|Neil Armstrong's spacesuit patch while he was on the moon|
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|Satellite image taken in 2012 of Apollo 11 site|
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Video from LROC satellite focusing on Apollo 11 landing site
LRRR. That's the Lunar Laser Ranging Retro Reflector experiment left on the moon by Neil Armstrong about an hour before leaving. The LRRR reflects laser pulses from Earth to this day and is a way to learn the exact distance between Earth and Moon at time of pulse.
Discarded Cover. Dust cover that was removed and discarded from the LRRR.
PSEP. This seismic recording package failed after 21 days on the moon. Later PSEPs left by other astronauts functioned well.
LM. Lunar module descent stage.
50 m. Most of the Apollo 11 landing site fit within a 50 x 50 meter area. See photo above.
Little West Crater. In image above footsteps of the astronauts are visible from the LM to Little West Crater directly to the right.