Launch of Apollo 11. On July 16, 1969, the huge, 363-feet
tall Saturn V rocket launches on the Apollo 11 mission from Pad A, Launch
Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, at 9:32 a.m. EDT.
Apollo 11 Lifts Off. This photograph shows the Saturn V
launch vehicle (SA-506) for the Apollo 11 mission lift-off at 9:32 am EDT,
July 16, 1969, from launch complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.
A view of the Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle as it returned
from the surface of the moon to dock with the command module Columbia. A
smooth mare area is visible on the Moon below and a half-illuminated Earth
hangs over the horizon. The lunar module ascent stage was about 4 meters
across. Command module pilot Michael Collins took this picture just before
docking at 21:34:00 UT (5:34 p.m. EDT) 21 July 1969. (Apollo 11,
Photograph of the Lunar Module at Tranquility Base.
A close-up view of astronaut Buzz Aldrinís boot print in
the lunar soil, photographed with the 70mm lunar surface camera during
Apollo 11ís sojourn on the moon.
The Apollo 11 crew await pickup by a helicopter from the USS
Hornet, prime recovery ship for the historic lunar landing mission. The
fourth man in the life raft is a United States Navy underwater demolition
team swimmer. All four men are wearing biological isolation garments.
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