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I was on the Moon! #Apollo11 @NASA https://t.co/6Nb2cQVU32— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 21, 2018
I was in my room at International House, Berkeley; I was working on a Ph.D. at the time. It was a Sunday afternoon, if I recall aright, and I was watching on my small b&w TV set.
I don't remember where I was, unfortunately. I probably watched, but I just don't remember.
What's your PhD in?
English (Medieval). I have Tolkien to thank for the inspiration to take that on.
Crazy fact: NASA has just three people left in the astronaut corps who have piloted a vehicle in space: Eric Boe, Doug Hurley, and Butch Wilmore. They were all space shuttle pilots. No shuttle commanders remain at NASA.— Eric Berger (@SciGuySpace) July 24, 2018
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"Made a little flyaround of Ryugu using my shape-model and the latest @haya2e_jaxa image: https://t.co/LqfqabmbQw"
Just discovered this, the entire Apollo 17 mission in realtime. This team knew a thing or two about how to ship. The transcript is golden https://t.co/gCqVboVFz8— Martin Wildash (@martinwildash) August 1, 2018
It'll be an action-packed month, celestially speaking. via @natgeohttps://t.co/jmDRdcdGeF— NOVA (@novapbs) August 3, 2018
Today, retired @NASA_Langley mathematician Katherine Johnson makes her 100th trip around the Sun as she celebrates her birthday! Send her birthday wishes using #Happy100Katherine & learn about her calculations that launched @NASA_Astronauts to space : https://t.co/Iv2DqAt1LK pic.twitter.com/DVvVYnrupe— NASA (@NASA) August 26, 2018