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They read from the Book of Genesis." Lunar Module Pilot William Anders began their Christmas Eve, 1968 broadcast saying, "The crew of Apollo 8 has a message that we would like to send to you: In the beginning, God created the Heaven and the Earth.
Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot; Michael Collins, command module pilot.
Four days later when Eagle - Apollo 11's lunar module - separated from the command module Columbia at the far side of the Moon, the world waited to see what would happen.
Four days later when Eagle -- Apollo 11's lunar module -- separated from the command module Columbia at the far side of the Moon, the world waited to see what would happen.
Michael stayed on board Apollo 11 while Armstrong and Aldrin took the lunar module, Eagle, down to the Moon's surface.
Thomas Stafford, along with CAPCOM for Apollo 11 and Apollo 16 lunar module pilot Charlie Duke.
The second stamp shows the landing site of the lunar module in the Sea of Tranquility, taken in 2010 by Alabama-based amateur astronomer Gregory Revera.
Neil Armstrong climbed out of the lunar module simulator at NASA HQ after a particularly harrowing practice session for the upcoming Apollo 11moon landing, promptly lit up a cigarette and announced, "Well, that's my one cigarette for the year."
He flew into space twice, first as Apollo 12's lunar module pilot in November 1969 when he became the fourth person to walk on the moon.
As the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, he was one of the first two humans to land on the moon, and the second person to walk on it.
Cernan would make three spaceflights--as a pilot on Gemini 9A in June 1966, as a lunar module pilot on Apollo 10 in May 1969 and as commander of Apollo 17 in December 1972, the final Apollo mission and the last time humans landed on the moon.
Kelly designed a Lunar Module that enabled twelve astronauts to land on and ascend from the Moon over six missions.