Australia’s journey to the moon
In 1969 Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins created history with the Apollo 11 mission.
The event was broadcasted around the world with Australia playing a vital role in the broadcast. Now over 50 years later Australia will be venturing to the moon with research and hopes of one day sustaining life on the moon.
Dr Joshua Chou is a senior lecturer at the School of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Technology Sydney, and the co-founder of EXPLOR Space Technologies, he joins John Stanley to explain an adventure out of this world.
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