Neil Armstrong’s Nearly Fatal Accident Before His Apollo 11 Flight
HE EJECTS FROM THE LLRV WITH ONLY SECONDS TO SPARE
A series of three color photographs in sequence enlarged from a 16mm motion picture camera, all 8 by 10 inches with blue NASA text on verso. All having a watermark of: “This Paper Manufactured by Kodak” on verso. The sequence shows Armstrong ejecting from the LLRV moments before impact and floating to the ground via parachute. Any injury from this crash could have cost him from being the commander of Apollo 11 and unable to be the first man to step upon the Moon.