Happy National Moon Day!

Celebrate the achievements that put man on the Moon for #NationalMoonDay!

The spaceflight Apollo 11 carried Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilots, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, to the moon for the first time. In 1971, then US President Richard Nixon proclaimed July 20 as National Moon Day to honour the anniversary of man’s first moon landing.

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