Apollo 11 is a legendary mission of the Apollo program launched by NASA in the early 1960s. Three American astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Michael Collins, made this mission from July 16 to 24, 1969, returning healthy and safe on Earth. When Michel Collins piloted the lunar orbit control module, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin managed to land on the site called "Sea of Tranquility".
They spent 2 hours 31 minutes outside the Lunar Module. The photographs made with the Hasselbald camera by the astronauts themselves, have become emblematic and valuable documents of the era of space conquest.
The photographs they brought back from this trip are unpublished and marked the twentieth century. Spatial conquest is commonly regarded as the modern odyssey par excellence. Before being able to do this, NASA had to do a lot of preparatory work, especially through the Surveyor missions, which made it possible to determine where the landing / lunar landing was to take place.