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A recent comment questioning whether the United States had ever successfully put a man on the moon reminded me of when I worked at Kennedy Space Center as a marketing communications writer on the Apollo program. While I didn’t doubt the moon program was 100% authentic, I did wonder exactly how all the pieces of the massive Saturn V vehicle would come together. Like many people around the world, I had little science in my background to refer to for answers.

But I

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