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Bendigo's Mike Tobin started his career as a tea boy and went on to monitor the vital signs of the three astronauts in the Apollo 11 Moon landing mission. Mr Tobin was quite alarmed when Neil Armstrong was about to leave the lunar module to take that "one giant leap for mankind". While Armstrong and fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin "were sitting quite calmly chatting away", this all changed when they landed.
It was never the less quite alarming," Mr Tobin said. There were 14, technicians and engineers worldwide involved in the Moon landing and Mr Tobin was one of the few hundred people in Australia who were involved.
Mr Tobin, now 73, was one of people working at Orroral Valley Tracking Station, about 50 kilometres south of Canberra. The large modernist rectangular building with "enormous" computers was staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with a remote transmitter site further away.
Mr Tobin's role was to look after the biomedical data of the three astronauts, monitoring their vital signs such as heart rate, breathing, respiration, adrenalin levels and muscle tissue.
Each of the astronauts had various sensors attached to their skin, including probes implanted into their bodies connected to the communications system which was transmitted back to Earth and sent onto NASA's Goddard Flight Centre near Washington.