n. [希神]阿波罗（太阳神）, 美男子
A time Hera, Poseidon, Apollo, and all the other Olympians, except Hestia, surrounded him suddenly as he lay asleep on his couch and bound him with rawhide thongs, knotted into a hundred knots, so that he could not move.
After Apollo, NASA's leaders turned their backs on the stars and planets. They delayed or canceled astronomy and space missions, gambling the agency's future on hardware like the space shuttle and space station.
Apollo II blasted off at noon.
The Apollo program was not so much a scientific achievement as a technical accomplishment.