FLY ME TO THE MOON

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APOLLO 11 July 20, 1969 Moon Landing FRANK SINATRA "FLY ME TO THE MOON "

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Fly Me to the Moon Kennedy Space Center – Florida USA «Cape Canaveral»

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July 16, 1969

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Let me see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars. Fammi At 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969, with the world watching, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center with astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin Jr., and Michael Collins aboard. Neil Armstrong, a 38-year-old civilian research pilot, was the commander of the mission.

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July 16, 1969 Kennedy Space Center «Cape Canaveral»

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In Orbit of the Moon

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On July 20, 1969, at 1:46 p.m., the lunar module “Eagle”, manned by Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, separated from the command module, where Michael Collins remained. Two hours later, the “Eagle” began its descent to the lunar surface.

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Edwin Aldrin inside the LEM during the lunar descent.

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Neil Armstrong, photographed by EDWIN Aldrin.

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On July, 20, 1969 «Eagle» began its descent to the lunar surface, and at 4:18 p.m. the craft touched down on the southwestern edge of the «Sea of Tranquility».

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As he made his way down the lunar module’s ladder Neil Amstrong spoke his famous quote, «That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind».

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The Earth rise over the horizon of the Moon. The astronauts stated: “Seeing our blue-marble Planet from deep space forever changed us. It was an amazing feeling”.

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Michael Collins

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Michael Collins remained into the command module of the Apollo 11 and he stayed in orbit around the Moon. He orbited 30 times.

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Michael Collins

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The Mission Control

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President Richard M. Nixon watching on TV the mission, via Houston, spoke to Neil Amstrong and Edwin Aldrin.

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The famous “Earthrise” photo taken by the astronauts.

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During the Apollo 11 Moon Mission of July 20, 1969, there was a very strange radio transmission gap after landing, and the radio communication was interrupted. What happened in those two minutes? What did the astronauts see?

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It seems they had been observed by some UFO. NASA researchers have even claimed that NASA astronauts have come across evidence of alien activity on the Moon.

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It seems that Neil Armstrong saw "Parked UFOs" on the Moon, at the Edge of a crater and flying saucers.

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Taking off from the Moon to reunite to Michael Collins into the command module of the Apollo 11, to return home to the Planet Earth.

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The taking off from the Moon to return home.

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The End By Mirella Giurco

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