100925 | UNITED STATES & GERMANY. Apollo 11 silver Medal.
100925 | UNITED STATES & GERMANY. Apollo 11 silver Medal. Issued 1969. Commemorating the first lunar landing (40mm, 29.47 g, 12h).
N. ARMSTRONG E. ALDRIN M. COLLINS / • ERSTE MONDLANDUNG •, jugate heads of Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins left, each wearing astronaut's helmet and suit / APOLLO 11 20.–21. JULI 1969, Aldrin placing the Passive Seismic Experiment Package onto the moon's surface; the Eagle in background. Edge: Plain.
Hans Kaiser Coll. 2033. Choice Gem Mint State. Highly lustrous and blazing, with an intense peripheral iridescence. Great astronomical type.
Captivating the entire world, the Apollo 11 spaceflight achieved the monumental and historic event of landing man on the surface of the Moon for the first time. Armstrong and Aldrin spent a little over two hours on the Moon, conducting experiments and gathering environmental samples, before returning to the Eagle Lunar Module which ultimately rejoined the Columbia Command Module, the latter having been piloted solely by Collins during the Eagle's landing and subsequent events. This achievement closed out the decade of the '60's which began with a challenge by President Kennedy in 1961, namely that "...before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth."
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