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Cost Of The Apollo Space Program
On April 12, 1961, the Soviet Union shocked the world when cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man to be launched into space. His single earth-orbit flight aboard the Vostok-1 spacecraft and his safe return to earth was a tremendous achievement and more significantly, it demonstrated to the United...
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Cost To Build Fenway Park In 1912
It was a balmy Saturday afternoon in Boston on April 20, 1912, the perfect kind of day to spend at the ballpark. And that’s just what 27,000 baseball fans did as they eagerly crowded into a brand new...
Cost To Build A Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carrier
Representing the hallmark of U.S. superiority on the high seas, the nuclear aircraft carrier is the epitome of our nations’ military superpower status...
Cost To Build The International Space Station
Orbiting the earth 15 times every day, the International Space Station continues to provide research in such fields as biology, physics, astronomy, and meteorology...
Cost To Build Alaskan Pipeline
OIL – needed in enormous quantities by both the industrial as well as the rapidly developing third-world countries, it is a commodity that significantly influences...
Cost Of The First Atomic Bomb
At the Alamogordo Bombing Range, now the White Sands Missile Range near Socorro, New Mexico, it was 5:00 a.m. The weather that morning of July 16, 1945 was clear and most importantly; wind...
Cost To Build Big Dig
With a population of some 2.8 million people, Boston Massachusetts has long been the center of New England’s educational institutions, the Performing Arts, and professional sports...
Cost To Build The Lincoln Tunnel
Originally called the Midtown Hudson Tunnel, the Lincoln Tunnel is actually the world’s first three-tube underwater vehicular tunnel system. The three so-called “tubes” are known as the...
Cost To Build The Panama Canal
Until 1914 the only way to transport goods by ship from New York City to San Francisco was along a circuitous 12,000 mile route around the tip of South America. For many forward-looking...
Cost To Build The Brooklyn Bridge
As the population grew in New York City during the 1830s there was always loose talk of relieving the overcrowded conditions there by building a bridge across the East River to Brooklyn.
Cost To Build The Eiffel Tower
At 1,063 feet, including the antenna, the Eiffel Tower is the tallest structure in Paris and one of the most recognized tourist attractions on the globe. As the winning entry in a design competition, ...
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