Apollo 11 mission
May 12, 2013
A great starting point is to address this question. What was the famous speech by JFK when declared that the United States would take a trip to the moon while in this decade, not because this would be an easy task, but because they are hard. This challenge of JFK’s was what inspired the recent launch of the satellite Sputnik by the Russians, and also the sense that America was losing the space race. This was a commitment by the president to be able to start something big. He was able to show his listeners that he was aware of what he proposes will be really hard in fact; he said that putting a man on the moon should be undertaken because of how difficult it would be. He set a goal for the Americans people, and put the entire nation into action. There is not to say that there were no doubts as Richard Worsnopsays in his May, 1963 article.
The United States may fall short of its goal of being able to land a man on the moon before the end of the present decade. Beset by delay and mounting costs. The American moon program is being subjected to the search of criticism for the first time as before in the past, the soviet union space feats could be counted on to generate demands for spending the additional money and effort on the U.S space projects. But then came the big announcement of the launching on April 2 of Lunik, IV was the Russians first moon shot in three and half years. Many members of Congress are beginning to wonder whether the $20 billion was really needed to be able to put man on the moon by 1970 that will yield a commensurate return in national prestige, scientific knowledge, or military advantage.
That paragraph expresses many of the issues that were associated with the issues of landing a man on the moon. Although it also cites an important motivational factor the key to it all, the article mentioned that the Russians advances were enough to move people onward. This was essential because of the fact...