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အပိုလို ၁၁ Two and a half hours after landing, before preparations began for the EVA, Aldrin broadcast that:
အပိုလို ၁၁ Aldrin poses on the Moon, allowing Armstrong to photograph both of them using the visor's reflection.
အပိုလို ၁၁ Aldrin next to the Passive Seismic Experiment Package with Eagle in the background.
အပိုလို ၁၁ Throughout the descent Aldrin had called out navigation data to Armstrong, who was busy piloting the LM. A few moments before the landing, a light informed Aldrin that at least one of the 67-inch (170 cm) probes hanging from Eagle's footpads had touched the surface, and he said "Contact light!". Three seconds later, Eagle landed and Armstrong said "Shutdown". Aldrin immediately said "Okay, engine stop. ACA - out of detent." Armstrong acknowledged "Out of detent. Auto" and Aldrin continued "Mode control - both auto. Descent engine command override off. Engine arm - off. 413 is in."
အပိုလို ၁၁ Aldrin bootprint; part of an experiment to test the properties of the lunar regolith
အပိုလို ၁၁ As the descent began, Armstrong and Aldrin found that they were passing landmarks on the surface 4 seconds early and reported that they were "long": they would land miles west of their target point.
အပိုလို ၁၁ He then took communion privately. At this time NASA was still fighting a lawsuit brought by atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair (who had objected to the Apollo 8 crew reading from the Book of Genesis) demanding that their astronauts refrain from broadcasting religious activities while in space. As such, Aldrin chose to refrain from directly mentioning taking communion on the moon. Aldrin was an elder at the Webster Presbyterian Church and his communion kit was prepared by the pastor of the church, the Rev. Dean Woodruff. Aldrin described communion on the Moon and the involvement of his church and pastor in the October 1970 edition of Guideposts magazine and in his book Return to Earth. Webster Presbyterian possesses the chalice used on the Moon and commemorates the event each year on the Sunday closest to July 20.[22]
အပိုလို ၁၁ Aldrin entered Eagle first. With some difficulty the astronauts lifted film and two sample boxes containing more than 22 kilograms (49 lb) of lunar surface material to the LM hatch using a flat cable pulley device called the Lunar Equipment Conveyor. Armstrong reminded Aldrin of a bag of memorial items in his suit pocket sleeve, and Aldrin tossed the bag down; Armstrong then jumped to the ladder's third rung and climbed into the LM. After transferring to LM life support, the explorers lightened the ascent stage for return to lunar orbit by tossing out their PLSS backpacks, lunar overshoes, one Hasselblad camera, and other equipment. They then pressurized the LM, and settled down to sleep.[42]
အပိုလို ၁၁ ကမ္ဘာ့ဆွဲအား၏ ၁/၆ သာရှိသော လဆွဲအားအောက်တွင်လှုပ်ရှားရသည်မှာ အတုပြုလုပ်လေ့ကျင့်ခဲ့သည်ထက်ပိုမိုလွယ်ကူကြောင်း၊ လှည့်လည်သွားလာရန်အတွက်မည်သည့်လုံးဝအခက်အခဲမရှိကြောင်း အမ်းစထရောင်းကဆိုသည်။ [27] Aldrin joined him on the surface and tested methods for moving around, including two-footed kangaroo hops. The PLSS backpack created a tendency to tip backwards, but neither astronaut had serious problems maintaining balance. Loping became the preferred method of movement. The astronauts reported that they needed to plan their movements six or seven steps ahead. The fine soil was quite slippery. Aldrin remarked that moving from sunlight into Eagle's shadow produced no temperature change inside the suit, though the helmet was warmer in sunlight, so he felt cooler in shadow.[27]
အပိုလို ၁၁ ၇ နာရီခန့်အနားယူပြီးနောက် အပြန်ခရီးပျံသန်းမှုအတွက်ပြင်ဆင်ရန် အဖွဲ့သားများအား ဟူစတန်ကနှိုးလိုက်သည်။ နှစ်နာရီခွဲကြာပြီးနောက် နိုင်ငံတကာစံတော်ချိန် 17:54 တွင် they lifted off in Eagle's ascent stage, carrying 21.5 kilograms of lunar samples with them, to rejoin CMP Michael Collins aboard Columbia in lunar orbit. During the launch Aldrin looked up in time to see the exhaust from the ascent module's engine knock over the American flag they had planted.[1]