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APOLLO 10: To the Moon & Back (5:30 video)

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posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 07:50 AM

As part of the Science Museum's 20th century icons series Doug Millard, senior curator of ICT and Space Technology and Colin Pillinger, who worked on the Apollo project, discuss the moon landings' legacy

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NOW, I have to be honest. I put this up more for the moon & Apollo footage. My speakers are down for the count and I couldn't find a transcript. I hope it is good. I figured with them being nice respectable men, the aren't saying anything bad.

When I searched ATS files to see if and/or what was posted before and I didn't see anything, Which I thought was odd. I am looking forward to the ATS spaceperts to comment and clarify some things.

Enjoy. (I looked at the shoots and what I like is there is no smugging.

Sorry so short but it is all in the video.
edit on 11/23/2010 by anon72 because: To add EX-TEXT info.

posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 10:24 AM
I see now why there isn't too many (or any) threads about Apollo 10....

Guess it isn't that big of an interest and/or deal to folks.


posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 09:49 PM
Hi Anon.

What I remember from those times is that I discovered
** the most powerful combination of engines ever made **,
and not even surpassed to this day ! !

7,500,000 pounds of thrust ! !
Can you imagine that ???
And that was used to lift a vehicule 5,000,000 pounds heavy ! !

Blue skies.

posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 07:31 AM
reply to post by C-JEAN

Amazing. Seriously. What upsets me is that we have caved to Russia tech and now rely on them for most of our rockets.

All of this cooperation makes me think there is a bigger and/or greater good that the countries that can work together, are. I hope to the highest potential.

I would like to see more from Canada-meaning some astronauts.

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