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    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
    • 18 Stunning New Apollo Moon Photos Will Blow Your Mind
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    The Apollo program, also known as Project Apollo is the only space program in the history of the mankind that resulted in a successful landing of a man on the Moon.

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has released more than 9,000 photos of the astronauts and spacecrafts of the Apollo program. Sputnik has chosen 18 photos to depict what many people worldwide call one of the greatest achievements of the mankind in the 20 century.

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