“Artist” is not a word we usually associate with astronaut Neil Armstrong. Yet a photograph taken by him 50 years ago today, “Buzz Aldrin, Moon Walk Reflection” is now in the National Gallery of Art's collection. He and fellow Apollo 11 crew member Buzz Aldrin photographed each other and their marks on the Moon using a camera specially modified for their bulky, gloved hands. 👨🚀📸 Find your Sea of Tranquility and check out “By the Light of the Silvery Moon” as we celebrate the anniversary of Apollo 11’s successful Moon landing! 🌖 #apollo50 #apollo11 #ngalunarphotographs
Fifty years ago we had the first men landing on the moon. The event was awesome and as a little child I could but not imagine my life in a new land, the moon. I cannot remember much but I thought the human beings could get any planet in the universe.
Since then men have experienced new discoveries but we have also faced difficulties.
Since I love writing and I am interested in creativity and English Language learning I could find this interesting ebook online created by using an app Story Jumper. You must read it and be inspired.
The Merriam Webster dictionary has provided some language input which is worth sharing:
Here you can listen to an interesting document online shared thanks to Listenwise:
And here is the poem by one of the greatest English romantic poets: