THE SPACE EDUCATORS' HANDBOOK

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BUSINESS WEEK JANUARY 16th 1969 Cover

Copyright, 1969, by McGraw-Hill, Inc.


The above issue of BUSINESS WEEK featured the Apollo 8 mission. Known as the "Jules Verne" mission due to its similarities with FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON, Apollo 8 orbited the Moon on Christmas Eve of 1968. The article closed with this interesting comment. "No prime crew has yet been named for Apollo 11 (the first manned landing on the Moon). ...But rumors are strong that at least one of the crew of Apollo 8 may get the nod..." This proved to be an altogether false prophecy.


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