Stock Video - The LEM flies away from the Command Module window revealing the full extent of it's insect-like appearance, it's gold Mylar foil glistening in the Sunlight ...
. This shot is routinely used to represent the Apollo 11 LEM Eagle making its descent to the Moon, but you can tell that it is from a later mission by the absence of the fourth surface contact prong on the ladder leg, removed for safety after the first landing mission. Date recorded: 1969-11-19
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THE ATTIC ROOM/NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
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