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A telescopic trip to the Moon

A backyard scope can take you to Tranquillity Base.
RELATED TOPICS: MOON | APOLLO
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Where were you on July 20, 1969, when Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong made his giant leap for mankind? If you’re like most of the world’s population, you weren’t even alive. It’s hard to believe that people who are old enough to appreciate the magnitude of humanity’s first Moon landing are now at least in their mid to late 50s.

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