CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 17, 1969
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(CBS Space Hdqtrs.) Apollo XI predictable; over halfway to moon. Soviet unmanned Luna XV orbits moon. Speculated it may land on moon. Director of Jodrell Bank Radio Observatory in England, Sir Bernard Lovell, says it may land Friday Says he and colleagues listen to United States and USSR crafts at once. Neil Armstrong predicts weather. Voice of Armstrong talks of Texas weather to Houston Control. Film of flight animated. Crew to make another TV broadcast within hour
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
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