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Tweeting Neil Armstrong facts

Today we learnt lots of facts about Neil Armstrong, then we used our class twitter account to publish them. See the twitter feed on the right of this page and read our tweets. 17 more words

Curriculum

Truth's Protective Layers

Neil Alden Armstrong (August 5, 1930 – August 25, 2012)

Oh Neil Armstrong

Why were you so wrong?

Your moon landing lies are starting to pong… 107 more words

Poetry

How Nvidia used global illumination to prove we really did land men on the moon

To kick off the launch of its new high-end Maxwell graphics chip, Nvidia used 3D imagery to debunk the moon-landing conspiracy. The graphics chip maker’s researchers did that by reconstructing the moon landing using a “globally illuminated” 3D model of the lunar lander, the moon’s surface, and the astronauts. 499 more words

Business

TNT Makes 'One Giant Leap' Into Miniseries With Neil Armstrong Project

EXCLUSIVE: For years last decade, miniseries were an essential part of TNT’s programming mix with such projects as Into The West, Salem’s Lot and… 245 more words

News

Coming up next week...

We’ve already learnt lots about Christopher Columbus. Now, here are some links to fact files about the next explorer in our ‘To Infinity And Beyond…’ project…  What can you find out about him over the weekend? 21 more words

Curriculum

WATCH: U2 on the News Events That Shaped Them

Everyone has a first memory of learning about a major news event as a child, and for U2, each band member’s personality is reflected in the specific moments that shaped and touched them while growing up. 29 more words

MARILYN'S FAVORITE YEAR - 1969

1969 was the year I learned to fly. The world was happening and I was part of it while everything changed.

Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969. 567 more words

Nostalgia