International Observe the Moon Night

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Eyes to the skies, humans! On Saturday, Sept. 26, we are celebrating International #ObserveTheMoon Night with Earthโ€™s very best friend: the Moon ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ›๐ŸŒš ย Join us live for tips on photographing the Moon, a look at our missions exploring the Moon, and #AskNASA Q&A’s with lunar scientists. ย More: https://moon.nasa.gov/observe

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  1. Avevo 2 anni e nella campagna di mioglia , in un estate di fine anni 60 , nei miei anni di bambino , si concretizzava un sogno , il primo uomo sulla luna . in quell" anno mio nonno si era sistemato in campagna per curare i suoi problemi di cuore , che si conclusero con l installazione di un pacemaker…….tutto il paee seguiva la televisione e con rudimentali binocoli ,…..cercava di ….vedere gli uomini sulla luna . …..oggi solo rimpianti …….

  2. Every one shouldn't use dog carriages. I invented "Dog Barkbox wheelers"! Amazing how it can go automatically and has sun shades tint windows! Go futuristic! And also a spinning fans just click it on your smartphone to say open or go! It's also has security cameras for your kids or elders go outside! Jump in! Love from Goddess Morgan

  3. Thank you NASA for the opportunity!
    4:17:52 I spoke in the Central Australian first nations language of Western Arrernte! ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

    Saying "Hello, My name is Marcellus. I observe the Moon, from Alice Springs, Central Australia".

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