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Fifty years ago today, the Apollo 11 astronauts began their trip to the moon—and NASA is celebrating.

Wake up- it's launch day. Today in 1969, the Apollo 11 crew got up around 4 a.m. and began preparing for their flight. They had a 9:32 a.m. rocket to catch. #Apollo50th pic.twitter.com/0xIIJSH7t9

— NASA History Office (@NASAhistory) July 16, 2019

What journey will you begin today? How will you commemorate your organization’s heritage and triumphs?

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On Monday, Twitter rolled out changes to its platform for desktop. The new design is similar to Twitter’s mobile version, with features such as “Explore” and dark mode.

Woah, what’s this? A shiny new https://t.co/q4wnE46fGs for desktop? Yup. IT’S HERE. pic.twitter.com/8y4TMzqBGa

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