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Space Science

Moon Mission Anniversary 78

Posted by michael
from the perspective dept.
SEWilco writes: "As NASA points out, Friday May 25 2001 is the 40th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's speech which set the goal to place men on the Moon within 10 years. Of course, we did land on the Moon in a few places. Although the small spacecraft could only carry two people to the surface, there is a group picture (from this silly page). Few people considered that we might abandon it once we got there." mikeraz points out that the picture of the day is a Saturn V rocket, with plenty of other links too.
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