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Application: NASA Perfects Pyrotechnics for Space Flight with Cutting Edge Software
Posted Mon October 15, 2007 @10:01AM
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Post Processing By Kara L. Gray,
New Horizon Consulting

When Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar surface in 1969, he made more than an historic and enduring mark on the surface of the moon; he made a monumental impact on the collective imagination of the world. After nearly 40 years, NASA is preparing for another journey to the moon and beyond with a new class of explorers sure to strike a whole new generation with the same overwhelming sense of awe and wonderment.

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