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Engineers in Space Part 4 - Apollo Mission - Part 2 (4 credit hours)
Following President John F. Kennedy’s challenge to a joint session of Congress on 25 May 1961 to land an American on the Moon and return him safely to Earth by the end of the decade, there were several critical decisions that had to be made by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Key among these was to develop and insure that the actual procedure for doing this would be both successful and less expensive to the American taxpayers. In this course the design considerations of the rocket, command and lunar modules are examined along with a look at the various pre-lunar and lunar landing missions. 
Dom Perrotta
The student will understand the options presented to the design team and the reasons why they made their final selections of equipment.
 
The student will learn about NASA's plans and objectives for the lunar missions.
 
The student will learn about the famed Apollo 11 mission which successfully landed on the moon and returned its occupants safely to earth.
 
The student will learn about the miraculous recovery of Apollo 13 which suffered an explosion during flight.
 
The student will learn about the remaining successful Apollo missions that landed on the moon and the objectives of those missions.

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