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NASA would like you to record memories of the first Moon landing

NASA would like you to record memories of the first Moon landing
Numan Rasheed
Written by Numan Rasheed

If you remember that when the man stepped on the moon for the first time in the summer of 1969, you were saying what you were and what you were doing.

The space agency is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 earthquake on July 20. It wants to record NASA’s response to its preparation. It is obvious that these people will be able to record the same people who had an understanding of 1969.

NASA will share all this recording with your social media accounts.
The memories of people directly related to the Apollo 11 mission have already been recorded. NASA has a large collection of interviews with such people. There are 106 pages of an interview by Neil Armstrong. Vanessa has started a new project for those who were not directly related to this mission, but these days The people were watching this event like humans.

NASA says 530 million people saw the scene of a human being. Some of them will be very small to remember something and have died in many five decades. Many people will remember that incident.

If you have to record your memories about NASA’s Apollo 11 mission then click here to start the instructions and start recording the questions with the smartphone. Then record your name and address with the address to apollostories@mail.nasa.gov.

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Numan Rasheed

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