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  • Apollo 11: 50 Years Later


    Apollo 11's 1969 moon landing is mankind’s greatest achievement. Celebrate the giant leap 50 years later with astronaut Michael Collins and others from the Apollo program as they recount the events, people and ingenuity that inspired generations.

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    The men who took that giant leap couldn't just hop in their rocket and fly to the moon. Their training was strict and their every move was monitored which ultimately meant they could achieve what very few ever will. Walk on the surface of the moon.

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  • Armstrong Hosts NASA 50th Anniversary Documentary


    Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 Commander and first person to walk on the moon, guides us through the history of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the half-century since its establishment in 1958. Produced by NASA TV, 2008.

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  • Revisiting The Moon LandingSpace DocumentaryHD


    On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Buzz Aldrin safely touched down on the near side of the moon in a large basin known as Mare Tranquillitatis. Within hours of landing, they donned their spacesuits and ventured out onto the moon's surface, becoming the first humans to step foot on another world. Now, scientists have created a 3-D model of the historic landing site using data collected by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). A camera aboard the spacecraft has been imaging the moon since 2009, providing detailed maps of the heavily cratered terrain. Included in the model is an LRO image that shows the descent stage of the landing vehicle, experiments set up by the astronauts and tracks left behind on the lunar surface. Watch the video for a tour of the landing site.

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    With footage and interviews directly from the people that made the big steps for mankind, Moon Landing Apollo 11 gives us a firsthand insight to how the people of NASA orchestrated one of the most exciting events in space exploration of the 20th century.

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  • First Man on the Moon - NOVA PBS HD - 2014


    Everyone knows Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon. But this modest and unassuming man was determined to stay out of the spotlight. Now, for the first time, NOVA presents an intimate portrait of Armstrong through interviews with his family and friends, many of whom have never spoken publicly before. Discover and relive Armstrong's achievements before and after Apollo, from his time as a Navy combat veteran and later as a pioneer of high-speed flight to his leading role in the inquiry into the Challenger disaster and his efforts to encourage young people to take to the skies. Along the way, we learn how Armstrong's life became the inspiring story of heroic risk-taking and humble dedication that ultimately advanced humanity's adventure in space.

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    Next summer, NASA will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission in which two astronauts, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, became the first men to walk on the moon — while the third astronaut, Michael Collins, stayed behind in the command module. To mark the occasion, we've found never before-heard audiotapes in the U.S. space agency's vaults.

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  • Apollo | The Moon Mission - Space Documentary 2020 HD


    Apollo 8 was the first crewed mission to enter orbit in December 1968 and was followed by Apollo 10 in May 1969. Six missions landed men on the Moon, beginning with Apollo 11 in July 1969, during which Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon
    The success of earlier flights, problems in the development of the lunar module and concerns that the Soviet Union might be ready to launch astronauts around the Moon led NASA to change the flight plan for the next Saturn V mission. NASA ultimately changed from an unpiloted, Earth-orbiting mission to a crewed flight around the Moon. Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, and Bill Anders were the first crew to fly atop the powerful Saturn V booster, ultimately spending 20 hours orbiting the Moon. On Christmas Eve, 1968, the crew gave a memorable reading from the Book of Genesis, and while in orbit Anders took the iconic Earthrise

    With a trip around the Moon completed, it was time for NASA to start seriously planning to land astronauts there. The next step was the Apollo 9 mission, the first to carry a lunar module into orbit. Though the mission stayed in Earth orbit, Commander James McDivitt and Lunar Module Pilot Rusty Schweickart separated the lunar module from the command module and flew independently for six hours, testing the lunar module’s systems. Schweickart conducted a spacewalk on the lunar module’s “porch” to test the spacesuit astronauts would wear on the Moon.
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  • Neil Armstrong - First Man on the Moon


    Neil Armstrong's family and friends, many of whom have never spoken publicly before, tell the story of the first man to set foot on the moon.

