Jan Davis, a child of the 1960s, felt a twinge resentment when her hometown, Huntsville in Alabama, was overlooked.
Rocket tests rattled doors and windows in the town. Everyone seemed to be connected to the building of the rockets used by NASA to place a man on moon. Mission control in Houston, Texas and Cape Canaveral, Florida became the global symbols of space race.
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