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File:Duke, Lovell and Haise at the Apollo 11 Capcom, Johnson Space Centre, Houston, Texas - 19690720.jpg


English: Spacecraft communicators at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas, USA, keeping in contact with the Apollo 11 astronauts during their lunar landing mission on 20 July 1969. From left to right, they are astronauts Charles M. Duke Jr., James A. Lovell Jr. and Fred W. Haise Jr.
Français : Les controleurs de vols lors de la phase d'alunissage du LEM (Apollo 11) le 20 July 1969.
Date 20 July 1969
Author Photographer from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) (, not named at the NASA website.


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  • 2006-10-27 12:03 Francoispa 516×216×8 (20734 bytes) Les controleurs de vols lors de la fase d'alunissage du LEM (Apollo 11) le 20/08/1969 Credit: NASA (
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