It was 50 years ago in the twinkling of an eye.
"one small step for an individual, one big step for mankind", I believe everyone is familiar with this sentence.
on July 20, 1969, it was the day when man first landed on the moon. This year, the event will mark its 50th anniversary. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the United States Postal Service announced on March 20 that two new commemorative stamps would be issued.
(photo source: the Postal Service)
the stamp on the left uses a picture of astronaut Buzz Aldrin (Buzz Aldrin) on the lunar surface. Aldrin, like Neil Armstrong, was the astronaut on the Apollo 11 moon mission. He was the second man to land on the moon and the first man to return to Earth from the moon. This picture was taken by Armstrong.
the face of the stamp on the right is a picture of the moon, with dots marking the landing site of Apollo 11, Jinghai (Sea of Tranquility). This photo was taken in 2010 by astronomy enthusiast Gregory Revera.
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the exact release time of the new commemorative stamps has not yet been announced, so if you are interested in collecting, please pay attention to the follow-up information.
, the following is the real point: the Rainbow Band has a song called Jing Jing Hai Hai, whose title comes from Jinghai on the moon. In order to find a place for this song, I decided to post the above message
(the cover picture is also Buzz Aldrin walking on the surface of the moon)