NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine met with Aviation Week editors at the agency’s headquarters in Washington to discuss the meaning of Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary and the path forward for human spaceflight. AW&ST: How do you see the impact of Apollo 50 years later?  The U.S. and the Soviet Union were in a great-power competition, and when it started, we were behind. Sputnik kicked off the space race [in 1957], and they had the first person in space, the first to orbit ...


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