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To infinity, and beyond: The legacy of the moon landing

Emmet Ryan remembers the moon landing on its 50th anniversary

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
18th July, 2019
Marvel at the Moon landings

The modern space race involves private-sector mavericks and missions to Mars, but not so long ago a tin can less powerful than your smartphone sent people to the moon and changed the world forever.

Ohio has a habit of being at the centre of all of humankind's ambitions to get off the ground.

The Wright brothers were from Dayton. John Glenn, the first American in space, was from Cambridge, while Neil Armstrong from Wapakoneta became...

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