CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 20, 1969
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Bypassed Introduction Walter Cronkite (NYC)
(Studio) Pictures relayed from Apollo X on way to moon. Film of earth from ship shown, accompanied by voices of astronauts, John Young, Eugene Cernan, and Thomas Stafford. Charles Duke of Houston Space Center talks with Cernan. View inside ship shown. Astronauts show how they separate hydrogen bubbles out of drinking water. Bubbles made earlier astronauts sick. Astronauts talk with space center about mission. Space center shown. Pictures sent from 202,000 mile from earth. Flight going well.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
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