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Apollo 11 (2019) movie poster.

Movie (2019)

Starring:
Edwin Aldrin (Himself)
Neil Armstrong (Himself)
Michael Collins (Himself)

(Synopsis needed)



Bell 47J Ranger

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Grumman F9F Panther

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North American X-15A-3

Neil Armstrong was seven times at the controls of the X-15, of which four flights were with this North American X-15A-3 s/n 56-6672.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).

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Martin Titan II GLV (Gemini VIII Launch Vehicle)

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Lockheed McDonnell Agena Target Vehicle

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Bell Lunar Landing Research Vehicle

On 6 May 1968, Armstrong was forced to use LLRV #1's ejection seat.

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North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre

S/n 52-4349 North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre c/n 191-45. Later sold to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-52/06 in 1963.
Illustrating Michael Collins pilot's career.

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Lockheed F-104A-15-LO Starfighter

S/n 56-0769 Lockheed F-104A-15-LO Starfighter c/n 183-1057. Later sold to to RoCAF (Republic of China Armed Forces) as 4208. Written off on 18 December 1963.
Flying alongside 56-0781 (written off on 9 April 1961 near Phoenix, Arizona, USA).

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North American F-86 Sabre

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Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star

Two T-33s with Northrop T-38 Talon in the background.

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North American F-86E Sabre

Lieutenant Buzz Aldrin in the cockpit of a North American Aviation F-86E Sabre of 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing. The nose art is Pluto (the famous cartoon character) running after a Mig-15.

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Category:Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15

During its Korea tour, Buzz Aldrin flew 66 combat missions and shot down two MiG-15 aircraft.

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McDonnell Gemini Capsule

Buzz Aldrin's first space flight was in 1966 on Gemini 12 during which he spent over five hours on extravehicular activity. Here seen beside the with the Agena Target Vehicle. The McDonnell Gemini Capsule is on the very bottom of the picture.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Sikorsky S-55

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Saturn V Apollo XI

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Grumman Lunar Module LM-5

Grumman Lunar Module LM-5 still on the third stage (Saturn-IVB booster), as seen from the Apollo command and service module.

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En route for the landing.

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North American Apollo Command/Service Module

A model kit seen inside the Command Control Room : Apollo CSM docked to the LM.

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Separation during the third lunar orbit (Apollo CSM on the left and the LM on the right, both seen from the other).

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USS Hornet (CVS-12)

On the deck, four Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King and three Grumman S-2 Tracker and three Grumman E-1B Tracer.

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Grumman E-1B Tracer

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Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King

Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King 'NT 56' BuNo 154109 (c/n 61-399). Written off 3 June 1972.

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All Blue 'NU 64' from HS-4.

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BuNo 152711 (c/n 61377) 'NT 66' nicknamed 'Old 66'.
Helicopter 66 was delivered to the U.S. Navy on 4 March 4 1967 and, in 1968, was added to the inventory of U.S. Navy Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Four (HS-4). Its original tail number was NT-66/2711.
During the Apollo 8, Apollo 10, and Apollo 11 missions, Helicopter 66 was the primary recovery vehicle which hoisted returning astronauts from the spacecraft command modules.
Was then retagged Helicopter 740 but painted back as Helicopter 66 just the duration for the later recovery missions in which it participated (Apollo 12 / November 1969 and Apollo 13 / April 1970).
She also transported the Shah of Iran during the 1973 USS Kitty Hawk campaign.
Crashed and sank in the Pacific Ocean by night after 3,245 flight hours (June 1975). The four crew members were rescued but the pilot later died of the wounds he sustained in the crash.

Putting automatic camera on their rack.
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Seen too on Episode 4: The Explorers When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions.

'NT 70' from HS-4.

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Grumman S-2 Tracker

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Sikorsky VH-3A 'Marine One'

Two Sikorsky VH-3A 'Marine One' (yelow arrow) brought President Nixon and his staff on 24 July 1969 to welcome the Apollo XI crew.

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North American Aviation Command module Columbia (CM-107)

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Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter

S/n 66-7958 (c/n 300-6250) Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter. Ended to AMARC as CR0051 on 31 March 1998 where it was scrapped (28 August 2003).

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Aero Spacelines Super Guppy

Reg. N1038V c/n 15938 Aero Spacelines B-377SG Super Guppy, a former Boeing 377 (as seen in Amici per la pelle) customized by Aero Spacelines for its own use.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

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