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  • An Inside Look At The Moon Landing | Spark


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    To the Moon - From Dream To Reality | Space Documentary

    Between 1969 and 1972 twelve men walked on the surface of the moon. It was seen as the first chapter in an ambitious program of space exploration. But what started with NASA's Apollo missions ended with the Apollo missions. Humanity's boldest venture is now 50 years in the past. To The Moon - From Dream To Reality looks back at the people and the technology of the Apollo era.


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  • The Men Who Walked on the Moon


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    10 year anniversary programme hosted by James Burke - first broadcast 1979. This is the best video quality I have of this programme.

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  • First Man on the Moon: The Real Neil Armstrong | Science Documentary | Reel Truth. Science


    21st July 1969 is the day that Neil Armstrong became the first man to step foot on the moon. Not only did this transform human history but also changed Neil's life forever. And now, for the first time on camera, hear the stories from loved ones and work colleagues of the real Neil Armstrong.

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  • NASAs Apollo Command Module Documentary


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  • Need to Know | July 11, 2019 | 50th anniversary of the moon landing


    Fifty years ago this month an historic event proved that humans could land on the moon. Many hands played a role in making that mission a success, including retired Eastman Kodak electronics engineer and scientist, Arthur Cosgrove. In the mid-to-late 1960s, Cosgrove was directly involved with the Lunar Orbiter Program which helped navigate ideal landing sites for Apollo 11 through mapping the moon’s surface. Cosgrove and WXXI news director, Randy Gorbman, who has been reporting on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, join host Hélène Biandud Hofer to discuss where we’ve been and what we have yet to explore.

  • NASA Apollo Moon Missions 50th Anniversary Homage


    I’ve had the incredible luck and privilege of meeting and interviewing NASA Apollo astronauts like Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell and Alfred Worden. They are true heroes for all time and humanity, and we are very lucky to have some of them with us today. Go meet one and say thanks if you get a chance!

    As the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing approaches, please accept my humble video homage to the Apollo voyages to the Moon.

    The video was sourced and edited from multiple Apollo lunar missions, using onboard 16mm NASA public domain footage shot by the astronauts themselves.

    I am very grateful to the amazingly talented and versatile Hollywood composer Bear McCreary for providing his stellar music track “The Line” to accompany the visuals.

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    Apollo 8 inside the Command Module
    Apollo 8 crew launch preparations
    Apollo 8 Saturn V rocket rollout
    Apollo 14 Saturn V rocket launch (SCE to AUX)
    Apollo 10 Command Module
    Apollo 6 view of Earth
    Apollo 17 Lunar Module docking over Africa
    Apollo 11 onboard footage with Aldrin, Collins and Armstrong
    Apollo 13 onboard footage with Jim Lovell and Fred Haise (Houston, we've had a problem)
    Apollo 8, 10 & 11 views of the receding Earth
    Apollo 10 views of approaching Moon
    Apollo 10 view after lunar orbit insertion
    Apollo 10 Earthrises
    Apollo 14 Lunar Module separation for lunar landing
    Apollo 17 Command Module
    Apollo 17 Command & Lunar Modules flying low over the Moon
    Apollo 11 Lunar Module views of the lunar surface
    Apollo 11 Moon landing
    Apollo 14 Edgar Mitchell sets foot on the Moon's surface (voiceover by Neil Armstrong)
    Apollo 11 Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin surface operations
    Apollo 15 Dave Scott & Jim Irvin driving the Lunar Rover on the Moon
    Apollo 14 Alan Shepard & Edgar Mitchell surface operations
    Apollo 11 Lunar Module view of the landing site just before launching back home to Earth
    Apollo 14 Lunar Module launches back home from the surface of the Moon
    Apollo 11 Lunar Module leaving the Moon
    Apollo 17 Lunar Module approaching the Command Module for docking after completing the last human mission to the Moon
    Apollo 10 Command Module approaching the Lunar Module for docking
    Apollo 11 Lunar Module with Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin approaching Mike Collins in the Command Module for docking, with Earth seen in the distance
    Apollo 12 Lunar Module view of a crescent Earth seen from lunar orbit
    Apollo 15 Command Module view of a crescent Earth seen by Al Worden
    Apollo 8 Bill Anders taking a photograph
    Apollo 12 view of Earth eclipsing the Sun (voiceover by Alan Bean)
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    Apollo 8 onboard footage of Frank Borman & Bill Anders
    Apollo 7 footage of Walt Cunningham

