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Apollo 11 landing site from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

Apollo 11 landing site from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

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Apollo 11 landing site from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
The Apollo 11 landing site, as seen from a height of 24 kilometers by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. The remnants of Armstrong and Aldrin's historic first steps on the surface are seen as dark paths around the Lunar Module (LM), Lunar Ranging RetroReflector (LRRR) and Passive Seismic Experiment Package (PSEP), as well as leading to and from Little West crater.

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