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Chan Kayshyk among the leaders who sent a message to the moon in 1969 | Tech | focus Taiwan



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Washington, July 20 (a CNA) The late President Chiang Kai-shek (蔣介石) Republic of China (Taiwan) was one of the many world leaders who have sent messages of spacecraft "Apollo-11", which took place on 20 July. 1969.

The 50th anniversary of the moon landing of the day the United States focused on the aspects of the mission, with the result that American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first in the history of the people who stood on the lunar surface.

When they landed, the astronauts left on the moon a few items, including kremniyski drive half the size of the US dollar. On the drive to the microscopic text messages of goodwill were the leaders of 73 countries that were invited to the National Administration of Aviation and US kasmitsy (NASA).

According to NASA's, on the disc have been reports of four US Presidents – Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon – and one of the then president of the ROC Chian.

"We sincerely wish that the astronauts after they landed on the moon, made a significant contribution to world peace and the utopia through the universe" – said Chiang reported that NASA translated from Chinese to English. .

In July 1970 "Chunghwa Post" in Taiwan has published a set of three stamps, including one featuring posts Chiang in Chinese, to celebrate the landing on the moon.

(Chiang Chin and Elizabeth Hsu)
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