and I know there are plenty more from the other missions
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First mention of the sun by an Astronaut standing on the moon's surface:
109:27:13 Armstrong: Okay. It's quite dark here in the shadow and a little hard for me to see that I have good footing. I'll work my way over into the sunlight here without looking directly into the Sun.
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Just to put a time scale on this, Armstrong stepping onto the moon occured at 109 hours 25 minutes and 8 seconds in the mission, so the first referance to the sun occured just 2 minutes and 5 seconds after the first step.
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