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In 1948, thanks to post-war advances in rocketry, scientists are starting to dream about putting a man on the moon.
Read by Robin Laing
Abridged by Anna Magnusson

In this intimate and profound portrait of the Moon, writer Oliver Morton explores the different spaces that Earth’s closest neighbour occupies in our lives.

Thanks to post-WWII advances in rocketry, scientists in the late 1940s were daring to dream about the prospect of man walking on the Moon.

Reader Robin Laing
Abridger Anna Magnusson
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

14 minutes

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Thu 13 Jun 2019 00:30

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