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Op-Ed Caught Between The Moon AND A STEAM CARRIER

The Apollo program encouraged countless young people to enter fields such as engineering, science and math. On this 50th anniversary, it’s time to rekindle that passion.
NASA’s equivalent of STEM outreach looked quite different in the 1960s. Here, biomedical engineer Judy Sullivan gains experience on a control console.

As the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing of Apollo 11 unfolds, the influence and impact that the program had on people who were coming of age at the time should be remembered and embraced for the future.

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