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Mission Control restored 50 years after Apollo 11

USATODAY.com Friday, 28 June 2019
NASA’s old Mission Control in Houston has been meticulously restored to the way it looked 50 years ago when two men first landed on the moon. It was last used for space shuttle flights in the 1990s. It opens to the public next week. (June 28)
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News video: Restored Nasa Mission Control comes alive 50 years after Apollo

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Nasa has held a grand reopening of its Mission Control room from the Apollo days after it was meticulously restored to the way it looked 50 years ago.

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