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Astronaut Ron Garan: How Seeing Our Earth From Space Is The Key To Our Future

International Business Times
Atop the tallest, heaviest and most powerful rocket ever brought to operational status, the Saturn V, sat Apollo 8 with its three-astronaut crew: Commander Frank Borman, Command Module Pilot Jim Lovell and Lunar Module Pilot Bill Anders. The aim of the ...

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DIXON: Reforming the political system

Wicked Local Medford
The 2017 elections, especially the November results, confirm, much of what this author has been saying, for over a year, in addressing the dramatic loss of direction, the drifting confused populism of the so-called “Trump Era,” and the numerous angry ...

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It's official: Lunar mountain that guided Apollo missions is named for Jim Lovell's wife

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A year earlier, when astronaut Jim Lovell was preparing for the first flight to the moon on Apollo 8, he noticed the geographical formation and named it after his wife, whom he met in the Juneau High School cafeteria in Milwaukee. Mount Marilyn became ...

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