Apollo program

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Noun1.Apollo program - a program of space flights undertaken by US to land a man on the MoonApollo program - a program of space flights undertaken by US to land a man on the Moon; "the first lunar landing was achieved by the Apollo program on July 20, 1969"
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There's more to come for the Explore Apollo project, as not every page has audio on it yet.
Change doesn't occur in an instant and The Apollo Project reflected this, creating a years-long plan to better engage and teach students through the use of technology and hands-on problem solving.
This book offers the reader an interesting reading experience--factual information written in a narrative style and with the ability to become totally immersed in a revolutionary period in American history: the 1966 Apollo Project.
The Apollo project is scheduled to be launched in March at the Geneva Auto Show, when Consolidated Ideal TeamVenture launches a brand new model.
Authors Bisney and Pickering present students, academics, and general interest readers with an examination of the photographic history of NASAAEs Apollo Project, with more than 1000 rare and unpublished images.
If realized, it will surpass the scale of the Apollo project and the International Space Station, and be the largest-ever space project.
This readable book presents a well-crafted narrative, balancing the role of humans throughout the Apollo project and technical facts.
When a fire claimed the lives of three Apollo 1 astronauts in 1967, reporters could have looked at only some of the facts and concluded that the Apollo project was on life support.
At a news conference Friday, representatives from the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, which is part of the University of Texas System, and IBM announced their collaborative APOLLO project, which culls big data to help physicians recommend treatments for cancer patients.
Later he would be credited with saving Gemini 8 in low earth orbit before being selected for the Apollo project.
The second volume comprises 50 case studies pertaining to an extraordinary range of contexts including artificial intelligence, science fiction, data-intensive astronomy, Polar research, the Apollo project, harpsichord makers, environmentally compatible textiles, educational games, and undergraduate biology education--to name just a few.
Early in his career, he was the illustrator on the NASA Apollo project.