On July 20 1969 President Richard Nixon
placed the world's longest phone call to Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong at
Tranquility Base on the moon, a distance of about 385,000 km.
The longest telephone call that can be made from the US would be from Bay,
California, to Adelaide, Australia, routed through New York and London, totaling
about 18,000 miles.
We could not find any record for the world's longest telephone call as far as
time goes, but are pretty certain that at least one housewife was involved.
Richard Nixon's Diary Entry
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