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Science Museum 40m
'Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.' - in 1969 at 8:17pm UTC the Apollo 11 Lunar Module became the 1st crewed spacecraft to land on the Moon's surface 📸 Freeman Films Celebrate with our free festival
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Science Museum 7h
To celebrate our curator Doug Millard gave the a tour of all things space in the museum. You can see this piece of Moon rock brought back by the Apollo 15 crew in our Exploring Space gallery 🌒
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Macmillan Children's Jul 19
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing we’re giving away 10 First Explorers: Moon Landing in association with the . Follow + retweet before midnight on 21 July to for the chance to win. UK only 18+ full terms:
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Science Museum 12h
What if the Soviet hammer & sickle had been the 1st flag on the Moon rather than the Stars & Stripes? Science Director continues to explore the Space Race with a look at Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov’s race to be the 1st man on the Moon
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Science Museum 12h
In 2016 Science Director spoke to Apollo 11 lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin about the final moments before landing on the Moon when he feared the spacecraft would run out of fuel. Read more & watch the interview here: 📸 NASA
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Science Museum Jul 19
In a newly released interview filmed here in 2016 tells his story of the first Moon landing and describes his fear in those final moments when the spacecraft almost ran out of fuel. Watch the full interview here:
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Science Museum Jul 19
The Soyuz TMA-19M that brought Tim Peake safely back to Earth from the International Space Station is on display in our Exploring Space gallery! 🚀 Discover the capsule and more space objects this summer with our space trail:
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Science Museum Jul 19
Replying to @ticketlabUK
Nice one! eeS uoy noos! 🔎
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Science Museum Jul 19
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ees uoy noos! 🕵🏾‍♂️
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Science Museum Jul 19
To celebrate our curator Doug Millard gave the a tour of our Exploring Space gallery starting with a space nappy! Discover more in this thread 👇
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Science Museum Jul 19
School’s out for summer! ☀️ this July and August and explore our inspiring new season of free exhibitions, events and workshops with the whole family. If you just fancy a wander around check out our family trails to get started:
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Simon Lucas Jul 18
I’ve been watching 50th anniversaries documentaries of the Apollo 11 moon landing all week but have to say the IMAX movie showing at the in London is just spectacular! So much footage I’d never seen before! Can highly recommend it! 🚀🌑
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Science Museum Jul 18
🌊 It may look like the inside of the Tardis, but this machine helped change our understanding of the oceans 🧮 Explore how
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Science Museum Jul 18
In a newly released interview filmed here in 2016 tells his story of the first Moon landing and describes his fear in those final moments when the spacecraft almost ran out of fuel.
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BBC Jul 18
How do you pee in space? A thread. Here are some excellent space travel facts to celebrate the Moon landing, with curator Doug Millard.
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Science Museum Jul 18
In a newly released interview filmed here in 2016 tells his story of the first Moon landing and describes his fear in those final moments when the spacecraft almost ran out of fuel.
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Alice Gorman Jul 17
Astronaut handwriting on the ApolloCommand Module Simulator, 1966.
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Science Museum Jul 17
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Science Museum Jul 17
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You can indeed. Here's a stunning model of the human brain made in France in the early 1800s
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Science Museum Jul 17
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Here's Helen Sharman's spacesuit just for you. Helen became the first Brit in space when she flew to the Mir space station in 1991
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