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Press conference by Apollo 11 crew
After embarking on their goodwill tour, which took them across 24 countries in 45 days, the Apollo 11 crew held its maiden post flight press conference on 16 September, 1969. During that questions and answers session, which took an hour and twenty one minutes, any behavioural psychologist with proficiency could analyse that not all was well with the returning astronauts, in particular with Neil Armstrong who fronted the panel. He looked conflicted as he was sat there, tentatively tiptoeing his way through, stuttering at times. The reactions of Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins looked dubious when Neil Armstrong answered Sir Patrick Moore's question about whether or not stars and the solar corona could be seen from the moon. The nervous twitch on Collins' visage was instantaneously evident, right after Neil Armstrong uttered how he did not recall what stars he could see. Collins subsequently interjected with: "I don't remember seeing any". The problem with this statement is that he was supposedly standing by inside the command module; and it was Aldrin, not Collins, who allegedly accompanied Neil Armstrong on the lunar surface.
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