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Caption: Looking down from orbit through the Command Module window, onto the heavily cratered lunar surface. The Lunar Module Eagle comes into view and slowly climbs up towards the Command Module, holding its position and 'station keeping' before the Command Module pilot moves towards it for the docking. You can see detail of the LEM very clearly with its communications dish, and upper stage panels clearly visible. The docking target and the hatch are also clear as both spacecraft approach each other. Date recorded: 1969-07-22

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Apollo 11 Lunar orbit rendezvous

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