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Unless you're a multimillionaire, there's a good chance you'll never see the 'magnificent desolation' of the moon.
But luckily for you, NASA have made a reconstruction of the view from Buzz Aldrin's window as the Apollo 11 Lunar Module made its historic landing 50 years ago.
Footage - Hand - Side - Window - Time-lapse
The original footage, taken from the right hand side window, is from a 16mm time-lapse at just six frames per second, leading to a rather jerky picture.
Now a team have stitched together newer, higher quality photos of the moon based on landmark navigation and altitude call outs from a voice recording as they landed.
Pictures - Lunar - Reconnaissance - Orbiter - Camera
These pictures came from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera - a spacecraft with three black and white cameras on it that was launched in 2009.
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