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Geotechnical Engineering on the Moon? 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Landing — GeoPrac.net

You might not think that geotechnical engineering would have anything to do with the Apollo 11 mission that put the first humans on the surface of the moon, but you would be wrong. The landing pads of the lunar excursion module (LEM) had to act as footings on the surface of the moon. If they […]

via Geotechnical Engineering on the Moon? 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Landing — GeoPrac.net

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