Clyde Butcher: Moon Shots from Earth 2019 Calendar

Celebrating the 50 year anniversary of mankind's first steps on the lunar surface.

Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped off the lunar landing module 'Eagle' to become the first humans to walk on the surface of the moon. This amazing scientific, engineering, and political achievement took the efforts of an estimated 400,000 Americans and secured the country as the world's leader in science. To celebrate the anniversary of this amazing event, Clyde Butcher has gathered the best of his moon photographs for this calendar, along with one special image taken in 1998 when John Glenn, at 77 years old, became the oldest man to travel into space.

A 12 month, 2019 calendar for wall-hanging. Measures 14 inches x 20 inches when hanging, 14 inches by 10 inches otherwise. Spiral binding.

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