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In 1969, the Apollo 11 mission met John F. Kennedy's 1962 challenge to put a man on the moon. July 20 marks 40 years since the historic lunar landing, when Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin took the first moon walk as Michael Collins orbited overhead. Most people are familiar with Armstrong's "One small step for man," but here are 11 facts about the moon shot that might come as a surprise.
Plus: Follow the landing as it unfolded at WeChoosetheMoon.org.
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11 Things You May Not Know About Apollo 11NASA11 photos 1. The Moon Smells: Astronaut Neil Armstrong de
Originally posted by The Killah29
I'll answer your question "What does the moon smell like?", with another question. 'What does a Hollywood movie set smell like?'