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  • Current events for November 30, 2017
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    Events in space history for 11/30:
    • NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center published a paper on the design of a lunar lander based on scientific theories of how much dust is on the surface. Some scientists predicted a ten foot deep dust layer, while others foresaw very little dust. The vehicle must safely deal with all views (1961). (From "Chariots for Apollo," Brooks, p. 99.)
     
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