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APOLLO 11: Beyond the Moon

The Apollo Media Moment and the Birth of the Modern Conspiracy Theory

http://podcast.cnn.com/episode/apollo-11-beyond-the-moon/all/khgztj/apollo11-2019-06-13.html

The Apollo 11 mission was the first of its kind not only in the science field, but also for the media's ability to live broadcast history around the world. Brian speaks with CNN Space Correspondent Rachel Crane and historian Doug Brinkley about the unique media moment that was Apollo 11. Then, Brian discusses the birth of conspiracy theories following the moon-landing with writer Elizabeth Svoboda.

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