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Astronauts Work Aboard the Command Module
A close-up of an Apollo 11 astronaut’s face

The information in this video was accurate as of the original publication date.

Audience: Educators and Students
Grades: 5-12

This NASA video segment describes what the Apollo 11 astronauts did during their three-day trip to the moon. Learn about some of the tasks the astronauts completed, such as studying charts, making observations, collecting data and taking photographs. Historical video footage of the astronauts supports the presentation.

Astronauts Work Aboard the Command Module
Duration: 52 seconds
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This video clip is part of the Flight of Apollo 11 (The Eagle Has Landed) DVD that may be ordered from the
Central Operation of Resources for Educators, or CORE  →.

Other video learning clips in this series:
Historical Quotations About Space Exploration
July 16, 1969: Apollo 11 Lifts Off
Lunar Module in Space
Destination: The Moon
Astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin Arrive on the Moon
Leaving the Moon, Eagle Heads for Columbia
The Mission Ends Safely: Astronauts Head for Debriefing
Mission Complete: Review and Evaluation