Moon Landing

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Moon Landing

astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin make history (1969). [Am. Hist.: NCE, 2579–2581]
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But let's not be pedantic Some would argue the moon landing didn't really happen at all.
Vic, 56, revealed the moon landing on July 20, 1969, was a huge moment in his life.
The academics analysed more than 400 "memory cards" left by visitors to the National Space Centre - which contained people's recollections of the moon landing and the 1960s.
Furthermore, he recognizes that competition between those two for international prestige represented the major motivation for the advance to the moon landing.
With the death of Walter Cronkite last week, I had an opportunity to re-watch his broadcast of the moon landing and the first steps on the surface of the moon.
Let's think clearly here: more than 400,000 people all over the world worked on the moon landing project for nearly ten years and a dozen men who walked on the moon have returned to Earth to tell of their experiences.
Monday's anniversary of the Moon landing is set to be marked by a series of events, including a meeting for the three Apollo astronauts with Barack Obama, the US president.
In fact, Americans are somewhat more likely to believe the benefits of the space program justify its costs at the 40th anniversary of the moon landing than they were at the 10th, 25th, and 30th anniversaries.
I READ your article regarding the moon landing in 1969 with a mixture of satisfaction and amusement.
A few months ago a Jordanian journalist, who didnCOt bother to check his facts reported that Henry Kissinger had admitted the Moon landing was a hoax.
He was starting work on the techniques necessary to fake the moon landing with help from the aliens who landed at Roswell at that time.
There are many montages of TV news reports from the time, as if Vietnam and hippies and the moon landing were somehow related to the crimes of an ingenious thrill killer.

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