Apollo 11

Apollo-11: (Columbia & Eagle) 

Launched 07/16/1969,   Landed 07/20/1969,   Splashdown 07/24/1969
Commander - Neil Armstrong,
CM Pilot - Michael Collins,
LM Pilot - Edwin Aldrin

The Eagle landed in the Sea of Tranquility, near the medium size craters of Ritter & Sabine.
First Men on the Moon. Explored immediate landing area and returned surface samples. 
Spent total of 21 hours, 36 minutes on the Lunar surface, of which 2 hrs 14 min were EVA.

All Images acquired at Big Woodchuck Observatory using a Meade LX200GPS @ f10, with either a Astrovid-2000 or StellaCam-Ex 1/2" chip astro-video camera with IR filter.

10/24/2012 (negative image finder) Astrovid-2000

11/21/2012 @ f10 (StellaCam-Ex)

11/21/2012 - 1.5x Barlow (StellaCam-Ex)

2.8x Barlow

11/21/2012 - 2.8x Barlow & 2x digital zoom (StellaCam-Ex)

Finder Chart: from Antonin Rukil's "Atlas of the Moon", chart#35.

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