Monday, July 20, 2009

One small step

It was forty years ago today that we watched Neil Armstrong take that first step on the moon.

It was one of those "where were you when..." moments in history.

For me I can remember the whole primary school crowding into the general Purpose (GP) room and watching (or trying to watch) the moon landing on a small black and white television.

This morning on the news I was watching the re-mastered film of the moon landing and it bought back some memories and had me heading for the library catalogue to read about that moon landing, that moon walk, and those astronauts.

The library has lots of information about the Space program, if you're interested just head over to the library catalogue and have a look. We have books and dvds to suit a range of ages and interests.

Where were you when man first walked on the moon?

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