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In 1969, July 21, the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle launched two astronauts into space. At 3.56am, American astronaut Neil Armstrong took his place in history as the first man on the moon. A moment out of this world, those fascinated with this momentous event can now reminisce the giant leap for mankind, captured in this 1969 moon landing newspaper.
- Full 1969 moon landing newspaper reprint
- First-hand content on Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin’s flight in the Eagle
- Incredible coverage on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon
- Tabloid size (38 x 31cm) man on the moon newspaper
- Look back on one of the leading moments of history
On earth, millions of viewers tuned in to watch history being made on television screens as Armstrong gingerly placed his foot on the moon’s surface. He was joined by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin 20 minutes later after Armstrong had made his first historic step. At a time-crunch, Armstrong and Aldrin completed five pivotal tasks to aid humanity’s research into outer space, an action that has since revolutionised spaceflight.
You can now discover, in incomparable detail, the event as it happened in history, with this reprinted 1969 newspaper. Reproduced in the exact condition as when it first went to print, this newspaper is ideal to look back on a pivotal moment in history.
Tabloid size reproduced man on the moon newspaper measures 38 x 31cm.