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Moon Landing, July 20, 1969 - I watched this live on the TV in my Mom and Dad's bedroom.
7-20-1969 -- 45 years ago today
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Vintage Life Magazine - Special Edition "To The Moon and Back" - August 10, 1969 - Moon Landing - Souvenir
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Apollo 11 was the first spacecraft to land on the moon on July 20, 1969. Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins were the first humans to step foot on the moon. It was broadcast on live television for the world to see. I wish I was alive to see it. I have such an obsession with space and space travel!
Vintage Life Magazine - Special Edition "To The Moon and Back" - August 10, 1969 - Moon Landing - Souvenir ... I remember being sent home from school so we could watch the moon landing on TV.
Vintage Life Magazine - Special Edition "To The Moon and Back" - August 10, 1969 - Moon Landing - Souvenir THIS WAS FAKE .. BUT ROSEWOOD AND THE DEATH OF 100 MILLION NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS WAS REAL
This would look amazing framed and hanging on the wall. - Vintage Life Magazine - Special Edition "To The Moon and Back" - August 10, 1969 - Moon Landing - Souvenir
Life Magazine. Special Edition. "To The Moon and Back" August 11, 1969 A documentation of images and words describing the impact of Apollo 11's ascent into space, to the moon. People all around The United States, breathlessly watched on TV, or listened to the radio as Neil Armstrong said those iconic words: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind", as he stepped on the surface of the moon.
Katherine was living in London during the moon landing, but she was very proud of her country.
The special edition of LIFE that the Albright's would have bought after the moon landing!
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Watch the moon landing on TV.
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Thousands of images from NASA's Apollo missions make it to Flickr - https://www.aivanet.com/2015/10/thousands-of-images-from-nasas-apollo-missions-make-it-to-flickr/
Kennedy's goal to win the race to space was accomplished on the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module (LM) on July 20, 1969, and walked on the lunar surface, while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the Command/Service Module (CSM), and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24. To preview our children's history DVD click on pin
Thousands of images from NASA's Apollo missions make it to Flickr
The moon landing From news.nationalgeographic.com
10 Reasons the Moon Landings Could Be a Hoax
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Watching the moon landing on TV...
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NASA Did Not Fake the Moon Landings
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Apollo 11 : on a marché sur la Lune ! : 20 photos historiques du programme Apollo sur la Lune - Linternaute
Un des trois astronautes de la mission Apollo 11 (1969) descend de l’échelle et marche sur la Lune.
Buzz Aldrin standing on footpad of the Eagle's ladder | APOLLO 11 HOAX PHOTOS: 8 Moon-Landing Myths -- Busted
Le 21 juillet 1969, lors de la mission Apollo 11, l'astronaute Neil Armstrong posa le premier les pieds sur la Lune. Il fut suivi quelques secondes plus tard par Buzz Aldrin.
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1407 photos inédites de la mission Apollo 11 conservées pendant plus de 40 ans par la NASA
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Apollo 11 Astronaut Leaving Lunar Lander
NASA faked the moon landings
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“An Apollo 12 astronaut stands beside the United States flag on the surface of the moon. November 19, 1969″ (Corbis). 39 years ago today, man landed on the moon for the second time. Apollo 12 followed the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, where Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin had become the first humans to land on the Moon
After pinning Sally Ride to my board, I thought I would take the time to pin Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, on there as well. Three generations of my family were huddled in front of the television on July 20, 1969 to see his moon landing.
For the Apollo 12 moon landing mission, NASA awarded a contract to General Motors for production of a lunar roving vehicle. The result? The first car on the moon. Astronaut Pete Conrad becomes the third person to walk on the moon and the first to drive an automobile (a slightly modified 1969 Chevrolet Camaro) on its surface. Happy April Fool’s Day!
Pete Conrad planted this flag on the Apollo 12 mission in November 1969 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2180664/American-flags-planted-Apollo-moon-missions-wave-40-years.html#ixzz226JtP9Po
1/7/14 Representatives Donna Edwards (Maryland) and Eddie Bernice Johnson (Texas) have brought a bill before the House that would create The Apollo Lunar Landing Sites National Historical Park and preserve any artifacts left on the Moon's surface during Apollo 11 through 17. One small step for man and three small steps to the gift shop.
Neil Armstrong "One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." I was 5 and still remember watching this live on TV.
It was July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong spoke what must be considered the most famous words of the 20th century, "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind". This, of course, was the day that men from Earth first set foot on the Moon. It was the culmination of years of research and development, success and failure, and bitter competition from our feared rivals. And it was the words of a 38 year old Neil Armstrong that echo in the annals of history.
All the American flags on the moon have been bleached white by radiation from the sun.
Neil Armstrong-American Hero
July 20, 1969: Alleged moon landing by Apollo 11. Not everyone who thinks the moon landing was faked is a crazy person. Some of them are engineers. Follow the link for some of the arguments. (Note: The appearance of the flag in this photo is NOT one of the arguments.)
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U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin salutes the American flag on the surface of the Moon after he and fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first men to land on the Moon during the Apollo 11 space mission on July 20, 1969. Today marks the 43rd anniversary of the moon landing.
