Half a century has passed since one of mankind's greatest accomplishments. On July 16, 1969, three men blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center in hopes of doing what no one had done before, stepping onto the lunar surface. Four days later, 650 million people watched in awe as Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.
AM 760’s Mark Larson reflects on one of the most important moments in history with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. He spoke with Capsule Communicator Charlie Duke (Apollo 11) and the youngest human to walk on the moon as they discuss the moments leading up to this mission, during it and following it.