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The moon is trying extra full than ever. The director Todd Douglas Miller assembles superbly restored archival footage, blends that with audio from the astronauts and a vibrant rating to create a contemporary take a look at a second that has been woven into American consciousness. In this scene, Miller discusses his use of break up display to depict the level when the Eagle lunar module separates from the Columbia spacecraft and prepares to land on the moon.
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