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Danville man documents Apollo 11 splashdown

Original post made on Apr 6, 2009

The Apollo 11 recovery was the most difficult of all the NASA missions in the 1960s, says Danville resident Robert Fish, whose new book documents the Navy's support of the moon race. Neil Armstrong wrote the initial cover blurb, and astronaut Dick Gordon wrote the foreword.

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