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'Buzz' Aldrin Standing on the Moon (Neil Armstrong/NASA/Getty)
'Buzz' Aldrin Standing on the Moon (Neil Armstrong/NASA/Getty)
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Grateful Memories of Apollo 11 Moon Landing on July 20, 1969

Where were you on the evening of July 20, 1969?

If you were around that night, chances are you were watching Neil Armstrong take the first steps on the moon.

Last night I was eating a roast beef sandwich and to me, Arby's and Apollo 11 always go together. The Summer of 1969 we were taking a family vacation to Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado. We were driving back home through Denver and stopped for dinner. Inside the restaurant they had a small TV everyone was watching, showing coverage of the historic moon landing.

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Father and Son in 1981 and 2011 (Arockalypse, Flickr)
Father and Son in 1981 and 2011 (Arockalypse, Flickr)
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Father and Son Take Photos at First and Last Shuttle Launches

It’s the photo they waited 30 years to take.

Chris Bray and his father attended the first space shuttle launch back in 1981 — and the last, just a few weeks ago. Bray posted a link to the photo on Reddit on Monday an

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Blue Morpho Butterfly (Dan Kitwood/Getty)
Blue Morpho Butterfly (Dan Kitwood/Getty)
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Butterflies Invade the Paul Smith Children’s Village

Have you caught a glimpse of a butterfly yet this Summer? There will be lots of them in Lions Park Tuesday.

Live insects, spiders and other creatures from around the world will invade the Paul Smith Children's Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens June 28.

The Butterfly Pavilion from Colorado will present two educational programs at 2 p.m. and again at 3 p.m. They are bringing a section of their butterflies and other creatures to Cheyenne.

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What Happens on the Internet Every Minute of Every Day? [INFOGRAPHIC]

The brains at web development and design company Go-Globe created a stunning infographic that breaks down the internet activity happening every minute of the day on sites like Twitter, Google, Facebook, and Skype. And it’s kind of amazing.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour Final Landing (Matt Stroshane/Getty)
Space Shuttle Endeavour Final Landing (Matt Stroshane/Getty)
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Space Shuttle Endeavour Makes Final Landing At Night

Did you see Endeavour's final landing? As KING FM's "Special Space Correspondent" I forced myself to stay up late and cover the event.

Space Shuttle Endeavour returned with it's six-astonaut crew in a middle-of-the-night landing at Cape Canaveral this morning.

It was the 25th night landing out of the 134 shuttle flights and wrapped up the next-to-last mission for the 30-year-old NASA program.

Commander Mark Kelly guided Endeavour onto

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Singer Lisa Moorish gets blood test (Tim Whitby/Getty)
Singer Lisa Moorish gets blood test (Tim Whitby/Getty)
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New Blood Test Could Tell How Long You’ll Live

A blood test that should be available in Europe by the end of this year, could indicate how fast you're aging and how much longer you will live. Would you want to know?

The test measures telomeres,structures on the end of each of your chromosomes, which scientists think may hold the key to determining a person's "true age

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Final Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour (Joe Raedle/Getty)
Final Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour (Joe Raedle/Getty)
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Shuttle Endeavour Lifts Off For The Last Time [VIDEO]

The space shuttle Endeavour was launched (Great photo from an airplane off MSN.com) on it's mission to the International Space Station at 6:56 MT this morning. Follow STS-134 at NASA.gov. The final mission for Endeavour was delayed two weeks due to an electronics glitch.

When it reaches the ISS on Wednesday, the shuttle will deliver nearly 15 tons of supplies and equipment, highlighted by the 7.5-ton Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, which will be attached to the space station's exterior during a robotic arm operation. Once it's installed, the $2 billion particle detector will almost immediately start sending down data about cosmic rays according to msnbc.

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Severe Weather Season’s Started, Beware of Dangerous Lightning [VIDEO]

Extremely close lightning strike (YouTube)

The Spring severe weather season has started in the Rocky Mountain area and storms can bring tornadoes, hail and floods but lightning is the deadliest. Here are more videos that really show how powerful Mother Nature's spark can be.

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Shuttle Endeavour on Launch Pad 39a (Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty)
Shuttle Endeavour on Launch Pad 39a (Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty)
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Shuttle Endeavour’s Final Launch Delayed

The final launch of space shuttle Endeavour was delayed Friday afternoon due to a failure in a heater circuit. The heater keeps hydrazine fuel  from freezing while the shuttle is in orbit.

The earliest Endeavour will make it back into space is Monday after

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Space Shuttle Endeavour (NASA/Getty)
Space Shuttle Endeavour (NASA/Getty)
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Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Final Launch Set For Friday [UPDATED]

The Friday shuttle launch has been pushed back to at least Monday. Click here for update.

Is watching a shuttle launch on your bucket list? There are only two shuttle launches left to go.

The youngest of NASA's space shuttles is about to retire.

Space Shuttle Endeavour is scheduled for launch at 1:47 pm Mountain Time on Friday, April 29. This will be the shuttle's 25th journey in 19 years.

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The Traveling North American Map (From nationalgeographic.com)
The Traveling North American Map (From nationalgeographic.com)
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Giant Traveling Map At St Mary’s School In Cheyenne

Do you have trouble folding a road map? Try folding this one from National Geographic, it's 35 by 26 feet and weighs over 100 pounds.

Students at St Mary's Catholic School in Cheyenne are exploring North America this week with one of the world's largest maps of the continent

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Harry Wesley Coover Jr. receiving Medal of Technology (Getty)
Harry Wesley Coover Jr. receiving Medal of Technology (Getty)
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Super Glue Inventor Dies at 94 [VIDEO]

Super Glue inventor Harry Wesley Coover Jr. died March 26th of congestive heart failure at his home in Kingsport, TN, the NY Times is reporting. He was 94.

Though he held more than 460 patents in his career, Coover was best known for hi

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