NASA one step closer to moon NASA legends remember the nerve-wracking 1 day ago   04:50

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NASA completed a successful test of its launch abort system Tuesday morning from Cape Canaveral, Florida. That puts the U.S. space program one step closer to sending astronauts back to the moon, and eventually to Mars. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joined CBSN with details.

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Nicholas Maude
I'm disappointed that the boilerplate capsule didn't have its' parachute-system onboard (Unlike the Apollo abort tests). NASA really should've been given the funding to do a proper series of pad and launch abort tests like the Mercury and Apollo capsules did back in the 1960s with their Little Joe I and II LAS rockets.
Bother Rage
I will go first if they let me and I don't care if I die
Ronnie XFILE
Happened? Thank about the alien 👽!
Reptilian alien
You will never go to the moon. You are not allowed there. Do you remember in 1969 when you were told to go back?
Chad Coley
I’m just happy we are one step closer to preventing the Challenger Disaster from happening again.


Space is the last Frontier for Mankind. It’s also the most important. There are Worlds beyond our world, whether you acknowledge their existence or not these places are out there. You see the Moon don’t you? Other planets? You can see Mars and Venus without a telescope how can people be so ignorant?


If it were painful to be stupid, all of you would strive differently.
Brian Hagen
Time and again (for *decades now*), pols talk loudly of doing this. Then they talk quietly of cancelling it. (repeat ad nauseum). I will believe it when I see it.
Aaron Pineapple
These comments are killing me.
suvignan pothuraju
Congratulations to NASA and I hope they will succeed in landing on moon !!!! Make space great again!!!!!
Scott Lord
Don’t blame me, I’m from Massachusetts.
Kosh Naranek
Katherine Johnson ..... how long before the Trump Administration removes that name?
The Last Relevant Sage 2
LMMAO!!! There are still morons out there who believe this bullsht. Ha,ha,ha,ha....so funny!!!
Jon Wright
bill harwood is ridiculously positive about the past/present/future of the space launch system.
heideh madjzoub
NASA I love you guys ❤❤❤
Rakhem Mcneal
So y'all never went to the moon white lies white lies... Lol
DJ Drew
Not gonna work if NASA ain’t got a shuttle! We keep hitching rides or farming out. Smh 🤦🏻‍♂️
Richard Ralph Roehl
FIFTY YEARS since NASA allegedly landed men on the moon... and they can't replicate that feat with 2019 technologies? Something really stinks.
Shellie T
Here we go with the bogus moon landing crap again🤦🏾‍♀️
lily 714
You can always count on Nasa for a pack of lies.
username denied
Any cent given to fake space travel is 'over budget'
Ghost Unlimited Gaming
I think this is a rerun. Spend money, time and effort on things going on with our own planet.
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NASA legends remember the nerve-wracking NASA one step closer to moon 1 day ago   06:22

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Fifty years ago Tuesday, Apollo 11 blasted off from Earth for its historic mission to the moon. Charlie Duke was the voice on the radio talking to the astronauts, as flight director Gene Kranz led mission control during the lunar landing. Above the moon, Michael Collins piloted the Apollo 11 command module while his fellow astronauts walked the moon's surface. Mark Strassmann spoke with all three men.

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