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Apollo-Soyuz #483822

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 18, 1975
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(Studio) Apollo-Soyuz crews say goodbye.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Aboard Apollo-Soyuz) Crews visit back and forth. [Alexei LEONOV - points out Soviet landing site.] [Vance BRAND - points out United States sites (in Russian).] Leonov and Thomas Stafford present each other with seeds in ceremony. Leonov shows drawings he made of USSR and United States flags. Spacemen eat raisins. [STAFFORD - hopes they've opened up new era in history. To meet again on ground.]

(Houston, Texas) Apollo and Soyuz to undock, redock and undock again Saturday Soyuz to land Monday; Apollo to land Thursday

Chancellor, John;
Neal, Roy

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