Calgarian Team Blasts a Small Replica of the Saturn Five Rocket

The Homestretch

This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space mission - the first time humans landed on the moon. A team of Calgarians are marking the occasion by blasting off a rocket of their own. They've made a small scale replica of the Saturn Five rocket used in the Apollo mission. It lifts off tomorrow morning just south of Lethbridge. That's where we reach flight director Shane Weatherill.

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