Artefacts from Neil Armstrong's mission to the moon are displayed in 50th anniversary

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Artefacts from the original Apollo 11 moon landing are going on display at an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the historic mission.

Space suits, survival kits and parts of the spacecraft are that enabled Neil Armstrong to be the first human to walk the moon are on show at Seattle's Museum of Flight from Saturday through until September.

Exhibition - Destination - Moon - Visitors - '60s

The exhibition, titled Destination Moon, promises to take visitors back to the '60s 'with original Apollo 11-flown objects, interactive tours and unique artifacts from the Space Race'.

It includes more that 20 original artifacts, many flown on the historic mission, plus dozens of NASA and Russian spaceflight additions from the Museum’s renowned collection.

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Buzz Aldrin's visor and gloves - immortalised forever in images from the moon landing - are also on display.

The centerpiece of the exhibition is the historic NASA Apollo 11 command module, Columbia. Visitors can see the spaceship up close and explore its intricate interior with an interactive 3D tour.

Exhibition - Objects

The exhibition also includes rare objects like a Soviet...
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