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Astronaut 'Graffiti' Seen for The First Time In Decades

wfae.org — One of the world's most famous and oldest spacecraft is revealing some of its past. Apollo 11 was the first mission to land humans on the moon in 1969. As Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the lunar surface, Michael Collins circled above in the command module called Columbia.

Astronaut 'Graffiti' Seen for The First Time In Decades

wesa.fm — One of the world's most famous and oldest spacecraft is revealing some of its past. Apollo 11 was the first mission to land humans on the moon in 1969. As Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the lunar surface, Michael Collins circled above in the command module called Columbia.

Astronaut 'Graffiti' Seen for The First Time In Decades

npr.org — One of the world's most famous and oldest spacecraft is revealing some of its past. Apollo 11 was the first mission to land humans on the moon in 1969. As Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the lunar surface, Michael Collins circled above in the command module called Columbia.

Tuscaloosa Talks Of Its Football 'Dynasty' After Latest Championship

npr.org — People in Tuscaloosa, Ala., got to work a little later on Tuesday and probably a bit tired too. On Monday night the University of Alabama won another football championship. The Crimson Tide defeated Notre Dame 42-14. It's Alabama's third title in the last four years.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

wbur.org — Tonight marks the end of an era for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. The World Cup champions play their final Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans. It's also the final game for one of their longtime stars: Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old forward is hanging up her cleats after a stellar career.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

wvpublic.org — It's the end of an era tonight for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. The World Cup champions play their final Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans. It's also the final game for one of their longtime stars: Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old forward is hanging up her cleats after a stellar career.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

wlrn.org — It's the end of an era tonight for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. The World Cup champions play their final Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans. It's also the final game for one of their longtime stars: Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old forward is hanging up her cleats after a stellar career.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

kcur.org — It's the end of an era tonight for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. The World Cup champions play their final Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans. It's also the final game for one of their longtime stars: Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old forward is hanging up her cleats after a stellar career.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

wfae.org — It's the end of an era tonight for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. The World Cup champions play their final Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans. It's also the final game for one of their longtime stars: Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old forward is hanging up her cleats after a stellar career.
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