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Here's What Newspapers Around The World Looked Like The Day After The Moon Landing  

Damon Davis
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There are certain moments in history that warrant notice across the globe and the Apollo 11 moon landing was one of them. Newspapers in every country celebrated the mission's success and the first steps Neil Armstrong took on the moon.

Some 1969 moon landing newspapers even went so far as renaming themselves The Moon or changing the date from Monday to Moonday. It was a triumphant moment for the entire planet, and this is how a number of countries celebrated the moon landing with their newspapers.

Australia: The Sun (Sydney)
Australia: The Sun (Sydney) is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Here's What Newspapers Around The World Looked Like The Day After The Moon Landing
Photo:  The Sun/Fair Use
Austria: Arbeiter-Zeitung
Austria: Arbeiter-Zeitung is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Here's What Newspapers Around The World Looked Like The Day After The Moon Landing
Photo:  Arbeiter-Zeitung/Fair Use
Canada: Calgary Herald
Canada: Calgary Herald is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Here's What Newspapers Around The World Looked Like The Day After The Moon Landing
Photo:  Calgary Herald/Fair Use
Canada: The Globe And Mail
Canada: The Globe And Mail is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Here's What Newspapers Around The World Looked Like The Day After The Moon Landing
Photo:  Globe and Mail/Fair Use