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The Moon landing was an important part of history that led to more technological advancements including computers and dried foods Hashtags: #thegreatlisten #mygrandmasstory #Apollomoonlanding
Interview about the Apollo landing on the moon featuring someone who experienced it in 1969.
Investigación sobre el extraño fenómeno del Triángulo de las Bermudas y sus desapariciones.
NovaWurks CEO Talbot Jaeger gives personal history and discusses the future of space.
This interview covered how important the Space Race affected the Cold War in the United States and the rest of the world.
Gary Savoy and myself discussed what he did during the 1980’s and how he viewed things. The 80’s were full of massive achievements and things that moved the standard for many fields of study which resonate still to this day
On May 8th 2019 teens from the MyDurham program interviewed mature adults about their memories of the first Moon landing in 1969. In this recording we hear about what it was like witnesses the landing as a 14 years old...
On May 8th 2019 teens from the MyDurham program interviewed mature adults about their memories of the first Moon landing in 1969. In this recording we hear what it was like living in New York and Boston at age 19...
We talked a lot about what happens when my grandma was younger. All the people that influenced her and how she fell in love.
This is the story of my father, Rick Worley, and his navy career as well as his childhood/marriage.
listen to my mom share her past memories and the ones she is making right now.
William Putman, research meteorologist with NASA , was always fascinated by the way meteorologists on television could predict what was going to happen. But instead of comparing weather reports with the blowing of the trees outside his house, Putman now...
Kenneth Jucks, Program Manager for the Upper Atmosphere Research Program at NASA Headquarters, has gone from launching weather balloons, what he calls a “poor man’s satellite” to take measurements up to 25 miles above the Earth’s surface, to managing five...
We talked about my grandmother’s childhood in the 60’s, and jobs that she has had.
In the second part of the interview we discuss his career as an engineer working on the CORONA spy satellites, black projects, and Voyager 1-2 for NASA.
My step dad and I talked about his childhood and how it was for him growing up with 2 other brothers. We also talked about his reactions the 9/11 attacks and where he was. We also talked about how none...
In this interview my grandmother recalls the tragic event of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986.
On January 28, 1986, seven people were boarding on a mission to space. While they were taking off, the spaceship exploded, all seven passengers died.
I interviewed my grandma to know more about her life as a child, he experiences, and her viewpoints on life.