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  Apollo Apollo: Astronomy: Apollo - WEIGHTLESSNESS

WEIGHTLESSNESS

Bungee jump from a bridge or stall an aircraft, and you will feel as if your weight is reduced to zero. Astronauts experience the same sense of apparent weightlessness during space missions, where it is a source of both enjoyment and discomfort.

 
 
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  Apollo Apollo: Astronomy: Apollo - Moon-REACH FOR THE MOON

REACH FOR THE MOON

Like the Soviet's Soyuz series, the Apollo program had a disastrous beginning. On 27 January 1967, an electrical fire erupted during an Apollo 1 training exercise just a month before its scheduled launch, killing astronauts Virgil Grissom, Edward White, and Roger Chaffee.

 
 
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  Apollo Apollo: Astronomy: Apollo - MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

Less than a month later, on 20 July 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin separated Apollo 11 's lunar module, the Eagle, from the command and service modules and began the descent to the surface of the Moon.

 
 
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  Apollo Apollo: Astronomy: Apollo - THE APOLLO PROGRAM

THE APOLLO PROGRAM

The race to put a man on the Moon was the impetus of NASA's ambitious Apollo program, which, in just six short years, changed the boundaries of human aspirations.

 
 
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