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Apollo 11

July 16-24, 1969

In July 1969, Apollo 11 executed humanity's first landing on the Moon, marking an unprecedented leap in space exploration. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the lunar surface, fulfilling a dream centuries in the making. This mission not only showcased human courage and ingenuity but also united people around the globe, proving that the bounds of exploration are limited only by our imagination. Discover how this monumental journey unfolded, from the tense landing to the iconic first steps and the legacy it left on Earth and beyond.

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Voyager 1

Sept 5, 1977

Launched in September 1977, Voyager 1's mission was to explore the outer planets, but it has since surpassed all expectations by becoming the first human-made object to enter interstellar space. On its journey, Voyager 1 has sent back stunning images of Jupiter and Saturn, revealing surprising details about their moons and rings. Now traveling in a region where the influence of our Sun gives way to the vastness of interstellar space, it continues to transmit invaluable data about the cosmos. Explore the story of this interstellar ambassador and the mysteries it seeks to unravel.

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Mars Curiosity Rover

Nov 26, 2011

Since its dramatic sky-crane landing on Mars in August 2012, the Curiosity Rover has been roving the Red Planet's Gale Crater, seeking clues about Mars' past, including the possibility of ancient life. Equipped with a mobile laboratory, Curiosity has analyzed samples of rock, soil, and air, discovering evidence of water and complex organic molecules. These findings have transformed our understanding of Mars, painting a picture of a planet that once could have supported microbial life. Join Curiosity on its quest to unlock the secrets of Mars' ancient past and what it means for the search for life beyond Earth.

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