Apollo 11’s command module, “Columbia,” is the centerpiece of “Destination Moon: The Apollo Mission” at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. The exhibit honors the 50th anniversary of the first trip to the moon. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Apollo 11’s command module, “Columbia,” is the centerpiece of “Destination Moon: The Apollo Mission” at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. The exhibit honors the 50th anniversary of the first trip to the moon. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Apollo 11 amazes at the Museum of Flight’s lunar exhibit

Check out artifacts such as the space gloves and visor Buzz Aldrin wore on the moon 50 years ago.

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