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Español: La transmisión al público fue una imagen en blanco y negro filmada de una imagen proyectada sobre una pantalla, según Sibrel para ocultar los detalles de la falsificación


Neil Armstrong descending the ladder on the lunar module. Polaroid image of slow scan television footage on Goldstone Station.

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Nasa image S69-42583.


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