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Remembering Apollo 11 Moon Mission (84 pics)

Posted by Xaniel in Random » Awesome   29 Aug 2012   / 5039 views

In 1969, the spaceflight Apollo 11 with a crew of three American astronauts – Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin – made a successful journey to the Moon and landed the first humans on its surface.

 



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eco26 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Meiji Seika(confectionary company) launched “Apollo Chocolate” in 1969. It is still popular among the Japanese children.
       
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Sister 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Unfathomable to do what they did with almost no computing power.
Hats off to the bravest Boilermaker that ever lived.
       
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bobbykewl 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Cool! I can't believe there are a**holes who believe this was all faked though.
       
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Mr. Ree 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
It is a shame that none of the astronauts have come forward with a book that details what they REALLY discovered on the moon. NASA won't let that happen so until that happens, all we read about is the rumors...
       
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ninja 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
the biggest lie of all time..americand never went to the moon..but stupid people still believe i's true..
       
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Following 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
When you can't do something, claim that no one else can either. Evidence be damned.
       
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SuckaMC 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Studs... the lot of em... even before they left the planet...
       
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jay.gonus 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Speaking of evidence, the pictures are a hoax. The lighting is in multiple directions at times, there is no crater underneath the 5 ton thrust producing nozzle. The men leave deep footprints, but the LEM, which must way 3k pounds or so, just sits neatly atop the dust. Speaking of neat, look how neat the landing legs are. They should be covered by dust kicked up by the nozzle. Not to mention film cannot survive the extreme temps of the moon (+130 to - 150 degrees F). We probably did go to the moon, but film could not survive, so they shot these in a studio. They had to have "evidence".
       
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