We Chose: The Inspiration of Apollo

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President John Kennedy’s challenge to land men on the Moon and return them safely to Earth in the 1960s was meant to encourage the United States to do what was hard, and to achieve what was considered by many to be impossible. But the effect of that challenge, and of its realization, went even deeper: generations of men and women from around the world were inspired to commit to a lifetime of exploration, and the pursuit of the next giant leap.

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