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About Apollo 11 Lunar Module

Apollo 11 was the NASA’s mission that landed the first humans on the moon. It was also the 6th manned spaceflight of Project Apollo and the third human voyage to land on another celestial body.

The Apollo 11 Lunar Module took Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins to the surface of Earth's only natural satellite in July 20, 1969. The Saturn V rocket took off from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida with astronauts aboard. The module consisted of two stages - descent stage and ascent stage - both covered in gold foil insulation for thermal control.

Wiki Apollo 11 Lunar Module

The Apollo Lunar Module, or simply Lunar Module (LM /ˈlɛm/), originally designated the Lunar Excursion Module (LEM), was the Lunar lander spacecraft that was flown between lunar orbit and the Moon's surface during the United States' Apollo program. It was the first crewed spacecraft to operate exclusively in the airless vacuum of space, and remains the only crewed vehicle to land anywhere beyond Earth.

Structurally and aerodynamically incapable of flight through Earth's atmosphere, the two-stage lunar module was ferried to lunar orbit attached to the Apollo command and service module (CSM), about twice its mass. Its crew of two flew the complete lunar module from lunar orbit to the Moon's surface.

During takeoff, the spent descent stage was used as a launch pad for the ascent stage which then flew back to the command module, after which it was also discarded.

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Interesting Video About Apollo 11 Lunar Module

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