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    • DV Honeyman

      Buzz Aldrin and the Eagle. July 20, 1969 9:56 p.m. EDT, Neil Armstrong descended the ladder and took "one small step" (left foot first) into history. From the shadow of the Eagle, he looked around: "It has a stark beauty all its own--like the high desert of the United States." Houston reminded him to gather the "contingency sample," and Neil put some rocks and soil in his pocket. If, for any reason, the astronauts had to take off in a hurry

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