Tagged: Moon Landing

Moon landings, automation fears and commissions of inquiry - FutureworkNZ

Dave Heatley Jul 27, 2019

The 50th anniversary of the moon landings got me thinking about 1960s tech and work. Not that I was working back then – I watched a scratchy B&W TV broadcast at primary school. Source: Wikimedia Commons John F. Kennedy’s 1962 speech is remembered for the line: “We choose to go to the Moon in … Read More

The forgotten moon landing that paved the way for today’s space adventures - Guest Work

Guest Author Feb 03, 2016

Mike Cruise, University of Birmingham Crashing into a planet is seldom a good idea. If you’re trying to travel to another world, you’re likely to land at tens of kilometres per second unless you do something serious to slow down. When Neil Armstrong famously became the first man on the moon in 1969, he piloted a lunar module … Read More