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Buzz Aldrin 11h
When we splashed down after our historic mission to the Moon, John Wolfram, a diver was the first person to greet us! I still remember him smiling ear to ear! It sure felt good to see you John! Thank you!
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Frank Sinatra Aug 16
50 years ago tonight, Frank Sinatra performed at Houston’s Astrodome in a star-studded tribute to the newly-returned astronauts. After all, “Fly Me To The Moon” had been played on cassette by Buzz Aldrin on the lunar mission spacecraft...
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Buzz Aldrin Aug 21
50 years after , the time is upon us. We must continue to focus on sending humans deeper into space!
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Michael Collins Aug 17
Very proud the & patches have no names! They represent the hundreds of thousands who dedicated themselves to the space program’s success. Learn more about the making of our patch →
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Apollo 50th Aug 23
The Moon might be from 2 billion to 4.5 billion years old according to analysis of Apollo 11 samples made in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory.
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Jim Warren 🇨🇦 Aug 24
For 48 minutes the Apollo 11 command module Columbia couldn’t communicate with earth. For context that is 28 minutes longer than my teenagers can go without wifi.
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Lunar Heritage Aug 24
1st human to set foot on another celestial body naval aviator, test pilot & university professor Commander Neil Alden Armstrong died 2012“ Neil Armstrong obituary
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Apollo 50th 6h
Harry H. Hess, one of the scientists who analyzed lunar samples from Apollo 11, has died of a heart attack today. The geology professor at Princeton advanced theories of continental drift by undersea volcanic activity in 1960.
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Michael Collins Aug 16
Honored that our mission patch could lend some inspiration to . Check out the meaning behind their patch’s elements here:
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art Aug 21
Replying to @NASAKennedy
The splash down and the recovery of the crew by the navy seals through the eyes of a fascinated 6 year old boy. Well done everybody!
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Michael Collins Aug 20
You can see my Medal of Freedom on display at the along with many other wonderful artifacts. Thanks to for the loan to this exhibit!
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Jeroen Demmendaal Aug 24
Now THAT is a setting for a press conference 😎 (📸 via hero )
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Nancy Vermeulen 13h
Replying to @NancySpaceTA
(2/3) This video shows a short compilation of their space adventures: being launched with the Saturn V rocket & landing in the . A third part of the simulation (not in this footage) included flying in a commercial spaceliner 💺👌🏻.
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CONTACT LIGHT Aug 24
Today it's been 7 years without a legend. You are so missed. RIP Neil Armstrong 5.8.1930 - 25.8.2012
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Apollo 50th 21h
The Passive Seismic Experiment from Apollo 11 has stopped responding to transmitted commands from Mission Control. It is about noon on the Moon.
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MomsGuidetoPolitics Aug 23
Washington Monument,
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Buzz Aldrin 41m
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Aspect Science Aug 23
What if a space rock hit an astronaut on the moon? I decided this was a good question to ask...and made a video about it:
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The Astronot 👩‍🚀 Aug 21
The crowd watches as Saturn V lifts off during , 07/16/69. The Kennedy Space Center was established in ‘62 on Merritt Island. KSC covers 144,000 acres, consists of over 700 buildings with 13,000+ staff & since 1968 has been ’s primarily launch center.
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Jennifer Delaney 🔬🚀 8h
Remembering Neil Armstrong who left us on 25 August, 2012
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