  • Buzz Aldrin Says This Heartbreaking Statement About Neil Armstrong 50 Years After Apollo 11


    Buzz Aldrin says this heartbreaking statement about Neil Armstrong 50 years after Apollo 11. We take a look at this Buzz Aldrin statement about Neil Armstrong.

    Tomorrow will be the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. The launch date of the mission was on the 16th July of 1969 and ever since then it's inspired millions of people across the globe. This brave mission saw NASA land people on the Moon's surface, not only that but it was broadcast to over 600 million people.

    On July the 20th 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans ever to land on the moon.

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  • Gala opens countdown to 50th anniversary of 1st moon landing


    Former NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin was noticeably absent from a gala kicking off a yearlong celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first moon landing, even though his nonprofit space education foundation is a sponsor and he typically is the star attraction.
    The black-tie Apollo Celebration Gala held under a Saturn V rocket at the Kennedy Space Center on Saturday evening featured a panel discussion by astronauts, an awards ceremony and an auction of space memorabilia.
    Hundreds of people attended the sold-out event, including British physicist Brian Cox, who presented Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson with the ShareSpace Foundation's Innovation award.
    Branson, whose company is developing a new generation of commercial spacecraft, said in a recorded video that the Apollo missions influenced his generation.
    Dr. Carolyn Williams of the nonprofit From One Hand To AnOTHER received the foundation's Education award, and former Johnson Space Center director Gerry Griffin, a flight director for all of the crewed Apollo missions, was honored with the Pioneer award.
    That next step, Griffin said, is a return of Americans to the Moon and, eventually, Mars — something former Apollo astronauts Walt Cunningham, Harrison Schmitt, Rusty Schweickart and Tom Stafford discussed during a conversation with Cox.
    Aldrin's ShareSpace Foundation is one of the sponsors of the annual gala, which raises money for Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics — or STEAM education — and Astronaut Scholarship Foundation scholarships.
    Renowned Brazilian pop artist Romero Britto donated artwork from his Buzz Aldrin Space Series for the auction, which also included a behind-the-scenes tour of Virgin Galactic in California and autographed space memorabilia.
    Tickets for the event ranged from 750 to 2,500 US dollars per person.
    The former astronaut's expected absence comes just a month after he sued two of his adult children and a former business manager, accusing them of misusing his credit cards, transferring money from an account and slandering him by saying he has dementia.
    Only weeks before the lawsuit, Andrew and Jan Aldrin filed a petition claiming their 88-year-old father was suffering from memory loss, delusions, paranoia and confusion.
    Andrew and Jan Aldrin, as well as business manager Christina Korp, are on the foundation's board and attended the gala. Aldrin's oldest son, James, isn't involved in the legal fight.
    Buzz Aldrin, along with Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins, was part of the Apollo 11 mission which landed the first two humans on the moon on July 20, 1969.

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  • Neil Armstrong: NASA 50th Anniversary Gala


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  • NASA Manned Moon Landing 50th Anniversary Movies - First Man/Apollo 11


    NASA Manned Moon Landing 50th Anniversary Movies - First Man/Apollo 11 // With 2019 marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 manned moon landing on July 20, 1969, there are two new movies to celebrate mankind's most significant achievement. First Man is about the inner space of Neil Armstrong, a deeply private individual who gave few interviews after walking on the moon. Apollo 11 is a documentary with old and new footage from the NASA archives, starting with the Saturn V rocket rolling out to the launch pad and ending with the astronauts returning as ticket tape parade heroes.


