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More to discover as the 50th anniversary of first apollo moon landing approaches

In 1961, President Kennedy announces a mission to send Americans to the moon.

Only one problem, the longest any U.S. astronaut had ever spent in space flight was 15 minutes. Eight years later, Apollo 11 makes history with the first moon walk. Charles Fishman, author of "One Giant Leap: The Impossible Mission that Flew Us to the Moon," joins panel to discuss that and more.