The Strange Case of the Zambian Space Program

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Edward Makuka was an optimist. Beginning in 1964, Makuka headed up a space program started by newly-independent Zambia – a program designed to land an African on the Moon, and catch up to the Soviet Union and the United States in the space race. After serving with the British in World War II, Makuka became a grade school teacher. After … Read More