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Space Rocket History #228 – Apollo 11 – The Return

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Michael Annis

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Space Rocket History #228 – Apollo 11 – The Return

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The next critical event in the Apollo 11 mission was the Trans-Earth Injection burn. The burn involved firing the big service propulsion engine for two and a half minutes on the back side of the moon.

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