Apollo program

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Apollo program

[ə′päl·ō ¦prō·grəm]
(aerospace engineering)
The scientific and technical program of the United States that involved placing men on the moon and returning them safely to earth.
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Isotopes of neon and argon were measured by SOHO but not by earlier satellites, although they had been detected in solar wind during the Apollo lunar landings more than 20 years ago, Galvin says.
An entire year's worth of extraordinary space images -- from the Apollo lunar landings to distant spiral galaxies -- is now available in a free downloadable poster on the "Year In Space" calendar website (http://www.
A section of "notebooks" (worked-out examples) shows 120 years worth of eclipses, lunar libration, Apollo lunar landings, planet animations, meteor showers, and much more.