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Where Were You July 20, 1969?

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Collecting and offering stories from people who witnessed the famous day in the history of Earth, the day of the first Moon landing.

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Stories from the day of the first Moon Landing, July 20, 1969, from witnesses here on Earth. Memories from the Earthbound about Apollo 11 and the impact it had on their lives. An historical archive and time capsule preserving one day on Earth that a large portion of the population has strong reason to recal in vivid detail.

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