Apollo 11 Anniversary

Thirty years ago, a Saturn Five rocket blasted off from the Florida coast. Four days later, when Neil Armstrong made the first human footprints on the dusty grey surface of the moon, the world changed forever. Join Ira Flatow on Science Friday for a look back at the historic Apollo 11 mission and the people who made it happen. Guests: Andrew Chaikin Author, A Man on the Moon: The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts (Time Life, 1999) Boston, Massachusetts Michael Light Artist/Photographer Author, Full Moon (Knopf, 1999) San Fransisco, California Max Faget Former Director of Engineering and Development, NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center Senior Consultant, Space Industries Inc Designer of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecraft Houston, Texas

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