I could watch this a hundred times. So cool https://t.co/eVwqseuSga
— Ron Fortier (@RonFortier) July 20, 2016
It was 47 years ago today that hundreds of millions of people were on the edge of their seats as Apollo 11 landed softly and safely on the surface of the moon.
For the past few days, the second man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin, has shared pictures and video leading up to today’s anniversary of the first moon landing:
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 16, 2016
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 18, 2016
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 19, 2016
BUZZ "Contact light. Ok engine stop."
NEIL "Houston, Tranquility base here. The Eagle has landed." pic.twitter.com/bL8NngYaHW
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 20, 2016
That never ceases to amaze and inspire awe.
One of the joyous memories of my life. Can't imagine what it means to you. Thanks! https://t.co/TXukrO61tN
— You Don't Say (@TheFakeMarkL) July 20, 2016
What an accomplishment. You guys are true heroes. Proud to have been able to watch history made all those years ago. https://t.co/Be0nU0DaqD
— Edward Downing (@EdwardCDowning) July 20, 2016
You went for all of us, and we are grateful https://t.co/NZK6qrnZkv
— HolliesHobbies (@hsrivney) July 20, 2016
47 Years ago today "We came in peace for all mankind". Something to remember with everything that's going on. https://t.co/BOYy84scXM
— Chris (@evilkrumpis) July 20, 2016
Still to this day. Incredible. https://t.co/TQaM5tZAOL
— William deVry (@WilliamdeVry1) July 20, 2016