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Header: Jess Anderson in Madison Wisconsin
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Photos From Voyages To The Moon
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Although space technology is vastly more sophisticated now than it was in 1968, there was a momentousness to the lunar landings that no one has really matched since. Humans actually went to another planet!

This is the beginning of a collection of the great photos that resulted. [Loading the thumbnail images takes a few seconds.]

{icon} It was kind of hilarious, watching on television, as the astronauts bounced around the rocky, dusty terrain of the Moon in this electric buggy. It was so flimsy-looking you expected it to collapse any minute. But they got quite far from the Lander module in it. Distances are deceptive: the huge mountain in the background was many miles away and something like 25,000 feet high! [158K jpg]

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