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  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing 50th Anniversary: NASA looks back while looking to the future


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  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing - 50th Anniversary


    July 16, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Apollo 11 mission. It was on July 21, 1969 that Neil Armstrong became the first person to step onto the moon's surface. Buzz Aldrin joined him on the lunar surface just 19 minutes later. Michael Collins flew the command module Columbia in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the moon's surface. I thought I would do my part by putting together this montage as a tribute to what happened 50 years ago.

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  • The Journeys of Apollo 11, The Conquest of the Moon , NASA documentary HD


    They tell the story of the Conquest of the Moon with Buzz Aldrin (Gemini 12, Apollo 11), Michael Collins (Gemini 10, Apollo 11), John Young (Gemini 3-10, Apollo 10-16, STS 1-STS 9), Jim Lovell (Gemini 7-12, Apollo 8-13), Gene Cernan (Gemini 9, Apollo 10-17), John Glenn (Mercury), Charlie Duke (Apollo 16), Walter Cunningham (Apollo 7), William Anders (Apollo 8), Alan Bean (Apollo 12, Skylab), Dick Gordon (Gemini 11, Apollo 12), Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14), Fred Haise (Apollo 13, Enterprise/Free flights), Chris Kraft (Flight Director), Gene Kranz (Flight Director), Steven Dick (NASA Chief historian), Andrew Chaikin (author: A Man on the Moon), Megan McArthur (STS 125), Mike Fincke (Soyouz TMA-4 EXP.9, STS 134).

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  • Apollo 11: 50th Anniversary Countdown


    On July 20, 1969 NASA made history as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped foot on the moon. Here is a look back at the pivotal moments in U.S. spaceflight that lead to that historic moment.


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  • Apollo 11: 50th Anniversary Recreation with NASA @ My Library


    It is hard to overstate the impact of Apollo 11’s first landing on the Moon. It was humanity’s first step onto another world, an exciting climax to the space race, and the world’s largest rocket at the time. It was a classic story of American ingenuity — leaving our home planet a mere one hundred years after connecting the transcontinental railroad, and only sixty-six years after the Wright Brothers’ first powered flight.

    Commander Neil Armstrong spoke eloquently about what an honor it was for him and fellow crew members, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, to accomplish president Kennedy’s goal of reaching the Moon, supported by the combined efforts of four hundred thousand Americans, by the year 1969. This July 20th, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of that accomplishment.

    What was the sequence of this incredible mission? Where on the Moon did they land? And how did they return safely to Earth? Join us for a guided recreation of Apollo 11’s journey to see how this mission was executed by crew members and mission control in Houston

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  • NASA 50th Video Part 1 of 2


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  • APOLLO 11 Trailer – Documentary Movie


    Synopsis: This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Moon landing. And to celebrate the historic event, NEON and CNN Films are going to release a brand-new Apollo 11 documentary, featuring never-before-seen 70mm footage.
    Documentarian Todd Douglas Miller, who previously made the Emmy-winning Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil doc. Dinosaur 13, directs this visually stunning and detailed account of the events surrounding the Apollo 11 mission, in which astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon.

    Directed by: Todd Douglas Miller

    Release Date: 2019 (Coming Soon)

  • 50 Years of Exploration: The Golden Anniversary of NASA


    Premiered in 2008 at NASA's Golden Anniversary Gala held at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Va., this 13-and-a-half-minute video produced by NASA TV highlights the agency's historic half-century milestones, including the landing of Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon in 1969.

  • The Moon Landing and the Maple Leaf: Canadas Contribution to Apollo 11


    For the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, Global News has produced an original documentary commemorating the significant contributions Canadians made to the mission. From the design of the lunar lander, to the design of the heat shield that returned the astronauts to earth safely, to the flight surgeon in quarantine with the famous three, Canada’s role in Apollo 11 was critical. Here are their stories.

