Seattle Photographer Daniel Sheehan's Photo Blog

Man on the Moon Apollo 11

NASA’s LRO Spacecraft Gets its First Look at Apollo Landing Sites
This photograph shows the first imagery of the Apollo 11 lunar landing site taken in 40 years. The picture is one of many photos taken by NASA’a Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter . and posted on their website. I find it so interesting I had to post it here. Can you believe Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left their lunar vehicle parked on the moon for 40 years and no one took it? Actually it was their lunar module descent stage that was left. On the NASA website they have photos of the landing sites of Apollo 11, 14, 15, 16, 17. Check it out. Below is a shot taken by Neil Armstrong of Buzz Aldrin in front of the lunar module



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