On July 21, 1969, command and service module pilot Michael Collins photographed this close-up view of the docking target on the Apollo 11 Lunar Module from the Command Module. The image was captured during docking in lunar orbit as Mission Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin returned from the lunar surface. Collins had remained in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin explored the lunar surface.

Armstrong and Aldrin spent 21 hours, 36 minutes on the Moon’s surface. During the mission’s spacewalk, Aldrin deployed the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package, or EASEP, experiments, and Armstrong and Aldrin gathered and verbally reported on the lunar surface samples. The entire spacewalk lasted more than two-and-a-half hours, ending at 111 hours, 39 minutes into the mission.

Image Credit: NASA

1969年7月21日,指挥服务舱飞行员迈克尔·柯林斯在指挥舱拍摄了这张阿波罗11号登月舱对接目标的特写照片。这张照片是在任务指挥官尼尔·阿姆斯特朗和登月舱飞行员巴兹·奥尔德林从月球表面返回时在月球轨道对接时拍摄的。柯林斯一直停留在月球轨道上,而阿姆斯特朗和奥尔德林则在探索月球表面。

阿姆斯特朗和奥尔德林在月球表面停留了21个小时36分钟。在执行任务的太空行走期间,奥尔德林部署了早期阿波罗科学实验计划(简称EASEP)实验,阿姆斯特朗和奥尔德林收集并口头报告了月球表面样本。整个太空行走持续了两个半小时,在任务开始后的111小时39分钟结束。

影像来源:NASA

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