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Are Americans ready to foot the bill for another moon mission?

CBS News Monday, 15 July 2019
It’s been 50 years since the world watched America put the first man on the moon. It was a huge source of American pride no doubt, but the idea that the Apollo missions enjoyed broad public support throughout the 1960s, well, it’s just not true. "CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil went on his own mission to figure out how people today feel about that moment -- and also asked them about NASA’s new plan.
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From the long walk to the Saturn 5 Rocket, to stepping on the moon, the Apollo 11 mission captivated Americans and curated hope. CBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock reports.

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