Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing With a Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist



The notion of putting a man on the moon was inconceivable when President John F. Kennedy made it a goal in the early 1960s. But what did the moon landing do for you?Listen t oRic Edelman share the top 10 technological innovations that resulted from this herculean effort and talk to Dr. John Mather. He's the senior project scientist for the Webb Telescope and won the 2006 Nobel Prize in physics.