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43 dates spanning 48 years: 1936-1983
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    • 1936
      • March
        • March 25
          • Gordo Stevens born, as seen on his headstone. (Season 2 episode The Grey)

    • 1966
      • March
        • March 16
          • Bill pees his pants during the Gemini 8 mission. Neil Armstrong and David Scott started tumbling and spinning in orbit and nearly black out and die. Bill is on console, about to go off duty, and he has to pee. Neil loses control of the spacecraft and it's getting worse. Bill stays at his post. (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
      • July
        • July 14
          • Kelly Baldwin born in Saigon, as Nguyễn Thi Hanh. Her mother dies in childbirth. (Season 2 episode Don't Be Cruel)

    • 1969
      • June
        • June 26
          • Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov becomes the first man to set foot on the moon. (Season 1 episode Red Moon)
        • June 27
          • Date of Houston Sentinel newspaper headline: RED MOON.
      • July
        • July 20
          • Aleida and Octavio Rosales cross the border from Mexico to the USA as Apollo 11 reaches the Moon. (Season 1 episode Red Moon)
      • September
        • September 5
          • Ed seeks to get back to the space program, without much luck / Nixon double down on the program, supporting the "race for the base" - building a permanent military installation on the moon. (Season 1 episode He Built the Saturn V)

    • 1970
      • October
        • October 27
          • Deke introduces NASA's next Apollo astronauts: Ellen Waverly, Molly Cobb, Tracy Stevens and Danielle Poole. (Season 1 episode Prime Crew)
      • November
        • November 16
          • Nixon orchestrates a ceasefire in Vietnam that takes effect 2400 Greenwich Mean Time. (Season 1 episode Prime Crew)

    • 1972
      • April
        • April 3
          • A C-5A Galaxy transport plane with 243 infants, children, volunteers and crew took off from Saigon as part of Operation Babylift. One minute, 23 seconds later, the plane crashed into a field. Forty-seven children were rescued. Kelly Baldwin was one of them. (Season 2 episode The Grey)

    • 1973
      • October
        • October 12
          • NASA established Jamestown base on the moon. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)

    • 1974
      • August
        • August 24
          • Launch of the Apollo 23 mission. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
      • November
        • November 9
          • Dani, still on the moon, has a video call with Clayton following his Levi Strauss interview, which didn't go well. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
        • November 10
          • The astronauts at Jamestown discuss an unusual signal. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
        • November 27
          • NASA and the crew of Jamestown moon base discuss concerns over the Russians on a video call. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
      • December
        • December 9
          • New estimate for the launch of Apollo 24. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)

    • 1976
      • March
        • March 17
          • Date of newspaper headline: KREMLIN ACCUSED OF REPEATEDLY VIOLATING SPACE AGREEMENT. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • August
        • August 8
          • Houston Sentinel newspaper headline: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • September
        • September 18
          • Le Report de Paris newspaper headline: Israel and Egypt fail to Reach Agreement at Camp David. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • November
        • November 4
          • New York Inquisitor newspaper headline: REAGAN WINS. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • December
        • December 8
          • Date of New York Evening Telegram newspaper headline: US TO SCRAP SPACE TREATY. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
        • December 9
          • Date of New York Evening Telegram newspaper headline: US TO SCRAP SPACE TREATY. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)

    • 1977
      • January
        • January 2
          • Date of New York Ledger newspaper headline: REAGAN SWORN IN AS 39TH PRESIDENT. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
        • January 15
          • The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980. (Season 2 episode The Weight)

    • 1978
      • April
        • April 3
          • The 50th Academy Awards, during which Close Encounters of the Third Kind wins best picture, instead of Annie Hall. (Video Timeline One Giant Leap: 1975-1982)
      • May
        • May 31
          • The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980. (Season 2 episode The Weight)

    • 1979
      • March
        • March 28
          • Three Mile Island nuclear reactor meltdown prevented by technology first developed for Jamestown. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • December
        • December 25
          • Los Angeles Chronicle newspaper headline on December 25, 1979: Soviets to Withdraw from Afghan Border. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)

    • 1980
      • February
        • February 4
          • The Iran Hostage Crisis ends earlier than it did in our timeline, when President Reagan orders a daring night time raid. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • March
        • March 1
          • The DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews supersedes previous DOD Directives dated 15 January 1977, 31 May 1978 and 1 March 1980. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
      • October
        • October 7
          • Chicago Herald Recorder newspaper headline: SOVIETS EXPAND ZVEZDA LUNAR BASE. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • November
        • November 4
          • President Ronald Reagan wins a second term. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • December
        • December 8
          • John Lennon narrowly escapes assassination attempt. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing) Amy Chang, NNC news anchor, reports on John Lennon's assassination attempt, now recovering at Roosevelt Hospital. (Video Timeline One Giant Leap: 1975-1982)

    • 1981
      • May
        • May 14
          • Newspaper headline: POPE FELLED BY ASSASSIN'S BULLET. John Paul II was shot and killed today in Saint Peters Square. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • August
        • August 15
          • Newspaper headline: NASA Prepares for Launch of First Space Shuttle. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • September
        • September 12
          • President Reagan refuses to bail out the Chrysler Corporation. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • October
        • October 8
          • Newspaper headline: Sadat Recovering After Assassination Attempt. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)

    • 1982
      • October
        • October 27
          • Date of Margo Madison's twenty year service award on the wall in her office. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)

    • 1983
      • February
        • February 1
          • Date that Ellen's Dopplin Insurance certificate amendment rider takes effect. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
      • May
        • May 20
          • Packaged date on the peanut butter and raspberry jam sandwich that Margo retrieves from the vending machine through the use of negative pressure after it gets stuck on its way down. (Season 2 episode The Bleeding Edge)
        • May 21
          • Larry on Earth speaks with Ellen on the moon, preparing her for a surprise party. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • August
        • August 6
          • Date of the DOD Directives of standing rules of engagement/standing rules for the use of force for U.S. lunar forces that Molly Cobb reviews. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
      • December
        • December 18
          • Date of the Bahama Line cruise that Karens tells Ed they should cancel on account that he's now taking the future first Pathfinder mission. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)

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