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It was not always the case that astronauts were going to be a part of a space-based operation.

In fact, NASA was already developing and testing its own spacecraft at the time, the Constellation program.

But it was a bit of a surprise when Apollo 11 launched into orbit on November 15, 1969.

It was the first time the American crew had flown into space.

That was also the first lunar mission.

And the last one.

NASA’s mission to the moon in the mid-1960s had been a failure.

The mission had been delayed in part because of political tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States, who were still not happy with the space program.

In addition, NASA had just recently lost its contract to supply parts for the space shuttle, which was to carry astronauts to the International Space Station.

But the success of Apollo 11 was seen by NASA as a sign that the space station was becoming a reality.

The space station’s design was based on a modified version of the Apollo spacecraft.

As a result, the space agency would have had to launch several satellites to make up for the lost payloads.

That’s why the first manned flight to the space center was to be an orbital test flight on April 30, 1972.

But that was not to be.

The next day, Apollo 11 exploded on the surface of the moon, killing all eight crew members.

The moon landings The Apollo 11 mission ended with the final landing on the moon.

The astronauts used parachutes to land on the lunar surface.

The spacecraft was then docked to the lunar base on the far side of the base.

But there were a few problems with the docking: One was that the parachutes didn’t work because of a lack of fuel.

The crew needed fuel to bring the spacecraft to the surface.

They also had to make a decision whether to land the craft on the water or land on a crater.

NASA engineers made a compromise.

They decided to dock the spacecraft with a small parachute, and the crew would descend the lunar crater.

The parachute was designed so that it would deploy when the capsule was about two meters (7.8 feet) in diameter.

It worked fine.

The second problem was that a parachute didn’t go up into the sky like a parachute would.

The capsule was meant to descend down a steep slope and hit the lunar soil in a cloud of dust.

But during the descent, the parachute didn�t deploy, and there was no cloud to protect the astronauts from the lunar dust.

So the astronauts had to use the parachute to help them get down to the base of the lunar pole, which is the base where the lunar landings were supposed to take place.

The final landing was a success because the astronauts used the parachute and it deployed the landing site on the top of the crater, which had been created by the impact of the capsule with the lunar crust.

There was a lot of excitement and celebration on the ground, and some people even climbed aboard the space capsule.

They were greeted by crowds of people who had been waiting for hours to get their photos taken.

At the end of the day, the astronauts got a medal for their efforts.

They had been the first American astronauts to set foot on the Moon.

They got the chance to fly into space, but they also got to make the moon a reality, too.

NASA has a lot more space history to tell with the next Apollo missions, which will be called Discovery and Apollo 11.

NASA will be celebrating the anniversary of Apollo on September 6 with a parade on the National Mall, which commemorates the launch of the first Apollo mission.

The agency also has a Space and Science Hall of Fame to honor astronauts who have been a part a space operation.