This is Part 3 of a Multi-Blog Series. You can read Part 1 and Part 2. “One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.” About 600 million people heard these words live from Neil Armstrong when he stepped for the first time onto the surface of the moon. As the iconic news anchor Walter Cronkite narrated this historic moment over CBS News on July 20, 1969, grainy images transmitted over television screens of an other-worldly space capsule touching down made the event seem simple and serene. But NASA engineers at Cape Canaveral were anything but calm as the lunar module and its crew made their final approach and landed safely. Trajectory Matters These experts at Mission Control knew that a slight error in setting the trajectory of Apollo 11 on its launch pad in Florida could have caused the rocket to veer perilously off target by theRead MoreRead more" title="Read more" url="https://freedomtolead.net/trajectory-critical/" align="right"]
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