Every year, Moon Day is celebrated n 20 July to mark the day humans first walked on the moon in 1969. The General Assembly declared International Moon Day and is celebrated to educate and promote awareness of the status and prospects for humanity.
International Moon Day: History
- the Moon Village Association submitted an application at the 64th UN-COPUOS Session stating to observe July 20 as International Moon Day to commemorate the first human landing on the moon on July 20, 1969, with the United States’ Apollo 11 mission.
- United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution to designate July 20 as International Moon Day.
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