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Google celebrates 50th anniversary of moon landing with video doodle
Internet search engine and technology giant celebrates the 50th anniversary of moon landing with a video doodle that can be played to have a glimpse of the space science and technology accomplished event.

"Fifty years ago, NASA's Apollo 11 mission changed our world and ideas of what is possible by successfully landing humans on the surface of the moon??and bringing them home safely??for the first time in history," informs the Google Doodles website.

Today's (July 19) video doodle celebrates this moment of human achievement by taking us through the journey to the moon and back, narrated by someone with firsthand knowledge of the epic event: former astronaut and Apollo 11 command module pilot Michael , adds the website

A team of some 400,000 people from around the world worked on Project Apollo?mostly factory workers, scientists, and engineers who never left the ground. Within those 400,000 were

I has been recalled that in 1969, the lunar mission's astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins undertook historic journey began with the Saturn V rocket blasted off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on July 16, 1969.

"After achieving orbit around the moon, the lunar module, known as 'the Eagle,' separated for a 13-minute journey to the surface. Meanwhile, astronaut Michael Collins stayed behind in the command module, which would eventually bring all three astronauts back home to Earth," further describes the website about the safe landing on the crater the 'Sea of Tranquillity'.

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