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Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins visits historic Kennedy Space Center launch pad

Watch live as astronaut Michael Collins revisits the Kennedy Space Center launch pad where a massive Saturn V rocket vaulted him to the moon 50 years ago.         Source link

Lunar dreams: 7 ways people imagined the moon before Apollo 11

Before Neil Armstrong took his historic first step on the lunar surface, people imagined what the moon might be like.         Source link

Apollo 11: Steve Coester recounts historic day

Apollo 11 test engineer Steve Coester remembers how Apollo 11 almost didn't liftoff on July 16, 1969.         Source link

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins at KSC’s pad 39A

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins speaks on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 at the historic pad 39A on Tuesday, July 16, 2019.         Source link

Fifty years after launch, Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins visits Kennedy Space Center pad

Looking at side-by-side photos, Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A is strikingly different today than it was 50 years ago when Apollo 11 launched to the moon.         Source link

Apollo 11: Steve Coester recounts how the launch almost got scrubbed on July 16,...

It's T-minus three hours, four minutes and 32 seconds until Apollo 11 launch when something goes wrong.         Source link

Where does the moon come from? What we know its origin

We know what the moon does, but the age-old question -- where does the moon come from? -- has baffled many a scientist for many years         Source link

Apollo 11: Hundreds gather at Kennedy Space Center flashback event to celebrate anniversary

hundreds gather at Kennedy Space Center flashback event to celebrate Apollo 11. Event included food, NASA and Apollo memorabilia and guest speakers.         Source link

Apollo 11 Flashback event at KSC

Hundreds gather at Kennedy Space Center to watch a replay of the launch of Apollo 11         Source link

Fifty years after launch, Apollo 11 astronaut visits iconic Kennedy Space Center pad

Looking at side-by-side photos, Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A is strikingly different today than it was 50 years ago when Apollo 11 launched to the moon.         Source link

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