Harry Kim took part in the celebration of the 400th ann'iversary of the landing in 2369 (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

I removed the aforementioned comment because I cannot find the line in the episode confirming its accuracy. --Gvsualan 05:48, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)


Did any episode actually name the month? I recall the Wednesday reference, but did it go down to the exact date? Though, that said, I'd identify the exact date of the launch as a "special case" article...the first manned landing of humanity on another world. -- 19:44, 18 July 2006 (UTC)

Name of mission?Edit

The article states that Apollo 11 was the name of a spacecraft. Wasn't Apollo 11 the name of the mission? I was under the impression that the rocket was a Saturn 5 and that the individual crafts used on the mission (like the lander module and the command modual) had actual names?

Moon landing astronauts Edit

Do we assume that the moon shot they are talking about in "Tomorrow is Yesterday" is in fact the one with Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins (astronaut)? Does Collins therefore get an article by default or a space on Unnamed Humans (20th century) with a note saying that's who it would have been? Having recently created the categories "Astronauts" and "Earth astronauts" this has now come up. --LauraCC (talk) 21:53, February 27, 2017 (UTC)

Canonically, there is indeed a third person involved other than those two, as the announcer says, "All three astronauts who are to make this historic-". It's never said to be Collins, however. Unless there's an assignment patch somewhere with his name on it...--LauraCC (talk) 17:28, February 28, 2017 (UTC)