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Discover three powerful lessons we can learn from America’s historic Apollo 11 mission – the first crewed landing to the moon.
From inner space to outer space
Gain insight into Torah perspectives on life beyond Earth, the ramifications of unimaginable technological advances, and life in the unexplored depths of ourselves, as seen in the works of the great Jewish thinkers from Maimonides to the Lubavitcher Rebbe...
Everything can teach us a lesson on how to serve G-d better. The same is true about something that happened during one of the Apollo Mission landings
On December 24, 1968, Frank Borman, James Lovell and William Anders became the first humans to orbit the moon. The astronauts aboard Apollo 8 were the first humans to escape Earth's gravitational field
Millions worldwide watched in awe as the lunar module raced through space. People held their breaths at what was seen as the almost impossible mission. But many religious people felt disoriented...
Jews have always been travelers; but no Jew ventured as far as Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman. The tall, graying, gentle professor of Aerospace Engineering left the planet, and ventured into space.
We strap a rocket on our back. A fiery blast of passion frees us of earth's seemingly irresistible gravity. Yet the fulfillment of our mission depends on a successful landing...
Would the discovery of ETs (extra-terrestrials) threaten organized religion?
Somehow it's comforting to think of the little guy zooming around our solar system at 8,000 miles an hour in directions opposite of his intended destination, being zapped by radio signals he was never designed to respond to -- and actually getting things ...
"Yesterday, an event took place that had no known precedent in human history: a manned spacecraft approached the moon, orbited it several times, and returned safely to earth. What can we, as Jews, learn from this event?"
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