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50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing!

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50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing!

CollieSmile Uploaded on: July 20, 2019
Uploaded by: CollieSmile
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Gallery: Space
Category: Moons
Total Downloads: 411

Total Comments: 6

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UniversalExplorer
Posted by UniversalExplorer on 07/25/19 at 12:20 AM
Why can't it be 'One giant leap for humankind? Great photo, by the way. 8)
CatContentInBasket
Posted by CatContentInBasket on 07/24/19 at 04:14 AM
I'm just a tad too young to remember .
MidnightMoonlight
Posted by MidnightMoonlight on 07/22/19 at 10:48 AM
Well I guess i'm the oldest, I was 17, just graduated high school and landed my first full time job as a billing clerk (before the computer age) haha. I saw it on the news the following day but was in shut eye at that time of night zzzzz's.
When I was in the Eight Grade I remember watching Gemini in Science Class (Mr. Lacatina) on television. :)
taunteanna
Posted by taunteanna on 07/22/19 at 08:43 AM
I was 13 and didn’t watch it. I knew about it but I never got into it.
shayna
Posted by shayna on 07/21/19 at 09:22 AM
one giant leap for mankind
Gibsonfan
Posted by Gibsonfan on 07/21/19 at 08:28 AM
Yes I watched it on tv i was at home with a few of my friends my parents had gone on vacation so we were having a great time listening to our music but we were all watching as Armstrong took his first steps on the Lunar surface a great historic moment I think:)