50 years after moon landing, Mission Control is painstakingly recreated

50 years after moon landing, Mission Control is painstakingly recreated

50 years after moon landing, Mission Control is painstakingly recreated

Curated via Twitter from NBC News MACH’s twitter account….

Flight controllers at NASA’s Mission Operations Control Room at the Johnson Space Center in Houston celebrate the successful conclusion of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission on July 24, 1969.

Project Apollo’s Mission Operations Control Room has been meticulously recreated down to the tan carpeting, gray-green wallpaper, white ceiling panels, woven-cushion seats, amber glass ashtrays and retro coffee cups.

Original flight control consoles and binders at the newly restored Apollo Mission Control Room on June 28.

The Eagle has landed,’" Kranz said during a sneak preview of the restored control room at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

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