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50 minutes ago, MacK1950 said:

Thanks that helps answer my question as I hadn't seen it that way before.

One of the most memorable Apollo moments for me came from the Apollo 15 mission which was the 4th successful landing. I grew up in a house littered with encyclopedias and science books collected by my father which he encouraged me to read.

I knew Galileo back in the 17th century had predicted that all objects regardless of mass would fall at the same speed in a vacuum. He couldn't prove that because he had no available vacuum. An Apollo 15 astronaut did it for him.


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