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English: Astronauts Michael Collins (left), Neil Armstrong (2nd right), and Buzz Aldrin (right), with then-U.S. President George W. Bush on the 35th anniversary of the Moon landing.
Česky: Přijetí posádky Apolla 11 prezedentem USA George W. Bushem v Bílém domě k 35. výročí přistání na Měsíci. Zleva Michael Collins, prezident USA George W. Bush, Neil Armstrong a Buzz Aldrin.
Date 21 July 2004
originally uploaded to de.wikipedia by User:W.wolny on 29. Okt 2004; copied from the NASA's site
Author NASA/Bill Ingalls
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