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English: Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong speaks during a celebration dinner at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday, 20 February 2012, honouring the 50th anniversary of John Glenn's first spaceflight. Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth in the Friendship 7 spaceflight on 20 February 1962.
Česky: Neil Armstrong hovoří na slavnostní večeři na Ohijské státní univerzitě pořádané 20. února 2012 k 50. výročí kosmického letu Johna Glenna. Glenn byl první občan Spojených států amerických, který při kosmickém letu dosáhl oběžné dráhy Země s lodí Friendship 7 při misi Mercury-Atlas 6, a to 20. února 1962.
Date 20 February 2012
Source NASA album of 50th anniversary of John Glenn's first spaceflight
Author NASA/Bill Ingalls

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