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The Met Aug 17
Check out these daguerreotypes from the 1850s by Antoine-François-Jean Claudet and John Adams Whipple. 📸 🌙 Both artists are credited for capturing some of the earliest photographs of the moon.
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Michael Collins Aug 13
50 years ago today we made it out of quarantine!
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Michael Collins Aug 15
One of our first interviews post-quarantine. Full video: 🎥:
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Michael Collins Aug 13
New York! Chicago! LA! What a day! Thanks for the warm welcome home, fifty years ago today. 📷:
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Michael Collins Aug 13
In honor of us? It was our honor to be invited.
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Apollo 50th Aug 21
The Apollo 12 Space Vehicle has completed the OAT (Overall Test) No. 1 (Plugs In) today.
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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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CONTACT LIGHT Aug 20
Fifty years ago astronauts walked on the moon for the first time. Apollo 11’s success—just 66 years after the Wright brothers’ first flight—showcased humankind’s moxie and ingenuity.
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Apollo 50th Aug 22
"Now that we know we can and will do this thing does it make any difference in the eons of time yet to come when we do it? Fifty years from now might we not have developed far cheaper and more efficient ways to do it?" Richard Wilson today on landing humans on Mars.
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National Air and Space Museum Aug 5
Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong was born on this day in 1930. He was a NASA test pilot, the command pilot of Gemini 8, the first human to walk on the Moon, and an inspiration of millions around the world:
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Daniel Hoy Aug 20
After months of planning, preparation and presentation of dozens of and Universe of Stories presentations, I’ve taken four weeks off (Branson trip, Spacefest, exploring Utah) wrapping up with today’s Snow Canyon sunset. Home soon!
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National Air and Space Museum Aug 13
50 years ago today, the astronauts were given a heroes' welcome in New York City with a ticker-tape parade through the Canyon of Heroes. It was reported that a record tonnage of paper was dropped by enthusiastic citizens during the parade.
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Apollo 50th Aug 18
Analysis of a square foot of foil from the Solar Wind Experiment using a spectrometer will take several weeks according to Dr. Johannes Geiss. The Swiss physicist is the originator of the experiment which was designed to capture atomic particles from the Sun.
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Apollo 50th Aug 21
Victor Cohn in Washington Post has reported today that every scientist-astronaut except one had been removed from the lunar landing training list at NASA. Aside from Harrison Schmitt, the remainder have been supposedly assigned to Apollo Applications.
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Terry Virts Aug 5
On 89th Birthday of Neil Armstrong We Commemorate the Man Who First Set Foot On The Moon. He was an inspiration to me and all of us.
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Apollo 50th Aug 19
Chester M. Lee has been selected as Apollo Mission Director, NASA announced today. He succeeds George Hage who has been appointed as vice president at Boeing Company.
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James Boxall Aug 17
I just got a hold of 50yrs of diaries from grandmother. This one entry stood out amazing to one persons records ...
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Towns Research Group Aug 21
First day of class shared the pods I listen to walking to work. Uncertain about Heisenberg? Listen to The Bastard Brigade on AHTellers. @lindsayagrahm
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Reepal Kariya Aug 21
50 years....Memory from my Stamp Collection.....
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CONTACT LIGHT Aug 20
'Roger, Twan...' Capcom Charles Duke: "Roger, Twan... [correcting himself] Tranquility. We copy you on the ground. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot."
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