Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Landing on the moon called the most remembered television spots.

More than half of Britons surveyed described the plot of the human landing on the moon most remembered television, writes The Telegraph. Reporting on the expedition of American astronaut Neil Armstrong impressed more than a half thousand people from three thousand respondents.
Second place in the list of the most remembered television took the inauguration of the new U.S. President Barack Obama. She drew attention to 37,5 per cent. On the third line has a plot about the murder of American President John F. Kennedy, which occurred in 1963. According to published data, they remembered 27 percent of the audience.
Astronaut Neil Armstrong was not the first time mentioned in such surveys. For example, in 2006, was drawn up rating the most famous phrases heard on the American television over the past 60 years, in which the phrase "small step for man, great - for humanity" took second place.

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