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"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"

Neil Armstrong actually fails to say the word “a” before “man”.

Armstrong stepped on the moon on July 20th, 1969, being the first person ever to step on a planet other than the obvious one. 289 more words

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Spectacular 40 Year "Blue Marble" Anniversary Video

This is a spectacular video put together by people involved with the space program, past and present. It focuses on the implications Earth has had on humanity just by simply seeing it from above, and not within. 17 more words

Science

London Science Museum!

Guess who was at the science museum yesterday! Yes, it was a bunch of people who wanted to go there. Including me.

What you see on the left is the Apollo 10 capsule, the REAL capsule, from the “test flight” mission for the famous lunar mission. 142 more words

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The Best Job I Ever Had~Part 3

A Slice of Life

By Bill Lites

 

One of the largest assignments I was responsible for was the 1st /2nd stage separation system. This system was used in two places on the S-II stage of the Saturn V launch vehicle; to separate the first stage S-IC from the second stage S-II, and again 30 seconds later, to separate the protective S-II Interstage from around the S-II engines. 640 more words

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Gratitude, and Farewell

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Dearest Apollon, we thank You for Your presence in our lives and in our homes these past nine days.  We thank You for Your love and guidance. 184 more words

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Trip to London

My boyfriend and I went to London this weekend to see Lee Mack at the Hammersmith Apollo. I bought Niall (my boyfriend) these tickets literally this time last year as we both find Lee Mack hilarious and watch Would I Lie To You mostly for him. 442 more words

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Pharrell Named to Apollo Theater Board of Directors

Pharrell’s huge year continues as the singer/producer/sound writer is now on the Board of Directors for Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater.

I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome these six individuals to the Apollo Board. 132 more words

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