The President's Page: Apollo Belvedere [Guest Editorial]
Article first published online: 3 JUN 2011
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 55, Issue 9, pages 819–862, September 1974
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1974), The President's Page: Apollo Belvedere [Guest Editorial], Eos Trans. AGU, 55(9), 819–862, doi:10.1029/EO055i009p00819.(
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It is five years since the first human beings landed on another planet and then returned to earth. It is almost two years since the last Apollo mission returned to earth from the moon. The excitement of Apollo 11 which reached a large proportion of the population of planet earth is now a quiet, majestic fact in history. The excitement and interest in scientific aspects of all the Apollo missions is active and has grown into an evolving study of our sister planet.