A book on the timeline of the lunar module that traveled to the moon with Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin was auctioned later this week. The moon contains about 150 manuscript annotations from astronauts, as well as possible traces of lunar shadow.
"This is the book that has uploaded a man on the Moon – it's not an exaggeration," Christina Geiger, Christie's book and manuscript manager, "said Fox News. "This is a guide that was used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in real time for the entire Eagle's journey." 
The book also contains the first human script in another world ̵
The historic item, which will be auctioned off by Christie's on July 18, has an estimated $ 7 to $ 9 million.
July 20 celebrates 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 Landing the moon
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The historic mission continues to be a source of fascination. A number of Apollo 11 artifacts, owned by Buzz Aldrin, were also auctioned at Sotheby's later this month. The Apollo 11 lunar pilot, 89, has sent 11 auction positions that include pages of the mission flight flight plan and the flight data file
In addition, a set of original landing videos of the Apollo 11 Moon – purchased for $ 217.77 at auction by the government surplus from a former NASA trainee in the 1970s – $ 2 million when they are auctioned by Sotheby's on July 20th.
Preliminary flight plan and NASA note discussing Armstrong's first moon words are among the artifacts of Apollo 11's historic mission to be auctioned by Dallas-based inheritance auctions. from 16 to 18 July.
A rare signed photo of astronaut Apollo 11 Armstrong, who made her "giant leap for humanity", was recently sold at a separate auction of $ 52,247. Last year, a checklist that traveled to the moon's surface with Armstrong and Aldrin was auctioned in New York for $ 62,500.
In 2017, a bag containing Moondus The Armstrong stuff was sold by Sotheby's for $ 1.8 million.
Previously, the bag was misidentified and mistakenly sold at an online government auction for $ 995. The Chicago woman who bought the bag won an intense court battle with NASA who tried to pull out the artifact. revealed a previous photo of the famous moon crew members he "found at the bottom of a box".
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