50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch

The moment Ohioan Neil Armstrong hit the moon's surface still lives on through the Armstrong Air and Space Museum in his hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio.
0:49 | 07/17/19

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I'm only read here and want I think that Al Ohio or Apollo eleven festivities are under way hundreds of people are here on the anniversary outside they're doing model rocket launches on the exact. The minute a big moments for Apollo eleven. Inside are doing shows and people gonna take a lot to the life of Neil Armstrong any other astronauts who work. The first on the noon. While they watched a moment on TV fifty years ago a lot of people here are just now getting an idea of what life was really like up there on the net and nice scenic capsules pieces of technology and even some of the things the astronauts brought on boring. A lot of people I talk to here say they want some only fifty years ago today. And they simply the proudest moments they've ever had that America Online every here and want there Ohio for ABC news and I haven't.

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