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Fifty years after Apollo 11's historic moon landing, journalist Charles Fishman tells the story of the 410,000 men and women who helped make the mission a success.Fifty years after Apollo 11's historic moon landing, journalist Charles Fishman tells the story of the 410,000 men and women who helped make the mission a success.

'One Giant Leap' Recalls The Ordinary People Behind The Moon Landing : NPR

NASA needed a supercomputer to get us to the Moon, and it had to be generations ahead of the state of the art at the time. NASA needed a supercomputer to get us to the Moon, and it had to be generations ahead of the state of the art at the time.

This computer changed the world, and you've never heard about it

The US space race with the Soviets helped usher in the many technologies we enjoy today, Charles Fishman writes in his new book, One Giant Leap.The US space race with the Soviets helped usher in the many technologies we enjoy today, Charles Fishman writes in his new book, One Giant Leap.

NASA's Apollo moon missions were a giant leap for all of us - CNET

When President John F. Kennedy announced we would send an American safely to the moon before the end of the decade, many thought it was impossible. Mission accomplished, but it's only with 20/20 hindsight that we realize the cost: For every hour of space flight it required a million hours of work back on Earth....Raise your hand if your boss ever promised a project that was so absurdly ambitious that, knowing what it would take to make it happen, you let out a groan of despair but also found yourself oddly excited at the challenge. And so it went for President John F. Kennedy's...

Things to Do: Book Signing for One Giant Leap at Brazos Bookstore | Houston Press

When it comes to producing commemorative items for the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, Case has a distinctive edge. Behold: The Moon Machete.

Case Remakes Astronaut M-1 Machete for Apollo Moon Landing 50th | Space

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Steven Musil on Twitter: "For evidence of how NASA's Apollo moon missions benefited all of us, one need only look around at the world today. https://t.co/ASOk8cVDxa via @CNET"

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In 1961, President Kennedy announces a mission to send Americans to the moon. Only one problem, the longest any U.S. astronaut had ever spent in space flight was 15 minutes. Eight years later, Apollo 11 makes history with the first moon walk. Charles Fishman, author of "One Giant Leap: The Impossible Mission that Flew Us to the Moon," joins panel to discuss that and more.In 1961, President Kennedy announces a mission to send Americans to the moon. Only one problem, the longest any U.S. astronaut had ever spent in space flight was 15 minutes. Eight years later, Apollo 11 makes history with the first moon walk. Charles Fishman, author of "One Giant Leap: The Impossible Mission that Flew Us to the Moon," joins panel to discuss that and more.

More to discover as the 50th anniversary of first apollo moon landing approaches [Video]

Fifty years ago this July the world paused in awe as mankind achieved something truly extraordinary — the Moon landing.Fifty years ago this July the world paused in awe as mankind achieved something truly extraordinary — the Moon landing.

Moon landing: Your memories of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and the Apollo 11 mission in 1969

The lunar heritage bill could have effects that last far into the futureThe lunar heritage bill could have effects that last far into the future

WHITTINGTON: Ted Cruz And Gary Peters Have A Great Plan To Preserve The Apollo Moon Landing Sites | The Daily Caller

The lunar heritage bill could have effects that last far into the future

WHITTINGTON: Ted Cruz And Gary Peters Have A Great Plan To Preserve The Apollo Moon Landing Sites - The Daily Caller

The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission -- the first time men walked on the moon -- will be celebrated with events, many in the places that helped make it happen, from Houston to Cape Canaveral, Fla.The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission -- the first time men walked on the moon -- will be celebrated with events, many in the places that helped make it happen, from Houston to Cape Canaveral, Fla.

Rockets, parties, astronauts mark Apollo 11 anniversary across U.S. - UPI.com

Oliver Morton discusses his new book about how art, science and politics have shaped past, present and planned voyages to Earth’s nearest celestial neighborOliver Morton discusses his new book about how art, science and politics have shaped past, present and planned voyages to Earth’s nearest celestial neighbor

Interview: The Once and Future Moon - Scientific American

It's time to ignore the conspiracy theorists and focus on the incredible achievements of the Apollo missions.It's time to ignore the conspiracy theorists and focus on the incredible achievements of the Apollo missions.

Please, Please Stop Talking About Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories

'That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind,' echoed from millions of television sets in the late evening of July 20, 1969, as Purdue alumnus Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon. 'That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind,' echoed from millions of television sets in the late evening of July 20, 1969, as Purdue alumnus Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon.

Purdue to celebrate 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing - Purdue University News