The black shadow of the Lunar Module is silhouetted against the Moon's surface in this photograph taken out Neil's window after the crew had returned to the LM. The site was selected in part because it had been characterized as relatively flat and smooth by the automated Ranger 8 and Surveyor 5 landers and the Lunar Orbiter mapping spacecraft and unlikely to present major landing or EVA challenges. Within three hours, Armstrong and Aldrin were ready to explore the moon. Posted October 1, at 8: In this case, because they were extending the re-entry but not actually skipping out, P66 was not invoked and instead P65 led directly to P Cortright, Edgar M And as you talk to us from the Sea of Tranquillity, it inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquillity to Earth.
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Neil Armstrong's LM PPK contained a piece of wood from the Wright brothers ' Wright Flyer ' s left propeller and a piece of fabric from its wing,  along with a diamond-studded astronaut pin originally given to Deke Slayton by the widows of the Apollo 1 crew. July 24, , Retrieved from " https: Meanwhile, Tattersail, one of the few mages to survive the Siege of Pale, and Paran, now a captain and the Bridgeburners' nominal commander, head toward the city to determine the reason for the increased involvement of several gods and other magical forces in the campaign.
Posted December 2, at 1: Worse yet, the SPS firing would occur when the astronauts were on the far side of the moon and out of contact with Houston. That gave us cause for alarm," he remembered. Posted August 8, at 9: The cost is the crucial thing. The program alarms indicated "executive overflows", meaning the guidance computer could not complete all of its tasks in real time and had to postpone some of them. On July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin entered the lunar module, nicknamed the "Eagle" and separated from the Command Service Module — the "Columbia" — headed toward the lunar surface.