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Jan 17, 2014 04:18 PM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
Why were there two versions of the Apollo spacecraft, and why do we only hear about one? Continue reading →
Jan 16, 2014 04:08 PM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
Asteroid J002E3 turned out to be the S-IVB stage of Apollo 12's Saturn V. What happen to the rest of those rocket stages? Continue reading →
Dec 3, 2013 01:22 PM ET // Miriam Kramer,
How does a country preserve its mark on the moon for decades to come? It may not seem like the moon is a busy space-traffic hub these days, but in the not-too-distant future, that could change.
Oct 23, 2013 11:47 AM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
The first manned Apollo mission was tainted by head colds and bad moods. Continue reading →
Jul 11, 2013 08:04 PM ET // Ian O'Neill
What do you get when you have a group of well-meaning House Democrats (with a little too much time on their hands) who want to protect the historic Apollo landing sites? A National Park on the moon! Continue reading →
Jun 29, 2013 03:35 PM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
If the United States had managed to put the first man in space, the course of spaceflight would have been very different. Continue reading →
Mar 4, 2013 11:29 AM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
In the 1960s, NASA studied a similar manned Mars flyby mission the non-profit organization Inspiration Mars is looking to launch in 2018. ->
Feb 4, 2013 01:49 PM ET // Amy Shira Teitel
In the months and years after the Apollo 1 fire, stories surfaced that the crew had been victims of murder. ->
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