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0...all engines running...lift-off, we have a lift-off, 32 minutes past the hour, lift-off on Apollo 11...
She's lifting beautifully into the sky, a typically beautiful Saturn V launch.
If I timed this right, 40 years ago, around the time of this posting, we sent men to the moon.
This was an historic and milestone event in Man's existence; to travel to another world and return safely.
Nothing before or since can compare to this achievement.
Yet, for some reason, as of this posting, Google - a site that commemorates everything else by changing their logo - has taken no notice of this momentous event.
That is shameful.
But, their ignorance aside, this is a glorius day and, in just four days, we will have the 40th anniversary of Neil Armstrong's first steps on a surface beyond Earth's.
Those are US flags on the Moon.