I was 15, and on vacation in Italy with my mom and younger brother. we were sitting in a small restaurant at about 8:30 at night, listening to the moon landing on my Sears shortwave radio. Everybody there was silent as the landing progressed, and cheered once it was successful. Pretty amazing for a kid away from home.--Matthew Chao
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On 7/14/2019 1:35 AM, Colin Howard wrote:
I am old enough to have watched the landing at halfpast three in the morning
of 21 July 1969, on a small black-and-white 405-line tv set.
If it be the Lord's will to allow me to remain living on the Earth, I reach
70 years of age on 27 July.
On Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000, "Dane Trethowan"
-Subject: [all-audio] Documentary: Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World
-From: "Dane Trethowan" <grtdane@...>
-Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:53:17 +1000
-I'm watching this documentary right now as recorded by my Silicondust TV
-Tuner and Plex Media Server software so though I'd share it with you all
-hope it brings back memories for some and perhaps is a field of discovery
-for others like me who just aren't old enough to remember the amazing
-of that time.
-This video was recorded and uploaded as is from live Free To Air Australian
-Television and is fairly large in size.
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