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Costliest Computer Error Ever

Its July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 mission was close to touchdown on the moon. Neil Amstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michel Collins checking last-minute preparation for landing. Over their, onboard computer something started flashing it was Error 1201 followed by error 1202. Human beings first landing on the moon is jeopardized by two computer errors

Apollo 11 was the first moon lander to carry humans to the moon. During the height of the cold war, both the USA and USSR wanted to put their men on the moon. History has picturized the famous speech of John F Kennedy, stating. “We choose to…




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Karthick Nambi

Karthick Nambi

A human with interest in history and technology

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