[LINK] Finally up to date on the Shuttle

Frank O'Connor foconno1@bigpond.net.au
Tue, 4 Feb 2003 10:25:31 +1100


Mmmm ...

And I did remember.    :)

But I figured that the 'getting back' bit was as important as the 
'landing on the Moon' bit ... and he was a bit critical for that.

				Regards,

At 4:09 PM +1000 3/2/2003, hartr@interweft.com.au wrote:
>On  3 Feb, Frank O'Connor wrote:
>>  the day we all watched
>>  the Armstrong and Aldrin and Collins land on the moon.
>
>I hate to be pedantic, but in terms of correct history, Collins did not
>land - although I don't doubt that he whished he had.
>
>The lunar module ("Eagle") carried only two people - Aldrin and
>Armstrong. Collins remained on board the orbiting Apollo 11 capsule.
>
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