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  • Apollo: Missions to the Moon – Trailer | National Geographic


    As the world prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Tom Jennings uses his signature style of first-person storytelling to create an immersive account that spans the breadth and depth of NASA’s Apollo Space Program.
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  • NASA Legend Stafford on Apollo 10s 50th Anniversary, Moon Program Lessons


    Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Stafford, USAF Ret., legendary NASA astronaut discusses the Apollo 10 moon mission he commanded between May 18-26, 1969, that paved the way for Apollo 11's historic landing two months later discusses the importance of his mission to test the Lunar Module in lunar orbit, the need to commemorate the moon program, lessons from the massive national effort to beat the Soviets, the Trump administration's plan to return to the moon and more with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was recorded on May 24, 2019, five decades earlier to the day, Stafford and his crew mates John Young and Gene Cernan began their return to Earth, becoming the fastest humans in history by achieving a top speed of 24,791 mph. Aside from commanding Apollo 10, Stafford was pilot aboard Gemini 6A, commanded by Wally Schirra, for the first Earth orbit rendezvous with Gemini 7, commanded by Frank Borman and piloted by Jim Lovell. Stafford also commanded Gemini 9 with Cernan as pilot as well as the US portion of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the first rendezvous between an American and Soviet spacecraft in July 1975.

  • The Moon Landing: 50 Years On - BBC Click


    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Click lifts off with technology which takes us back to the moon as well as a little closer to earth.

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  • Countdown to 50th anniversary of first moon landing


    (20 Jul 2019) Celebrations are in full swing across the United States for the 50th anniversary of humanity's first footsteps on another world.
    Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon on July 20, 1969.
    Armstrong was the first one out, proclaiming: That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
    Clocks counted down to the exact moment of the Eagle's landing on the moon: 4:17 p.m. EDT.
    Former NASA astronaut Don Thomas led a replay of images of the historic landing in Armstrong's home town of Wapakoneta, Ohio, where nearly 2,000 runners competed in Run to the Moon races early on Saturday.

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  • NASA: Neil Armstrong Remarks from Congressional Gold Medal July 21, 2009


    To honor the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Congress awarded the Apollo 11 crew and U.S. Sen. John Glenn the Congressional Gold Medal and gave them a proclamation. These are the remarks from Neil Armstrong. This event was not carried live on NASA TV. The voice you hear introducing Neil is House Science Chair U.S. Rep. Bart Gordon from Tennessee.

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  • NASA 50th Anniversary Moment - Richard Nafzger


    The engineer in charge of bringing television images from the Apollo 11 moon landing to your living room talks about that nail-biting moment.

  • Apollo 50th Gala - A Moon Landing Celebration. Presented by Cisco Webex a Platinum Sponsor


    Cisco Webex Brings the Apollo Team Back Together to Mark the 50th Anniversary of Historic Lunar Landing. Join us live as Webex connects astronauts, mission control personnel, satellite trackers and recovery specialists around the world for the Apollo 50th Gala.

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  • NASA Mission Control restored for Moon landing 50th anniversary


    NASA has restored Mission Control for the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings.

    They've recreated the 1969 look down to the carpets, the wallpaper, the glass ashtrays and even the retro coffee cups.

    The control room at the Johnson Space Center in Houston was last used for space shuttle flights back in the 1990s.

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  • Celebrating Apollo as We Push Forward to the Moon


    As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon missions, we prepare to take the next giant leap, with sustainable lunar missions that pave the way for eventual journeys beyond.

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  • Reboot the Suit: Neil Armstrongs Spacesuit - STEM in 30


    “That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” Astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke these famous words as he became the first person to walk on the Moon 50 years ago this July. His spacesuit, really a small spacecraft, allowed him to take this historic walk. Join STEM in 30 to learn about the research and conservation efforts that went into ensuring that this suit will last for generations to come.

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  • Canada Post marks Canadian contribution to Apollo 11 moon mission on its 50th anniversary


    Canada's contribution to the space mission that saw the first humans land on the moon is being marked with commemorative stamps. Canada Post issued the stamps on Thursday, June 27, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission involving NASA astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, who landed on the moon on July 20, 1969. Engineers from Canada working at NASA and what is now known as Heroux-Devtek on Montreal's south shore built part of the lunar module — the landing gear components that were integral to the mission's success.

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