160 heartbeats per minute: The final, frantic moments before the historic moon landing
49 years ago today, Apollo 11 astronauts achieved something that is still considered the benchmark of human innovation: they successfully landed on the moon and returned safely back to Earth. The final moments that led up to the historic event were full of anticipation and excitement for the Apollo team.
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