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The miracle of Apollo 11 landing

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It is 40 years since man first went to the moon. At the time, mobile phones and personal computers were the stuff of science fiction and yet humans managed to send three men more than 250,000 miles across space. In the second of his reports, science correspondent Tom Feilden looks at the remarkable technological achievement of the Apollo programme.

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