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Live from the Sea of Tranquillity

Just fifty years ago, on July 21, 1969, a quarter of humanity had its eyes on the Moon. All together, all races, ethnic groups, religions combined, holding our breath, incredulous in front of the blurred and jerky images of the television set or raising our eyes towards the star.

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Chinese Moon

Moon: The dark side of China's ambitions

Fifty years after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took their first steps on the Moon, our natural satellite is once again arousing interest and excitement. On January 2, China landed its Chang'e-4 module on the far side of the Moon. A historic first on this unexplored side

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space love

Love: Moon lens!

Are you in love? You don't want a traditional proposal over a drink at the local restaurant? Then you'll have to get the moon! As of 2022, you can propose by flying over the lunar surface to the sound of "Fly Me to the Moon" from

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Claudie Haigneré

Claudie Haigneré: her dream of a lunar village

"I try to always have a dream, and I've had several, some of which have come true. Claudie Haigneré was the first French astronaut. She has dreamed of space since she was very young and was lucky enough to be one of the few dozen humans who escaped from gravity.

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