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Steve Pocock 28m
"Spacecraft 107, alias Apollo 11, alias โ€œColumbia,โ€ the finest ship to come down the line, God bless her. Michael Collins, CMP"
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John Bell ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ”ถ 20h
Slightly tatty after 50 years!
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NASA History Office Aug 16
"This is our theme song." As part of the Apollo 11 celebrations in Houston, Frank Sinatra sang "Fly Me to the Moon" at the Astrodome 50 years ago today. The crew stood backstage, while 45,000 sat in the stadium. Watch the performance, courtesy of :
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Rick N. Tumlinson 15h
Future Virgin Galactic passenger: The new space race 'isn't a race at all'
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Young Astronaut Program 8h
In commemoration of Apollo 11 50th Anniversary !
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justmebrie Aug 18
So grateful I got to see Frances "Poppy" Northcutt speak at NASA yesterday. She only a return to earth specialist on the Apollo missions, and received the presidential medal of freedom for her work on Apollo 13. She is also a criminal defense atty (death certified).
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National Museum of Bermuda 17h
2019 marks the . 50 Bermudians were employed by the tracking station in , including Clarence Sommner, an electronic technician. If you/a relative worked at or have related photographs/artifacts, please contact curator@nmb.bm. We want to hear your story.
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Michelle McConahy Sheetz Aug 17
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Space Lectures Aug 17
Happy Birthday 86 today! Gene Kranz an American aerospace engineer, a former fighter pilot, and a retired NASA Flight Director and manager. Kranz served as NASA's second Chief Flight Director, directing missions of the Gemini and Apollo programs.
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Matt Aug 16
Itโ€™s a bit of a desolate place here! But how did I get here? Going to need some sort of wheels I guess...
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Dee Aug 15
aaaahhh i want all of them ๐Ÿ˜ญโค
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Lloyd Christmas 6h
No matter how many times I watch Apollo 13 I just think it might change and will make it to the moon!
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Gio Pagliari ๐Ÿš—โœˆ๏ธ๐Ÿš€๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒž๐Ÿ”ญ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“Š 21h
โ€œthis particular rock likely landed on the moon after an asteroid hit the Earth and launched it into space.โ€
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S_Galimberti Aug 18
Map showing the Apollo Moon landings ahead of the
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ศ โ‚ณโ‚ฎฤฆศบโ‚ฆ ฤฆษ„เธฟษƒโ‚ณษŒร Aug 18
Man this is a cool coffee mug, thanks !
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Gio Pagliari ๐Ÿš—โœˆ๏ธ๐Ÿš€๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒž๐Ÿ”ญ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“Š Aug 17
moon rock sample 10046 being studied in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory August 1969 Video from : PDF:
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Tushna Commissariat Aug 16
To celebrate the latest issue of with an article by Rahul Mandal, we had a bake-off at work, and I made a Moon cake! Footprint not to scale!
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TennesseeRiverkeeper Aug 15
"How A Collapse at Wheeler Dam on the Almost Delayed the Apollo 11 Launch" --
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N1KSC Aug 15
Not bad for our launch to splashdown event. Please be patient as we get the special QSL cards out.
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NASA History Office Aug 15
The Apollo 11 astronauts weren't the only ones traveling across the country after quarantine. in 1969, the command module was loaded into the "Super Guppy" at to go to Downey, California.
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