July 20, 1969, marked a momentous occasion in human history as it became known as the first time that humans landed on the moon via spaceflight.
The spaceflight, more commonly known as Apollo 11, represented a landmark moment not only for Cmdr. Neil Armstrong, Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin and Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, but for the nation, the world and for those in the command center guiding these men through it all.
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