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BBC – Future – Apollo in 50 numbers: The full list

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190725-apollo-in-50-numbers-the-full-list

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Slamtec Mapper M1M1 ToF Laser Screen Kit – 20M Range

https://www.seeedstudio.com/Slamtec-Mapper-M1M1-ToF-Laser-Screen-Kit-20M-Range-p-4130.html

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See the Moon Like the Apollo Astronauts with These Epic Panoramic Photos | Space

https://www.space.com/apollo-moon-landing-sites-panoramas-photos.html

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Wind Turbine Design Challenges for Students – KidWind Challenge

https://www.kidwindchallenge.org/

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How things have changed

I was doing some searches on the internet and ran across a pdf of an old Radio Shack Catalog from 1989. This oldie but goodie just shows how much technology has changed in 30 years. Page 2: Fax machine, page … Continue reading

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New look

Went to make a change to the site and realized my theme was way out of date and broken. Hope you like the new look!

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‘Landing on Airwaves’: Documentary Remembers Apollo 11 Moon Landing – The Atlantic

https://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/593968/apollo-11/

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Zero Hour / Airplane

This has nothing to do with anything I normally post, but I was blown away by a colleague who told me that the biggest joke of the movie Airplane, most people do not know……it is really based on a serious … Continue reading

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American kids would rather be YouTubers than astronauts.

This is a sad state of affairs but more US kids would rather be a YouTube Star than an Astronaut. This graphic Sums up the survey: The full article for Ars Technica is available HERE

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How NASA’s Apollo Astronauts Went to the Moon | Space

https://www.space.com/apollo-how-nasa-astronauts-went-to-moon.html

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