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First men on the moon ‘came in peace’ to UN Headquarters ‘for all mankind’

As the world remembers Saturday’s 50th anniversary of the “giant leap for mankind” made by all those involved in the pioneering Apollo 11 space programme, we take a look back at the visit made by astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins, to UN Headquarters in New York, just a few weeks after their historic mission. 

Change STEM education to benefit women: NASA official

Changing the way science and mathematics are taught could help increase the number of women employed in the aerospace industry, according to a senior adviser with the United States space agency, NASA.

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People on Mars: “We must afford it” says US space chief

Putting people on Mars sometime in the 2030s is something the planet simply “must afford” for the sake of all the benefits it will bring.

That’s the view of Dava Newman, who is the Deputy Administrator of the US Space Administration, NASA.

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“Real benefits” in keeping mankind in space

There are “real benefits” in keeping mankind in space despite the huge costs according to a senior official from the US space programme NASA who was recently speaking at a meeting of the UN

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