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Apollo 11 moon landing videotapes sell at auction for $1.8 million

Mashable Sunday, 21 July 2019
Footage of the first moon landing taken in 1969 during NASA's Apollo 11 mission was purchased at auction through Sotheby's for $1.82 million on Saturday.

The collection of footage totals about 2 hours and 24 minutes across three reels of film recorded at Mission Control in Houston, Texas. This footage is the "earliest,...
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