Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas | Apollo 11: "First Explorers on the Moon", National Geographic, December 1969 | REMASTERED by Dan Beaumont. FROM THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES: Sounds of the Spage Age, "From Sputnik to Lunar Landing": A supplement to the December 1969 issue of the magazine, this record plays an audio history of space exploration. Pressed on flexible vinyl, the record is narrated by astronaut Frank Borman (Gemini 7- Apollo 8) and includes audio from NASA, the United...

Apollo 11 lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin stands on the moon near the American flag during NASA's historic first manned moon landing on July 20, 1969. Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong took the photo.

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New Video Will Get You Excited for New Horizons’ Pluto Encounter (as if you already aren’t…)

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Antanas Sutkus - artist, news & exhibitions - / Antanas Sutkus , Marathon in University Street. Vilnius, 1959. , Courtesy: White Space Gallery , © Antanas Sutkus.

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FABULOUS!!!!! Must move in now. anadergretly: National Geographic Society’s Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis called on architect and designer Travis Price to construct his very own personal at-home workspace in Washington, DC.

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Flowers in a Vase with Shells and Insects Mural by Balthasar van der Ast

'Flowers In A Vase With Shells And Insects' Mural - #National #Gallery Collection | Shop stunning vintage art & Wall Murals at

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Asteroid and Comet Photos, Constellation Photos

Halley's Comet Photograph by James Balog Of the thousands of known comets in the solar system, Halley's comet is one of some 200 that are periodic. Halley's comet orbits Earth every 76 years; the next flyby will occur in 2061.

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