July 15, 2019
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It is hard to overstate the impact of Apollo 11’s first landing on the Moon. It was humanity’s
Live Webcast Event to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11's Historic Moon Landing
Monday, July 15, 2019
What was the sequence of this incredible mission? Where on the Moon did they land? And how did they return safely to Earth? Join us for a guided recreation of Apollo 11’s journey to see how this mission was executed by crew members and mission control in Houston.
This live webcast is brought to you by the American Museum of Natural History and the STAR Library Network’s NASA@ My Library program.
first step onto another world, an exciting climax to the space race, and the world’s largest
rocket at the time. It was a classic story of American ingenuity — leaving our home planet
a mere one hundred years after connecting the transcontinental railroad, and only sixty-six
years after the Wright Brothers’ first powered flight.
Commander Neil Armstrong spoke eloquently about what an honor it was for him and fellow
crew members, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, to accomplish president Kennedy’s goal of
reaching the Moon, supported by the combined efforts of four hundred thousand Americans,
by the year 1969.
This July 15th, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of that accomplishment.