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Wednesday, 16 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 19, 2019

    Rabbi Meets Astronaut Aldrin

    On the 40th anniversary of NASA's first landing on the moon, Rabbi Zvi Konikov, Director of Chabad of the Space & Treasure Coasts, met with the sole remaining astronaut from the Apollo 11 Lunar Launch, Buzz Aldrin. Full Story, Video

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    chaim tzvi
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    chaim tzvi

    Great to see you!!!!!!!!! you look great and your shlichus work is amazing

    N Fox

    "sole remaining astronaut"?
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    "sole remaining astronaut"?

    Both Neil Armstrong and MIchael Collins are still alive

    Response to #3
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    Response to #3

    I’m sorry for your misinformation but Neil Armstrong died – if I recall correctly it was in 2003.
    So a note to you and all others who write comments-get ur facts straight before u comment!

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    I am really, really sorry for YOUR misinformation, but Neil Armstrong is very much alive.

    Check his wikipedia entry for yourself:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Armstrong

    So, in the immortal words of someone I can’t quite place: ‘A note to you and all others who write comments-get ur facts straight before u comment! ‘

    Neil Armstrong - Alive
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    Neil Armstrong - Alive

    Yes Mr. Armstrong is very much alive. However I can understand that since Mr. Armstrong has been quite silent in the media and NASA in general people may have been led to believe that he passed on. (Although if u look in todays news you will notice that he just wrote a letter to Space Agencies in Australia thanking them for their contribution to Nasa 40 years ago)
    In addition Wikipedia may some times be a little misleading when trying to determine if a person is alive

    never expect to be remembered
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    never expect to be remembered
    Will we ever walk on the sun?
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    Will we ever walk on the sun?

    Do you think that man will ever walk on the sun…?

    Too hot?

    But what if we go at night?

    (Joke by …..)

    Rabbi Zvi!
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    Rabbi Zvi!

    We nominate you for Chief Rabbi of outer space (and the Space & Treasure Coasts)!
    One day people will realize what a pivotal place you hold here on the Space Coast, and will start pouring funds into the development of the Chabad center here – may it be SOON!
    T & S

    rabbi konikov rox the house
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    rabbi konikov rox the house
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