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  1. boatshewsd2

    Our Moon Men...

    :2c: ,,,and, yes, they belong to all of us: https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/eagle-has-landed-remembering-apollo-11-moon-mission-ncsl892566 :E: :E: :E:
  2. boatshewsd2

    Untethered - and Unforgettable...

    :2c: :( Some sad news to report (in a year that's seen far too much), and scarcely a year since we lost John Glenn... Every astronaut who's ever had the truly-cosmic experience of flying untethered in space, owes one to astronaut Bruce McCandless, who performed it first...and who has just...
  3. boatshewsd2

    Upon The Shoulders Of Giants...

    :2c: As this July 20/21 reminds us, Moonbase Alpha stood upon the shoulders of giants - for Space: 1999 was conceived in the immediate afterglow (moonglow?) of the historic Project Apollo missions that took mankind to the surface of the Moon. (And, don't we all remember where we were? Yes!)...
  4. boatshewsd2

    This Day, 1969...

    :2c: So much seems to be wrong with the world today, doesn't it? Well - take a moment to look up at tonight's Full Moon (whatever time zone you're in), and remember what went gloriously right! Still in awe...
  5. boatshewsd2

    Today...

    :2c: A picture still worth a thousand words... http://ww1.hdnux.com/photos/34/50/32/7505536/3/628x471.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tranquility_Base
  6. boatshewsd2

    The First Eagle...

    :2c: What with all of the dreadful, even horrific, events swirling around this old globe of ours...if ever there was a time for looking up - literally - today would be it. Be it July 20 or July 21 - whichever side of the Date Line you're on - do you remember where you were, 45 years ago? For...
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