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THEBLACKSTRAT Aug 20
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Brad Dardaganian Aug 16
The recent anniversary of the Apollo missions has had me curious and fascinated with the night sky. Got the digital SLR out for some pictures (the iPhone just won’t do).
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Lunar Heritage Aug 16
🎉Wishing a very to scientist & b 1936 🎉 Margaret Hamilton: ‘They worried that the men might rebel. They didn’t’
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John Qjn Aug 20
Just got back from the planetarium visit. AMAZING!!! It's worth coming to Nagoya for. (no cameras allowed, and too dark for it anyway).
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Lj the Knight Aug 18
We had a blast at Rocket Fever yesterday @ Columbia Memorial Space Center
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Degrassi High Aug 19
For Apollo 11 Michael Collins Wasn’t on the Moon. But His Coffee Was Warm. By Kenneth Chang, photo of Michael Collins by Krista Schlueter
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Gravitation Innovation Aug 16
Time connect Space. APOLLO 50th: An augmented reality clock and Saturn V AR metal model.
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Connie Ann Kirk 📝🌺🌳🌼☘ Aug 20
Truth! Has to be my favorite website in a long, long time. Amazing work by . I had the page open non-stop all during "moon" week in July, celebrating in "real time." Relived it minute-by-minute -- transported! 🌛🚀💫👍
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RAW⭐️#Q⭐️Boswin 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 2h
Replying to @QTAnon1 @POTUS
Clearly we should go back, if not just to try out those FAB Transparent SpaceSuits!   Has it been 50 years already?  
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aenedrat Aug 20
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art Aug 20
Everything went well, exept for the 1202 and 1201 alarm... and were a little bit under stress while had a pulse of 156 at the time of the landing. See
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art Aug 20
The best website in the world is It's so cool! I could spend all day long with this terrific tool! Many thanks to
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Arthropunk!🤘🐜 Aug 19
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Natasha Cates Aug 19
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art Aug 18
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art Aug 18
The crew members of , Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin , belong to the few remaining astronauts knowing how to operate the DSKY.
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art Aug 18
The technology that made the mission possible was state of the art in computer science. The interface to the Apollo Guidance Computer was called DSKY (from display and keyboard).
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art Aug 18
It's a privilege to live in the same decades as the pioneers of this great achievements did. It was a giant leap indeed!
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art Aug 18
Gute Dokumentationen zur Mission fanden wir im Buch von James Donovan und im Sonderheft Mondlandung des Magazins History Life.
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