In December 1968, astronauts from the mission of Apollo 8, Frank Borman, William Anders, and James Lovell, captured the first historical view of the Earth.
When Apollo entered the orbit around 8 months, astronauts on the planet were surprised to see the Earth more than the surface of the moon.
Commander of the Apollo 8 Colonel Frank Borman remembers the flight.
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