Popular people on Saturday commemorated the 50 th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Buzz Aldrin, a pilot on the Apollo 11 objective to the moon on July 20, 1969, assessed the experience on Twitter, stating it was a ‘historical chance.”
“Recalling, landing on the moon wasn’t simply our task, it was a historical chance to show to the world America’s can-do spirit,” Aldrin tweeted “I’m happy to serve the nation that offered me this historical chance. Today comes from you. We need to hold the memory of #Apollo11 close.”
Others, from stars to political leaders, signed up with Aldrin in honoring the day.
Previous “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston stated it was “the most fantastic thing ever” that it’s been 50 years given that the moon landing. Cranston depicted Aldrin in the 1998 miniseries, “From the Earth to the Moon.”
“United States” star Lupita Nyong’ o shared some fan art for the event.
Famous astrophysist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who hosts Fox’s “Universe,” invested Saturday early morning providing a history lesson on Twitter.
President Trump shared a video commemorating the anniversary, while previous President Barack Obama highlighted the future.
Vice President Mike Pence shared pictures of his see with Aldrin and Rick Armstrong, kid of the very first individual to stroll on the moon as part of the Apollo 11 objective, Neil Armstrong.
Other political leaders, such as 2020 Deomocratic governmental candidates Beto O’Rourke and Julián Castro, likewise chimed in.