The day is July 23, 1969. Apollo 11 is coming towards Earth after its moon landing and a bearing on the communications antenna failed. Without it, the antenna could not communicate with the astronauts before splashdown.
To replace the bearing would require heavy duty work, completely dismantling the antenna, something they had no time for. Fortunately one staff member had a creative solution.
This is the story of how a 10-year-old boy helped Apollo 11 splash down safely. Sometimes all the fancy machinery in the world will not help, but creativity will save the day.