As a tribute to Apollo 11, which took off 50 years ago, former astronaut Col. Terry Virts and crew depart from Cape Canaveral in an attempt to break the round-the-world speed record for any aircraft flying over the North and South Poles.
One More Orbit
A former astronaut and his crew honor Apollo 11 by attempting to break a world record.
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