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Rick Armstrong threw the first pitch & the @astros  scored 11 runs: The best way to top off #Apollo50th  commemorations at NASA Night! We love sharing our giant leaps with you, Space City. 🌟 Thanks for remembering #Apollo11  with us & looking forward to the Moon with #Artemis !

“It’s six small steps for a pig; six giant leaps for pigkind”.. @TheSun 

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50 years ago today, the world watched as astronauts set foot on the lunar surface for the first time. This #Apollo50th  we celebrate one small step, and the giant leaps we continue to achieve:

Did your family spend the weekend celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon? Keep inspiring your little one's small steps and giant leaps with this list of moon-themed reads for kids 2-8! #apollo50 

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Thankful the #Apollo11  landing went a lot better than this crew's did... As we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing yesterday, here's to a future filled with giant leaps! #MoonDay  #MoonLanding 

So on this eve of one of our most incredible human achievements, I hope we'll take our giant leaps on the next ones, the ones to save our planet, to build a world together that includes all of us

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Letters: One small step for man began with giant leaps of faith of many (7/20/19)

David Bowie’s "Space Oddity" and the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Turn 50 This Month: Celebrate Two Giant Leaps That Took Place 9 Days Apart

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Opinion: Letters: One small step for man began with giant leaps of faith of many (7/20/19)

I remember watching the #Apollo11  moon landing from a small black and white television 50 years ago. This monumental feat is a reminder that small steps of hard work do lead to giant leaps of success. #Apollo50th 

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For our #Apollo50th  anniversary, we’re saluting our heroes & looking forward to new frontiers! 🌑 Tune in Friday, July 19 at 1 pm ET for “NASA's Giant Leaps: Past and Future” featuring Apollo explorers, current astronauts, guest host Adam Savage & more:

Giant leaps are not made by astronauts alone. #Apollo11  was successful thanks to the hard work of more than 400,000 people and the support of our country . Now, learn about the teams that will take us back to the Moon:

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Today, we celebrate #Apollo50th  and look forward to the future of human spaceflight! We'll go live from @NASAKennedy , historic Mission Control, Neil Armstrong's hometown and more. 1pm ET - NASA's Giant Leaps 3pm ET - @NASAedu  Forward to the MoonWatch:

T-1 days til launch! Before liftoff to the space station on the anniversary of #Apollo11 's “giant leap for mankind,” @AstroDrewMorgan  was making his own giant leaps out of airplanes at West Point and in the U.S. Army. #FollowFriday 

As Neil Armstrong 👨🏻‍🚀 and Buzz Aldrin 👨🏻‍🚀 were preparing to land on the Moon, our home planet 🌍 was shining in the darkness of space. We were there, together, watching with bated breath as humanity took its giant leaps. #Apollo50th  🚀

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Scenes from “NASA’s Giant Leaps: Past and Future," live TV program. @NASA  & the world are recognizing the #Apollo50th  anniversary, in which astronauts Armstrong, Collins, and Aldrin crewed the 1st mission to land astronauts on the Moon. 📸:

We are less than 30 minutes away from our #Apollo50th  broadcast featuring live shots from all over the country. Tune in at 1 p.m. ET to learn about @NASA 's giant leaps, both past and future:

"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” On July 20, 1969, the world watched as Neil Armstrong spoke these famous words as he became the first person to walk on the moon. Join us tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET as we celebrate our giant leaps:

Looks to us like the will be in on March 13. , would you and your teammates want to learn about the giant leaps that started and continue here? We think a tour to see the Moon rocks might be a blast!

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