Why the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day is the Most Important One Ever

Why the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day is the Most Important One Ever

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On this Earth Day 2020, most humans find themselves stuck inside. Meanwhile, mountainsides are emerging, waterways are clearing, and wildlife is flourishing. Amidst all that is happening in our world right now, there’s a "green lining" to it all. It was just 52 years ago, when the crew of Apollo 8 first gave us a brand-new perspective on our planet. For the first time in history, humans saw full-color images of Earth from the far side of its moon. A truly spectacular view of our great planet from the outside looking in. William Anders, the photographer and an astronaut on that mission, summed up the moment by saying, “We came all this way to explore the Moon, and the most important thing is that we discovered the Earth.”  The iconic "Earthrise" photo was…
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