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And 'all day from one side we hear news about the fact that today, 20 July 2009, use the 40 years of landing on the moon.

But are we really safe? No, I do not mean the usual pizza served up in the various plots which deny the fact that it was possible to get off the Moon "about" 40 years ago, but offer a small them.

From Wikipedia that

Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the Moon as the commander of the American mission Apollo 11 by first setting foot on the Moon at 02:56 UTC on July 21, 1969

Hey Hey .... Here is something that is wrong. The 40th anniversary of the landing on the moon is tomorrow and not today. Moreover, since 1969, was already in use DST, which means that in Italy, the 40 years must be celebrated at 04:56 on July 21, 2009.

The United States was still July 20, is a fact irrelevant. Consider: to celebrate the New Year we rely on a U.S. time zone or ours?

This consideration is a fundamental fact also because two hours after landing at 06:19 on 21 July 1969 and landed on this earth your captain

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4 Responses to "40 years after landing on the moon. But are we really safe? "

  • Hello,
    Here is the party to make 20 for the reason that you explained yourself.
    Unlike the New Year, since the landing after all, a purely American event wander out of alignment from their days would be absurd.
    Alain

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  • Emiliano Bruni writes:

    By "here" you mean the USA? It seems logical for them the festeggino 20. However I do not think that, for Armstrong, the event was purely American. ... He was not speaking of a "giant leap for mankind"? :-D

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  • Ste73 wrote:

    I guess that is a mistake. In the link showing the Wikipedia reference is the time the support of the foot of Armstrong on the moon, but the ship was resting on the floor long before, at 20:17:40 UTC, according to wikipedia: http://it .wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_11
    Very well, never mind, I wish you the same ;)

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  • Emiliano Bruni writes:

    Yes, but not 40 years from touchdown of a spacecraft on the moon thing that had happened in other previous missions. The 40 are from landing on the moon then, the key moment is when they are not parties when roach are or when they returned but when he was rested the first foot on the Moon

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