Funny stuff online Really Mario? Again? - http://www.onlineatlantic.com/funny-stuff-online-really-mario-again/
During each of the six American moon landings, astronauts left American flags behind. The first landing, was on July 20, 1969, by Apollo 11, when Neil Armstrong declared on live television, 'one small step for man, one giant step for mankind. The final mission was Apollo 17 on December 14, 1972.
The late Neil Armstrong walking on the Moon, 8/25/1969 - "One Small Step For a Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind"
Buzz Aldrin stands with the American flag on the moon. July 20, 1969. After taking a giant leap for mankind, Neil Armstrong photographed his fellow moon traveller, Buzz Aldrin, next to the flag. This probably wasn't a conspiracy.
45 years ago today, the world watched as astronaut Neil Armstrong took man's first steps on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission.. "That's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind."
In reality, Mario was first on the Moon... Best of #Videogames
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TIME Magazines ranked number 6 on their Conspiracy Theories List: The Moon Landings Were Faked
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THE MOON LANDINGS WERE FAKED...It's now been over four decades since Neil Armstrong took his "giant leap for mankind" — if, that is, he ever set foot off this planet. Many conspiracy theorists still insist the Apollo 11 moon landing was an elaborate hoax. More information at http://www.crystalchannelers.com/blog/ufo---conspiracy-theory-no--2---the-moon-landings-were-faked/
It's now been nearly four decades since Neil Armstrong took his "giant leap for mankind" — if, that is, he ever set foot off this planet. Doubters say the U.S. government, desperate to beat the Russians in the space race, faked the lunar landings, with Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin acting out their mission on a secret film set, located (depending on the theory) either high in the Hollywood Hills or deep within Area 51
WTF Conspiracy Theory no.49: 'the moon landings were faked.'
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Readers remember the Gulf War.
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1991 Gulf War Kuwait Liberation | A U.S. soldier flashes the "V" sign from his position on top of a Humvee guarding the U.S. Embassy compound, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1991 in Kuwait City >> Photographic Print by David Longstreath
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Watched this sitting in my grandparent's den. So unbelievable at the time!https://www.pinterest.com/teresa248910/1960-s/
July 20, 1969 - Man walks on moon! I remember there was no traffic on the street. We were all amassed in our living rooms watching this monumental moment in history ~ mpc
Man walks on moon! I remember watching this in science class. It was so exciting to watch this as it happened!
July 20, 1969 - Man walks on moon! One month b-4 my daughter's caregiver was born!
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July 20, 1969...Man walks on the moon for the first time!
moon landing - I remember watching this live on t.v.
July 20, 1969 - Man walks on moon!
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat? These readers do.
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Remember going to the butcher shop for meat? (....cr....my mom would go to the butcher and they would cut whatever she wanted right on the spot)
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat? Ours was George's market here in town.
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat?-Watson's had sawdust on the floor.
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat? Central Meat Market in Muskogee.
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat? Schisa Bros. Schenkenberger's.
Mother made me go to the butcher shop for .59 worth of hamburger.
Remember going to the butcher shop for meat?
Nells Butcher shop...Littlestown PA
Readers remember the invasion of Iraq.
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3rd Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division returns fire after coming upon a mortar attack during an orange sandstorm on a road south of Baghdad. March 26, 2003
U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division, return fire after coming upon a mortar attack during an orange sandstorm on a road south of Baghdad, on March 26, 2003. (Photo by Laura Rauch/AP Photo/The Atlantic)
Remember Y2K? These readers share their stories.
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The Y2K bug is back… and it just trolled 14,000 people. The late 1990s were defined by a number of ridiculous things, but somewhere near the top of the list was the panic that boiled over in 1999 as people prepared for the end of civilization as we knew it. Because of the “Y2K” bug, you see, anything and everything controlled by a computer would stop functioning when the clock struck midnight and December 31, 1999 rolled into January 1, 2000. That obviously didn’t happen...
crazy "year 2000" panic...and my 2,000th pin btw
crazy "year 2000" panic
Readers talk about the Vietnam War.
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Readers talk about the Vietnam War. General Westmoreland...I fill sorry from an historial prepective, but the man was a lair. yes here is one of the most dishonest, along with McNamara, and all who did challenge them and tell the TRUTH of what was really happening in NAM
Readers talk about the Vietnam War. General Westmoreland...I fill sorry from an historial prepective, but the man was a lair.
Readers talk about the Vietnam War. i hate the fact that he was a lair but they all were
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My Weekly Reader - every Friday in elementary school. So worth whatever our parents paid for it. Then my own children had the same things...every Friday. LJH
Weekly Reader - current events all through grade school. My favorite thing about elementary school! <3
My Weekly Reader - made me look forward to fridays! Loved these when I was in elementary school.
Loved Fridays because that's when we'd get our Weekly Reader newspapers in Elementary School.
Weekly Readers...my source of all current events during elementary school.
Looked forward to 'My Weekly Reader' at McKinley Elementary School
Weekly Readers. Current events each week during elementary school.
Weekly Reader - remember these from elementary school?
Shoe polish with daubers: I remember using white for the baby shoes