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29 Aug 2012, 18:38 UTC
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The suggestion by Neil Armstrong's family to remember him by winking at the moon, has inspired some to turn an eye towards preserving the site of his 1969 lunar landing. A recently drafted bill by a California congressman is among the efforts aimed at protecting the 106 artifacts that Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left behind during Apollo 11's time at Tranquility Base.

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