Reflections on Apollo

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy challenged the United States to go to the moon. Hundreds of thousands of Americans participated in the moon launch program, in a scientific effort unmatched in the postwar world. Daniel Goldin, NASA Administrator, and former Apollo Astronauts Harrison "Jack" Schmidt and Richard Schweickart talk about those exciting times 25 years ago.

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