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DHL is Now Sending Your Selfies to the Moon

Blast Fly Me to the Moon, because things are about to get real

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The world first came into contact with the moon in 1969. But despite Neil Armstrong’s landmark arrival, we have not had the chance to develop our link with the planet. Not yet.

DHL, one of the world’s leading shipping companies, recently announced that they are…




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Angelina Der Arakelian

Angelina Der Arakelian

Author | Creative | Film Enthusiast. A 20 year old passionate about uplifting people and trying to make sense of a place we call the Universe.

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