A new documentary that is published 50 years after the Apollo 11 mission shows it, as you have never seen before.
Stunning pictures from the mission of Apollo 11 still go almost 50 years after a man has gone to the moon.
Michael Collins, who was a pilot of the command module during the historic flight, shared what he said before that a picture of the three astronauts in the crew was not published.
"The Crew, I found this at the bottom of a box, do not think it was ever used by @NASA." #TBT @ TheRealBuzz, Collins published Thursday with the haste "Throwback Thursday. shows Collins standing against a moon's reptile Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong are photographed on the other side of the moon with Armstrong's arm on Aldrin's arm
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Orlando Sentinel, who published a 50-year commemorative book about Apollo 11, complete with photos from 1969, reported that staff members never remembered seeing the picture , after having passed through NASA and her archives for the book.
Collins, now 88, was part of the three-man crew of Apollo 11 who made the first manned landing of the moon in July 1969. While Armstrong and Aldrin landed and strolled on the moon, Collins remained on the moon orbit. Collins was also part of the Gemini 10 mission, which was his first part
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