Friday July 10, 2020

The Gadget Guy

A mission to the moon and back is still a big ask today

7th August, 2016
Buzz Aldrin on the moon in 1969

While researching the technology behind the 1969 Apollo 11 landing on the moon of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, I was reminded of how, in some ways, the moon race stopped right about there.

In fact, although we are on the cusp of self-driving cars and artificial intelligence that can make sophisticated decisions in the real world, only ten more people have walked on the moon in the 47 years since. In the hope of inspiring some...

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