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transferorbit Jul 14
Margaret Hamilton, leading computer scientist & working mother, talks about being in charge of the software for the 1969 landing: ‘They worried that the men might rebel. They didn’t’
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Demian Smith Jul 13
8 of the surviving astronauts (📷:) 🚀🌖 L-R: Charles Duke/Apollo 16, Buzz Aldrin/Apollo 11, Walter Cunningham/Apollo 7, Al Worden/Apollo 15, Rusty Schweickart/Apollo 9, Harrison Schmitt/Apollo 17, Michael Collins/Apollo 11, Fred Haise/Apollo 13
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U.S. Air Force Jul 18
8 of the surviving got together for the 50th anniversary of the .
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IBM News Room Jul 16
IBM Houston programmers stand before 11 Lunar Module, looking over equations they programmed into NASA computers at the Manned Spacecraft Center
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Sundar Pichai Jul 18
Margaret Hamilton led the team that developed the onboard flight software for all of NASA’s manned missions, including the historic moon landing. We’re honoring her contributions to Apollo & software engineering with this moonlit tribute
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Authorfy Jul 16
Hands up who celebrated the 50th anniversary of the moon landing today? Don’t forget we’ve got a whole masterclass with non-fiction author, Ben Hubbard & the videos & scheme of work are PERFECT for any space-related topics 🌙🚀📚 ⭐️RT to WIN a signed copy!⭐️
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Bloomberg TicToc Jul 14
"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Relive the moment 's 11 lifted off from Earth and made history by landing on the Moon in July 1969
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Science Channel Jul 17
To the Moon and back. 🌎 The countdown begins. ⏳🌕
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Jen Carfagno Jul 19
Loved this dress (blueprint of the Apollo command module) by ! Perfect for . I will be live on from Saturday am from 8 am -1 pm edt.
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Darin157 Jul 18
ISS passing by the moon this morning. 11 Tribute!
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Matt Squair Jul 16
Watched the penultimate episode of Chasing the Moon, Susan Borman watching the Apollo 8 launch was the most intense and moving thing I have ever, ever seen. My god. Salyut to the ladies of Apollo.
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Babycup Jul 20
One Small cup for mealtime, one giant leap for childhood health!
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SPACE.com Jul 15
On July 15, 1975, the first joint space mission between the United States and the Soviet Union blasted off into orbit. They called it the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. More:
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AnaPatriciaMogollon Jul 21
Apollo 50th anniversary celebration 🎉🚀🌓🇺🇸
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Jessica Meir Jul 19
Yep, those are legends Gene Kranz and Charlie Duke! Tune in in a few minutes to NASA TV! NASA’s Giant Leaps: Past and Future. Watch online at
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Adam Savage Jul 21
I attended ’s show the other night in a tux, with one change of clothes: my A7L spacesuit. Because of course.
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Nakshatra, NIT Trichy Jul 21
That one small step for man was indeed a great leap for humanity. July 21, 1969. The day when something happened that changed space exploration forever. The legendary day when the crew of 11, set the foot on the early morning, changing the course of history.
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Spacefest 11h
Looking forward to seeing at this year! Celebrate with us August 8-11! Tickets:
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History_of_Geology 20h
All six missions between 1969-1972 collected 382 kg of Moon rocks, where are they today? 🌝🔨
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Domenico Calia Jul 21
Ever seen a photo of where you can see the astronauts face ?
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