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Don't forget the computer that landed Apollo 11 astronauts on the moon
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Don't forget the computer that landed Apollo 11 astronauts on the moon
From the first steps to the leap forward, Mashable is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a series that examines its significance -- and why we haven't been back.* * *The Soviets launched the first satellite into space. And the first man. Also the first woman. So when NASA astronauts rapidly approached the moon 50 years ago, a lot was riding on a computer with less than 80 kilobytes of memory. By today's standards, it's a dinosaur. The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) weighed 70 pounds. Programs were literally woven into the hardware by hand -- it was called "core rope memory." Read more...More about Mit, Apollo 11, Moon Landing, Moon Landing 50th Anniversary, and Tech
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