Space Station 46 started its life as DSS44 at the Hoenysuckle
Creek Tracking Station. Most famous role in the Apollo XI Moon
Space Station 46
Originally constructed in 1965 at the Honeysuckle Creek Tracking
Station for the Apollo missions, this antenna received the first
images of Neil Armstrong walking on the Moon. In 1983 it was
relocated to Tidbinbilla and modified. The X-Y configuration
and small dish size allow it to move rapidly, making it ideal
for tracking near-Earth spacecraft.
was retired from deep space service in December 2009.