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The Carnarvon tracking station was critical to the Apollo Moon project, including Apollo 11's historic first Moon landing flight from launch on 16 July 1969 to splash down on 24 July, 8 days later. Neil Armstrong's first step onto the Moon's surface was broadcast live on TV to a worldwide audience of 600 million people.