Take the Apollo 11 Moonwalk Quiz!

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Welcome to our Friday quiz!

With this week’s 45th anniversary of Apollo 11, we’ve started off with the second of our Apollo 11 quizzes, all about the Moonwalk. Good Luck!

This quiz will be available, but prize eligibility will end on Sunday at midnight US EDT.

This quiz, one prize: (drawn from the high scores): One copy of our Mission to the Moon DVD set. (If you already have this set I will make a substitution)

Since we’re offering prizes we ask that you take the quiz only once, and that you do NOT use the Google machine to give us your answers. Good Luck!

Moonwalk Quiz: You'll be challenged with 10 questions on the Apollo 11 Moonwalk. Since we consider our quiz candidates to be a competent lot, but this quiz is one of our tougher tests, we've established a passing grade on this quiz of 70%. The quiz features ten questions, each worth ten points.

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Who was CAPCOM during the Apollo 11 Moonwalk?

1 out of 10

Why was the television upside down at the beginning of the Moonwalk television?

2 out of 10

Who travelled farther from the LM during the Moonwalk?

3 out of 10

What is an "L-R-Cubed?"

4 out of 10

How long was the Apollo 11 Moonwalk?

5 out of 10

Which boot did Neil Armstrong plant on the lunar surface first?

6 out of 10

Where did the Apollo 11 Moonwalk take place?

7 out of 10

What change was anticipated (and made) to the flight plan after landing on the Moon?

8 out of 10

What was the last thing done with Eagle's hatch open?

9 out of 10

Who called the astronauts while they were standing on the Moon?

10 out of 10

8 Responses

  1. David Colton
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    Another good quiz there Mark….now if you’ll excuse me I need to put an ice pack on my poor overworked brain. Needed a good think over some of those.

  2. Michael Nagle
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    That was a very good quiz! Really made you think.

  3. Dave W
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    Great quiz Mark! I scored 90% – had to guess on the question of who went farther from the LM, and I got the person right, but the reason wrong. There’s always a tough one like that in the bunch, which makes for a great exercise.

    Happy Apollo 45, everyone!

  4. Jim Rosencrans
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    Yet another great quiz! I am lucky to have witnessed remembered -MOST- of these during the actual events of that spectacular day (or shortly thereafter).

  5. Don
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    Left foot?

  6. Dave W
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    Crazy how short their moonwalk was compared to all the others. We have what, a total of approximately 80 hours of lunar EVA from all 6 moonwalking missions? Apollo 11 barely scratches the surface.

  7. John B
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    Great quiz, got lucky on my edumacated guesses for a 100.

  8. James Whitear
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    Damn these quizzes ! I know nothing !!! … well not as much as I thought.

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