Public Invited to Kennedy Space Centre to Celebrate 45th Anniversary of Moon Landing

July 18, 2014 10:49 AM

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Public Invited to Kennedy Space Centre to Celebrate 45th Anniversary of Moon Landing

A moon landing that amazed the whole world 45 years ago will be relived on Sunday, July 20 to commemorate the day Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. NASA will replay the footage of the moon walk and also air live coverage of the Operations and Checkout building renaming ceremony of the Kennedy Space Centre. The building will be given a new name in honour of Armstrong who passed away in 2012.

The event at the Kennedy Space Centre will feature crew members of Apollo 11, namely Michael Collins, astronaut Jim Lovell and NASA administer Charles Bolden. Orbiting in their lab 260 miles above the Earth, Reid Wiseman and Steven Swanson will also take part in the event. It will air on Monday, Jul...

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