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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

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

07/16/1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL, and began the first manned mission to land on the moon. Father and son oberve Apollo 11 Launch, Photo by Ralph Crane

07/16/1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL, and began the first manned mission to land on the moon. Father and son oberve Apollo 11 Launch, Photo by Ralph Crane

45 years ago today, on the Apollo 11 mission: Astronaut Edwin Aldrin Descends Steps of Lunar Module. Credit: NASA.

45 years ago today, on the Apollo 11 mission: Astronaut Edwin Aldrin Descends Steps of Lunar Module. Credit: NASA.

"In space the stars are not nearer, just glitters like a morgue." ~Most of the starlight we see, comes from stars and galaxies which have already died. "The whole sky could be black, and we would not even begin to realize it for another four years." ~ A nuclear physicist

"In space the stars are not nearer, just glitters like a morgue." ~Most of the starlight we see, comes from stars and galaxies which have already died. "The whole sky could be black, and we would not even begin to realize it for another four years." ~ A nuclear physicist

Marines of the 28th Regiment, US 5th Marine Division put up the first flag on Mount Suribachi at 1020 on 23 Feb 1945; note M1 Carbine | World War II Database

[Photo] Men of 28th Regiment, US 5th Marine Division putting up the first flag on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, Japan, at 1020 hours on 23 Feb 1945; note M1 Carbine

Marines of the 28th Regiment, US 5th Marine Division put up the first flag on Mount Suribachi at 1020 on 23 Feb 1945; note M1 Carbine | World War II Database

22 Candid Photos from NASA's Just-Released Project Apollo Archive | Atlas Obscura

22 Candid Photos from NASA's Just-Released Project Apollo Archive

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