Dr Gail Iles
The Apollo moon missions were an incredible feat of engineering, science, and humanity. 50 years on, NASA has announced that we're going back.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the return of the Apollo 11 spaceflight, which saw the first humans on the moon. We met with Dr Gail Iles, an ex-astronaut trainer at the European Space Agency, to discuss this monumental chapter in human history.
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Dr. Gail Iles was an astronaut instructor at the European Astronaut Centre, has a PhD in experimental physics from the UK, and is currently a lecturer of physics at RMIT University.
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I've always wanted to go into space. I just feel so fortunate that I live in a time that we have the technology to go there. It's just so exciting.
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