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Loveland native works on moon-landing technology

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A team of computer experts worked to get a 50-year-old computer to replicate landing on the moon. Taking charge of the group is a 2009 St. Xavier graduate, and, just in time for the 50th anniversary, the computer is running the Apollo 11 landing. The Apollo Guidance Computer, or "AGC," navigated spacecraft to the moon and back and helped land the lunar modules. Only 57 of the machines were created. Many of them ended up in junkyards.
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