Apollo 11 moon landing: Neil Armstrong's defining moment

CNET | 7/20/1969 | Jon Skillings
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NASA's Apollo 11 mission was a feat unlike any other in human history: After a rocket carried them 250,000 miles through space, two of these astronauts -- Neil Armstrong (left) and Buzz Aldrin (right) -- landed on the moon and spent two and a half hours out on the lunar surface. That first-ever moon landing took place July 20, 1969, making this year the 50th anniversary.

The astronaut in the center is Michael Collins, who stayed in orbit around the moon...
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