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How Apollo 8 Survived the Risky Trip to the Far Side of the Moon | Apollo

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Published on Nov 3, 2018

A last minute shake up in 1968 sent a manned crew outside of Earth’s orbit for the first time. The crew of Apollo 8, in a very short amount of time, would have to learn how to reach our nearest celestial neighbor and then return safely to Earth.

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