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    Monday NASA's Center Director of Kennedy Space Center Bob Cabana and Administrator Jim Bridenstein talked to distinguished guests, employees and media guests here and aboard to talk to us to get humans to the moon and beyond.

    The intro video is absolutely awesome! (Just the first four minutes. Watch in full screen.)

    We Are NASA



    Go Forward to the Moon




    If you want to learn more about humans going to the moon and beyond watch the entire video.

    Move red slider bar to the left at 00:26 start the video at the beginning.



    This video is how the United States started the birth of NASA and the first rocket to the Saturn V, the Cold War, the Space Race and how America and NASA got man to the moon, Apollo 11. It took 374,000 people to get man on the moon!

    The Saturn V Story



    On March 17th, 2019, NASA Glenn made the cleveland.com news web site:
    https://expo.cleveland.com/news/g66l...-and-mars.html


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    Last edited by titanium4motion; 03-18-2019, 08:07 PM.
    "We must overcome difficulties rather than being overcome by difficulties."

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    Looking forward to watching this! Amazing!

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      I think he said we would have a human on the moon in 2019 or 2020. And they are working on supersonic cross country flights that do no produce sonic booms. I believe that could happen. He also got into electric rocketry...George Noory late night talk radio stuff, but the video and lab seemed real, so I hope so. I sound skeptical, but honestly this is all very exciting stuff. I watched the first moon landing from a motel room with my GF. Be fun to see another, moon landing that is. I thank you for sharing.
      I have had periodic paralysis all my life. I lost my ability to walk in 2011 beginning with a spinal block, which was used for a hip fracture caused by periodic paralysis.

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      • #4
        A moon landing in color with 4K resolution would be pretty cool

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