NASA: Apollo@40 but nothing for 16 July?

by | Mar 27, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit NASA / caption: Apollo 11 anniversary but isn’t this the Earth rise Apollo 8 is famous for?  

Go here to find NASA’s Apollo 11 40th anniversary website and click through to this to find a document with the list of events to be associated with the anniversary but while 20 July is a big day in the calendar for some odd reason 16 July has nothing happening and yet that was the day the mission was launched. Watch the launch in the video below 

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