Celebrating “Moon Day”

Experience this historic day in a virtual way!

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Today is the 47th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.  Since the headlines don’t even mention this monumental occasion today, I wanted to share it here.

If you would like to relive the first moon landing in a virtual way, why not open the “Relive Apollo 11” Twitter page from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and follow along as you can throughout the day?

While I’m not a fan of Twitter in general anymore, feeds like this one are actually a lot of fun and share this history in such a creative way.  Every year now, the “Relive Apollo 11” Twitter feed shares this memorable event in a “real time” way, taking us back to events as they happened over those historic days.  Today would be a great day to follow along, since the moon landing actually occurred on this day.

I’m following along and hope you can, too!  Here’s the website! 😀

 

Author: DK

Blogger at My Five Fs (Faith - Family - Food - Fotos - Fun) and Animal Wonder. Empty-nester that now shares life with my hubby and our two standard poodles. Enjoys camping in our RV, taking and editing photos, trying new low-carb recipes, baking pretty decorated cookies for special occasions, walking daily, spending time with family and friends when we can, playing with the dogs, and is grateful to God for every single day of this blessed life and for the opportunity to share and connect with some great people here.

5 thoughts on “Celebrating “Moon Day””

  1. LOL — I doubt many people have the same association with Moon Day that I do. WE were just newly married and I always associate it with our first apartment which was a little tarpaper shack hole-in-the-wall place on the South Side of Chicago! I remember watching it on the 12” TV that we bought just for that purpose with money we couldn’t afford to spend…. But we sat on the edge of the bed enthralled!

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    1. That’s a great story! I always love hearing where other people were at the time and to hear their respective experiences. Glad you were able to buy the little television to watch it, for sure. 🙂

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