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Lunar surface from Apollo 11 Command Module

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View of the cratered far side of the Moon from the Apollo 11 Command Module. The Command Module, Columbia, remained in orbit around the Moon while the Lunar Module, Eagle, took the first humans to the surface of the Moon. The Command Module was piloted by Michael Collins while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon. The landing was on 20th July 1969, with Armstrong's first step on the Moon the next day.

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