Apollo’s progeny: Today’s space entrepreneurs still standing on the moonshot’s shoulders
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 the story of cameras 37 and 39
Op-ed | Apollo 13 at 45

Commentary | Exponential Technologies Taking Us Beyond Apollo

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Forty-five years ago, Apollo 11 carried the first humans to land on the Moon.  Why then does it feel like the space industry hasn’t progressed much in almost half a century?

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VIDEO | LLRV Testing Contributed to Apollo 11’s Success

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The U.S. Air Force’s long-delayed award of a multibillion-dollar contract to support the nation’s two main launch ranges has been pushed back again.

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Commentary | Apollo’s Children: The Waiting Is Over

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The United States must lead humanity back to the Moon and to the universe beyond.

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Frederick Ordway Dies; Worked on Apollo Program, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

VIDEO | #Apollo45 Where Were You When Apollo 11 Landed on the Moon?

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The volunteer team attempting to resurrect NASA’s ISEE-3 observatory will attempt to boost the venerable spacecraft back into the Earth system July 8.

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Jeff Bezos’ Apollo Rocket Engines Land in Kansas for Conservation
Apollo 13 Note Rakes in $84,100 at Space Auction

VIDEO | Apollo F-1 Engines Recovery

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Raytheon's reorganization includes a new hierarchy for many of its space-related and missile defense products

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Apollo’s F-1 Engines Raised from Seafloor by Amazon Founder

Commentary | Apollo-Soyuz Redux

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What are the prospects of a serious strategic engagement between Washington and Beijing?

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Armstrong’s Death Could Spur Apollo 11 Landing Site Preservation

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GOLDEN, Colo. — The death of astronaut Neil Armstrong may strengthen the movement to designate as a National Historical Landmark the Tranquility Base lunar landing site where the Apollo 11 commander took mankind’s first steps on the Moon, preservationists say.

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