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Mar 9, 2011

View a Horoscope of the First Moon Landing

Update 6:00 pm est: Alex D'Atria of GOP Astrology has sent along the coordinates for the First Moon Landing from NASA's Apollo info for those who are interested:

Apollo 11 (Columbia and Eagle)
Saturn V (AS-506, SM-107, CM-107, LM-5)
July 16-24, 1969
Neil A. Armstrong (commander), Michael Collins (CM pilot), Edwin E. (Buzz) Aldrin Jr. (LM pilot)

08 days, 03 hours, 18 minutes
First manned lunar landing mission and lunar surface EVA.

"Houston, Tranquility base here. The eagle has landed."
- July 20th, 1969

Landing site: Sea of Tranquility; Landing Coordinates: 0.71 degrees North, 23.63 degrees East

1 EVA of 02 hours, 31 minutes. Flag and instruments deployed; unveiled plaque on the LM descent stage with inscription: "Here Men From Planet Earth First Set Foot Upon the Moon. July 1969 A.D. We Came In Peace For All Mankind." Lunar surface stay time 21.6 hours; 59.5 hours in lunar orbit, with 30 orbits. LM ascent stage left in lunar orbit. 20kg (44 lbs) of material gathered.

Source: Apollo flight summary.

Original post begins here:

With the space shuttle Discovery landing from its last mission around midday today, my post on the Horoscope of the First Moon Landing (July 20, 1969) has suddenly become popular. The chart is set for Washington DC but you may wish to recalculate it for Cape Kennedy, Florida - or for the surface of Earth's Moon, if you have the coordinates. Plus, I suppose a Heliocentric horoscope for the landing could be interesting, too.

And perhaps you've already put in your bid to house one of the retired NASA shuttles? One may be on display soon at a museum near you!

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