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On 20 July 1969 two human beings landed on the Moon. Over the next three years ten more American men walked on the lunar surface. No-one has ever returned since. Fifty years later, what was the meaning of the Apollo missions? What did humanity learn from them, if anything? And how did they fit into the broader shape of American - and human - history?
A Newcastle University Lecture
by Dr Scott Ashley
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