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# One Small Step

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Astronaut Michael Collins returns to Apollo 11 launch site 50 years to the day since mission lifted off
Collins spoke at length about his experience on the mission and about NASA’s next moon programme.
'The excitement of it was magical': How Ireland tuned in to watch Apollo 11 make history
It was in the early hours of 21 July 1969 that Irish audiences first heard Neil Armstrong’s famous words as he stepped onto the surface.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos reveals spaceship model and plans to put humans on the moon
Bezos said his space company Blue Origin will land a robotic ship the size of a small house on the moon.
Here are the bizarre items that Neil Armstrong nicked from the moon
We would do the same.
7 great debates to fight over in bed
Cheese or pie? Cake or biscuit? ‘Man’ or ‘a man’?
One small step: China lands spacecraft on the moon
It is the first time in almost four decades that a spacecraft has landed on the moon.
Saudi king says 30 women can now sit on top advisory council for first time
The 30 women will sit on the previously all-male 150-seat Shura Council which is appointed by the king to advise him on policy.
In pictures: the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969
From launch to landing: NASA archive images from the first successful manned moon landing mission.