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Apollo 11- Flight Project
Transcript of Apollo 11- Flight Project
Aldrin and Armstrong re-entered the “Eagle” and blasted off to re-dock with Columbia. Once they docked, they left to head back to earth. A ‘miracle’ was achieved many people said. The crew splashed down on July 24th off the coast off Hawaii. A rush of excitement spread across the world... not only did they walk on the moon but they came back safely. People still didn’t believe it. A man had been on the moon. Over those next three and a half years, 10 astronauts followed in their footsteps but no one would ever forget where it had began. Now, the lonely footsteps of the Apollo missions on the moon are waiting for company. Over those next three and a half years, 10 astronauts followed in their footsteps but no one would ever forget where it had began. Now, the lonely footsteps of the Apollo missions on the moon are waiting for company. "This is the LM pilot. I'd like to take this opportunity to ask every person listening in, whoever and wherever they may be, to pause for a moment and contemplate the events of the past few hours and to give thanks in his or her own way." - Buzz Aldrin Neil Armstrong Micheal Collins Buzz Aldrin I'm going to hand us over to Our Mission Commander. She's going to bring us back safely to earth. But before I do, I'd like everyone to take a minute to think about what Apollo 11 taught us and how it changed history. Now, we better head back to earth before we run out of fuel. Say hello to yourmission commander! Thrusters Engaged
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