Man On The Moon 1969

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Pictures of the moon landings.

Blurred images inside lunar module 'Eagle' of Neil Armstrong adjusting camera and equipment etc. Various shots of the surface of the moon.

MS Neil Armstrong climbing down ladder onto surface of moon and describing what it is like. MS Armstrong and Edwin...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
67282
Sort Number:
69/060
Time in/Out:
01:51:54:00 / 01:58:22:00
Canister:
69/60
Film ID:
2685.26
Issue Date:
24/07/1969

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