50 Years After Moon Landing, Apollo Tailwinds Dying Out

Credit: NASA
Fifty years and one day after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped foot on the Moon, the U.S. space community will note a more somber milestone—the eighth anniversary of the final space shuttle mission, which kicked off a suspension, still ongoing, in the country’s ability to launch astronauts...

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