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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He flew into space twice during NASA's Gemini programme in the mid-1960s, twice on the Apollo lunar missions and twice on space shuttles in the 1980s.
Objective: As part of the Apollo lunar missions, four seismometers were deployed on the near-side of the Moon between 1969 and 1972, and operated continuously until 1977.
NASA plans to auction off the artifacts of Apollo lunar missions which will take place from 14-19 April in New York City.
This is a night when many of the most familiar lunar features are visible, including the landing sites of some of the Apollo lunar missions.