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Kurt Devlin
Kurt Devlin • 1 year ago

November 20, 1969: 1969: Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean grasps the Surveyor 3 TV camera (on Moon since 4/20/67) to return it to Earth. Photo credit: NASA

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!!! Wish they were still around.