Fifty Years After Apollo, U.S. Laying Groundwork For Lunar Reboot

Credit: NASA
A few hours after an Apollo 50th anniversary celebration commemorating Apollo 8, the first human flight beyond low Earth orbit, wrapped up at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, China’s Chang’e 4 spacecraft fired its braking rocket and slipped into lunar orbit, setting the stage for...

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