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Science Reporter—Computer for Apollo (1965)

In this 1965 Science Reporter episode, reporter John Fitch features the Apollo Guidance Computer, which was the main control system on the spacecraft which went to the moon. NASA selected the MIT Instrumentation Lab to design and develop the onboard guidance, navigation and control systems for both the Apollo command and lunar modules. View this video in its entirety at the From the Vault collection on TechTV.

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