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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin photographed by Neil Arm...

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United States Flag

Neil Armstrong‘s Space Boots

A gold replica of an olive branch (traditional symbol of peace)

A silicon disc carrying statements from our very own Nixon, Kennedy, Eisenhower, and other leaders…and from about 73 other nations.

Footprint

Commemorative Plaque: “Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969, A.D. We came in peace for all mankind.” The plaque is signed by the Apollo 11 crew and President Richard M. Nixon.

TV Camera

Handheld Camera

In addition to:

  • Tongs
  • Sample Scooper
  • Film Magazines
  • Hammer
  • Tripod
  • 4 Armrests
  • Empty Food Bags (more than 2)
  • Urine Collection assembly (4 PEE containers)
  • Emesis Bag (4 PUKE bags)
  • Defec­a­tion Col­lec­tion Devices (4 POO containers)
Neil Armstrong’s poo is definitely on the moon. That’s pretty cool. I think I want to send my poo to the moon too. Sounds like we are litter bugs on the moon, just as we are on Earth. In total, we have left more than 100 items on the moon. For a more extensive list of items left on the moon, click HERE.
“One small step for man, One giant leap for mankind”. New technology and recent studies show that Armstrong actually said “One small step for A man, one giant leap for mankind.” Here is a video of the historical 1969 Apollo 11 landing, including the famous quote.
Here is a video of some ultra high resolution photos from the landing.

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