American Military University presents InSpaceNews.com. In the spirit of John F. Kennedy's moonshot, we choose to face these challenges in space science, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.
For those old enough to remember watching the first moon landing live on an old black and white TV in 1969 and wishing you could see the historic show in color, your wish has now come true. And, believe me, the 50-year wait for "Apollo 11" was worth it.
Let’s get the controversy out of the way up front. Academy award-winning director Damien Chazelle’s film on the life of Neil Armstrong was met with outrage before it was initially released in theaters in October 2018.