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The Apollo lunar landings
A description of the Apollo lunar landings and how they were controlled. Includes an interview with an astronaut who coordinated lunar landings from Mission Control on Earth and on a later mission landed on the Moon himself. The design of the lunar module is also discussed and the lack of aerodynamic constraint explained. Published as part of the Solar System website: bbc.co.uk/solarsystem/. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
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