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Two questions remains in my mind ;
I wonder HH is still alive somewhere ?
What is inside the moon ?
Also, it relates to the State of Nevada in a very direct sense. The test center here in Nevada is essential and indispensable to our defense program. The test center here in Nevada is essential and indispensable to our space program.
Unless we have a Senator who votes for what the President says is necessary for national defense, we are not going to have anything to test at the test center.
In January 1961, NASA awarded Hughes Space & Communications the contract to build the Surveyor to achieve the first fully controlled soft landing on the moon. The first of seven successfully landed on the moon June 1, 1966. By using rockets to rise 12 feet above the surface, Surveyor 6 also proved that a spacecraft could lift off from the moon. The Surveyors transmitted close-up photographs of the moon's surface to prepare for the Apollo lunar landings. Source Boeing narrative www.boeing.com... .
but because of an erratic heart rate (idiopathic atrial fibrillation), he was grounded in September 1962, Unofficially called "chief astronaut," he had the decisive role in choosing the crews for the Gemini and Apollo programs, including the decision of who would be the first person on the Moon. Source en.wikipedia.org...
While in Whittier, Pat Ryan met a young lawyer fresh out of Duke University law school, Richard Milhous Nixon. The two became acquainted at a Little Theater group when they were cast together in The Dark Tower.
Jacqueline quoted the line and concluded, "There will be great presidents again, but there will never be another Camelot." Her observations found their way into newspapers around the country. Source online.wsj.com...