Forty years ago today Apollo 11 was in space, having successfully completed its launch but awaiting its moon landing.
But before Apollo 11 could blast off from the launch pad, it had to be brought there. NASA cameras captured this aerial view of Saturn V SA-506, the space vehicle for the first lunarlanding mission, moving down the 3.5 mile crawler way to Launch Complex39-A.
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