The anniversary of the first human landing on the moon within the framework of the Apollo 11 mission sent to the moon and falls on July 20, was designated by the United Nations General Assembly as the International Day for the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, during which the achievements of all countries in exploring the moon are reviewed and public awareness about its sustainable use is raised, and this global celebration will not only serve as a reminder of past success, but will also serve as an annual testament to future endeavors to invest in the unique benefits of outer space for the good of all humanity.




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