If you’ve been following Twitchy this week you’ve seen all the hot takes on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The Washington Post let us know the whole event was pretty white and male (except for all the women involved), and The New York Times weighed in on how the Soviet Union’s space program was much more diverse in both race and gender.

Then The Nation chimed in with the question, “Is spaceflight colonialism?” and wondered if Neil Armstrong’s “giant leap for mankind” helped perpetuate inequality on Earth and beyond.

Who wants another shot before the anniversary passes? How about you, Neil deGrasse Tyson?

What’s the giant bird supposed to represent? We know we’ve seen it before somewhere … on U.S. currency, maybe?

Whoa, is that an American flag on his spacesuit?


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