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CNNFilms Jun 22
What’s it like in the final moments leading up to a rocket launch? The countdown has begun! From mission control to the crowds of spectators, see like you've never experienced it before. Sunday at 9p ET on
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Glitch Black Jun 22
There are now only 4 humans left alive who ever walked on the moon (of 12), and all are in their 80s. It will be truly sad if we've waited so long to return that we find ourselves with no one left living who has ever visited another world.
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National Air and Space Museum Jun 21
Replying to @CBSNews
This Data Acquisition Camera captured the first steps and the astronauts' lunar activity. It was supposed to be left on the Moon, but was discovered in a Beta cloth bag in a closet at Armstrong's home a few years ago:
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Buzz Aldrin Jun 20
The 50th anniversary of the moon landing is only a month away! Where were you on July 20, 1969?
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Amy Shira Teitel Jun 20
I'm bringing back my LIVE TWEET! From July 16-24, my feed will be reliving the mission, from big mission events to tiny human moments, exactly when and as they happened (with a 50-year time delay) It's going to be a lot, but super fun! 🚀
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Mark Sciulli Jun 23
Flight Surgeon stats on astronauts heart rates during launch: Armstrong 110 Collins 99 Aldrin 88 88? Are u kidding? Mine was 125 just watching.
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Paul Howard Jun 23
Neil Armstrong's family released a statement describing him as a "reluctant American hero who served his nation proudly, as a navy fighter pilot, test pilot, and astronaut ...honor his example of service, accomplishment and modesty, give him a wink“
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Kodak Jun 21
See the incredible, newly discovered found footage of , shot on 16mm and 65mm formats on this Sunday, June 23rd at 9p ET.
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Mark J. Jun 23
What a TRULY GREAT time in America; JFK challenged us to Do ‘HARD’ things, Excel, Sacrifice, BE BETTER; and JFK NEVER lauded himself, promoted himself or made a snide comment about anyone. How times have changed; some think this makes America great. It doesn’t.
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Brendan Byrne Jun 22
My wife is so cool. Tracked down this paper for me as a gift.
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US National Archives Jun 21
Archivist Dan Rooney talks about the footage from that is featured in . (See it on Sunday on !).
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Debra Corpora Jun 23
Thank you, ! was spectacular. I went to the ticker tape parade in Houston. Moon money floated in the sky. I was in awe as Neil Armstrong, , and passed in front of me. I did grab a Moon Dublunar. Still have it.
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National Air and Space Museum Jun 20
Replying to @airandspace
Neil Armstrong took the pieces of the Wright Flyer with him to the Moon in his personal preference kit, connecting the first flight to the first Moon landing. In 1970, he signed this letter to certify that the pieces flew on .
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Mark Kelly Jun 23
The mission remains one of the greatest feats of human history. It inspired generations of astronauts - me included - and showed what our country is capable of when we try to tackle big challenges. Excited to watch this documentary tonight on at 8pm.
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CNN Jun 20
Happy moon-iversary Apollo 11! This year marks the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first steps on the moon. Celebrate with a space film like no other – , Sunday at 9 p.m. ET
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Joe Walsh Jun 23
This documentary on right now is wonderful. And fascinating. Makes me proud to be an American. And proud to be a member of the human race.
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Thomas Galvin Jun 23
The documentary is incredible. It’s amazing that a successful manned moon mission happened just 42 years after Lindbergh crosses the Atlantic. It’s been 47 years since the last manned lunar landing.
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Chelen H. Johnson Jun 23
Great NYT article detailing books about the historic Apollo missions.
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Paul Geller Jun 23
“We would like to give a special thanks to all those Americans who built the spacecraft.”
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pcf Jun 23
This morning's moon. Somehow fitting that I saw CNN's documentary tonight. Hard to believe my mom and I watched it on live TV 50 years ago. How she loved the space program.
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