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What Was The Rocket Called That Neil Armstrong Went To The Moon In?

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The rocket that Neil Armstrong used to fly to the Moon in the Apollo 11 mission, was the Saturn V.
This rocket was 363 feet tall, and used 5 huge engines on the 1st stage to lift the massive rocket into space. Just 1 motor from the Saturn V rocket 1st stage had more power then all 3 of the main engines on the Space Shuttle. I hope this answers your question.
BTW, all moon missions all used this rocket to get the crews to the moon.
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The rocket the lifted the Apollo (all Apollo crews) to space was the Saturn V. The spacecraft that the astronauts used to land on the moon was the LEM (Lunar Excursion Module), Apollo 11's was called the "Eagle". Each of the moon missions had names for their own LEMs.

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Apollo 11
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The name of the rockets that took the Apollo crews to the Moon was called the, Saturn V rocket. These rockets were the largest rockets ever built and are far bigger than the rocket  used to launch the Space Shuttles today.
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Apollo 11
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Shuttle

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