Title: Soviet Moon Race

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Subject: History
Author: Nancy T
Date: July 26, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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Consequently, in 1972 the Soviet government ordered the destruction of all remaining components. How could a country that launched the Earth's first satellite, Sputnik, in 1957, and send a first man, Youri Gagarin, in space in 1961, loose the Moon race? Most experts agree that under financing, lack of government priority, mismanagement and technical backwardness determined the projects' negative outcome...

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Khrushchev, both the First Secretary of the CPSU and the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet, was the major force behind the Soviet manned space program. He personally oversaw the program and assigned resources and personnel needed. After his forced retirement, no one of the Soviet leaders was personally interested in the manned space exploration...

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