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In an address to Congress in 1961, President John F. Kennedy challenged the nation to "land a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth" before the end of the decade. With the flight of Apollo 12, 45 years ago this month, NASA achieved that goal a second time.
Would Six Colorado Executives Been Found Innocent of Charges if Feds Had Not Interfered with their Business and They Had Been Allowed to Close Business and Pay Debts, Asks A Just Cause and Friends
A Just Cause and Friends of Justice argue that financial analysis shows the federal case resulting in imprisonment of executives of IRP Solutions in Colorado was about debt. Denver,
DOJ Prosecution Overreached in Colorado Federal Criminal Case, says A Just Cause and Friends of Justice Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 04, 2013 A Just
Friends of Justice and A Just Cause release report showing defendants not allowed to prove legitimacy of business practices and case ends in stiff prison sentences Denver,
Friends of Justice and A Just Cause, advocates for the wrongly convicted, take a closer look at six Colorado businessmen and their software business that was shut down by government actions
Monday marks the 40th anniversary of the first US space station that helped to pave the way for the International Space Station.
Friends of Justice and A Just Cause, advocates for the wrongly convicted, comment on six Colorado businessmen whose criminal case is currently under appeal Denver,
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity has visited and photographed two craters informally named for the spacecraft that carried men to the moon 41 years ago this week.
Pete Conrad was an American naval officer, astronaut and engineer, and he was the third person to walk on the Moon. He was born Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr. on June 2, 1930 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While his legal name was Charles, his mother gave him what would be his lifetime nickname, Pete. The Great Depression had a tough impact on the Conrad family, but they pulled through it. Conrad has always been bright and intelligent; however, he suffered from dyslexia, a condition that was not...
Alan Bean was a NASA astronaut, an engineer, and was the fourth person to walk on the moon. He was born Alan LaVern Bean on March 15, 1932 in Wheeler, Texas. He completed his public schooling at R. L. Paschal High School, and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 1955. Upon graduation, Bean was commissioned by the U.S. Navy and was assigned to a jet attack squadron in Florida. After his tour of duty, he went on to...
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