One Giant Leap for Mankind — How the Apollo 11 Mission Made History

Relive the entire Apollo 11 mission from beginning to end. A journey back in time.

A man walking on the Moon holding up the American flag.
Source: Pixabay (edited)

About 50 years ago Neil Armstrong became the first human to take a step on an alien celestial body. With the words, ‘That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’…

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