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Apollo 11 Signed book Aldrin,Collins,Armstrong First on the Moon

Signed book: First on the Moon. First edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1970. Hardcover with dust jacket, 6.25 x 9.5, 434 pages. Signed and inscribed on the half-title page, “To Stephen Antosy—with best wishes, Neil Armstrong,” “Buzz Aldrin,” and “M. 91 more words

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You Can Outrun the Devil but You Can't Outrun Time

I love watches, particularly those that have history. I have spent an almost immeasurable amount of time on Ben Clymer’s HODINKEE and I can say with some certainty that it has greatly improved my appreciation of Horology (yes, I learnt the word Horology from HODINKEE as well). 1,134 more words


To Infinity And cetera....

I’m still riding high on the whole Rosetta/Philae thing, so in the spirit of this little item from the Book of Face…

…I’m making free with the online bounty of British Pathé newsreels for a look back at some other notable achievements in space flight. 92 more words


Good job, Philae lander

As an American baby boomer who came of age during the Space Race, I am in absolute awe of the picture I saw this morning. 178 more words

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Last year's web assignment; Biography webpage - Neil Armstrong

Last year for my first Web Technologies module I had to create a biographical webpage about a famous person, in my case I picked Neil Armstrong. 56 more words

"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