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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Which unsuccessful Apollo programme was launched in April, 1970?
The Apollo programme launched 11 manned flights into space between 1968 and 1972.
The Nimbus Apollo programme includes the lead candidate NDI-010976, an ACC inhibitor, and other preclinical ACC inhibitors for the treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, and for the potential treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma and other diseases.
The United States Department of Energy SunShot Initiative has recognised SolarReserve, a global developer of utility-scale solar power projects and advanced solar thermal energy storage technology, with a CSP APOLLO programme award.
The broadcaster is one of 27 top scientists, business executives, politicians and academics, including physicist Brian Cox, who have called on nations to adopt the Global Apollo Programme.
In the bill, the "Apollo Lunar Landing Sites" refer to all the areas of the moon where astronauts and instruments touched the lunar surface, which were connected to the Apollo programme between 1969 and 1972.
The 1960s boom in industry was driven, certainly in the USA, by the space race and the Apollo programme.
The Apollo programme starts next month and runs over several years, with the ultimate aim of improving all council homes.
State Historic Preservation Officer Milford Wayne Donaldson said that similar moves will be made in Texas, New Mexico, Georgia and Florida - the other states highly involved in the Apollo programme.
I refer to the Apollo programme ('Above and Beyond') and the Victorian era (Signposts: The Victorians').
However, the Apollo programme also pushed forward computer technology and the miniaturisation of electronics which benefit our lives today.
After the Apollo programme ended, the equipment, tools and plans for building the rocket were lost.