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The featured content star

Featured content represents the best that Wikipedia has to offer. These are the articles, pictures, and other contributions that showcase the polished result of the collaborative efforts that drive Wikipedia. All featured content undergoes a thorough review process to ensure that it meets the highest standards and can serve as the best example of our end goals. A small bronze star (The featured content star) in the top right corner of a page indicates that the content is featured. This page gives links to all of Wikipedia's featured content and showcases one randomly selected example of each type of content. You can view another Script error: No such module "Purge"..

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Featured article: April 2, 2009

Wikipedia:Today's featured article/April 2, 2009

Featured portal

Portal:United States NavyUnited States Navy
United States Navy

Featured sound

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The sentence uttered by Neil Armstrong upon being the first human to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 21, 1969 (file info)

Featured picture: February 18, 2009

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Featured list: List of WWE Champions

List of WWE Champions

Featured topic: Towns in Trafford

Wikipedia:Featured topics/Towns in Trafford

New featured content edit

Articles Pictures Lists
Portals Sounds (Inactive) Topics

Featured content procedures

Articles Pictures Lists Portals Topics Sounds
Featured: 3437 / T 2878 / T 2178 / T 156 / T 0 / T 278 / T
Criteria: FA? / T FP? / T FL? / T FPO? / T FT? / T FS? / T
Candidates: FAC / T FPC / T FLC / T FPOC / T FTC / T FSC / T
Removal: FARC / T FPR / T FLRC / T FPR / T FTRC / T FSRC / T
Former: 964 / T FFP 185 / T FFPO FFT FFS / T
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