Armstrong''s famous words "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" was heard around the world, as millions watched the scenes unfold on their televisions.
Were you alive when this event happened? Do you remember it? Did you watch it on TV?
I was in high-school in 1969 and our science lab was the only classroom with a TV. I remember that the television ran the whole day at school and we were allowed to go in and watch. Mostly it was a lot of scenes of Neil and Buzz bouncing around on the moon, but it was still fascinating, and indeed a great leap forward in space exploration and a significant event in world history.
And a couple of my own moon photos.... taken during a total lunar eclipse on 31 January 2018.
There is lots on the net about the moon landing:
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