 return to Earth

Greg Silva and Abby Strength at StoryCorps in Greenville, SC Half a century ago, America's dreams were realized in space. The power of American innovation and spirit led the crew of Apollo 11 to the Moon and vice versa. This mission was possible thanks to a diverse team of engineers, astronauts and mathematicians. This was possible thanks to the help …

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A 10-Year-Old-Boy-Helped Apollo 11 Return To Earth: NPR

Greg Force and Abby Force at StoryCorps in Greenville, S.C.                                                                            Alletta Cooper / StoryCorps                                       hide caption toggle caption Alletta Cooper / StoryCorps               Greg Force and Abby Force at StoryCorps in Greenville, S.C. Alletta Cooper / StoryCorps                       A half-century ago, America's dreams were realized in space. The power of U.S. This mission …

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BBC – Future – Apollo in 50 numbers: Time

15.28: A combined flight experience of the Apollo 14 crew, in minutes and seconds On May 5, 1961, Allen Shepard became the first American in space. His 15-minute, 28-second sub-orbital flight was, according to Apollo 7 astronaut Walt Cunningham, "the most beautiful 15-minute walk ever known by any American." In his "All-American Boys" autobiography, Canningham describes Shepard as "capable, stubborn …

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Which company will win the new space race to the Moon?

Human remains are propelled to a permanent resting place beyond Earth, a digital library designed to last for billions of years, and a capsule containing messages from 80,000 children This odd assortment is set to be carried on one of the first commercial transports to the Moon, due in the first half of 2021. If this goes to plan, it …

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50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing: it's still awesome

Fifty years ago, human beings stepped on the moon for the first time. Some 650 million people around the world watched the historic landing on July 20, 1969, and heard astronaut Neil Armstrong say "… a small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." Fittingly, there is a Google Doodle celebrating the anniversary this weekend. Even the cooler: …

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Berkeley Labs creates first fully magnetic liquids

As you would expect from a magnetic fluid, the stuff retains its magnetic properties in basically any shape. The researchers showed that they could divide the droplets into smaller ones, or morph them into spheres, cylinders, pancakes, tubes and even an octopus shape, while still being magnetic. On the top of that, the droplets can be tuned so their magnetism …

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