Buzz Aldrin on the Moon.
July 20, 2019 marks 50 years to the day when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history by becoming the first two human beings to set foot on another celestial body, and the San Diego Air & Space Museum is commemorating the occasion with a special debut of “The Day We Walked On The Moon,” a documentary from the Smithsonian Channel.
Smithsonian Affiliates, including the San Diego Air & Space Museum, are the only organizations which have been invited to share “The Day We Walked On The Moon” with their communities.
The launch of Apollo 11.
The program is a documentary marking the 50th anniversary of man's first steps on the lunar surface and features interviews from key figures in Mission Control, contemporary astronauts, and the families of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong.
The program runs approximately 50 minutes and has a TV-PG rating. On July 20, more than 50 fellow Smithsonian Affiliates will be showing the documentary in a nationwide celebration of those famous first lunar steps.
The documentary will be free to all guests of the Museum with paid general admission, including Museum Members and Explorer Pass holders.
Check back to our website for updates and screening times for the “The Day We Walked On The Moon” on July 20.