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Gedeon Naudet used this video camera to capture critical moments, such as the first plane crashing into the North Tower, on camera. (Photo: Deena Farrell)
Maria Jaffe, a participant in the 9/11 Memorial Museum's docent program, gives a tour to museum visitors. (Photo: Deena Farrell)
This flashlight serves as a momento of the survival of two employees at the World Trade Center on 9/11. (Photo: Deena Farrell)
The 9/11 Memorial Museum and Google partnered to launch an interactive installation. (Photo: Jordan Friedman)
Students from Xaverian High School in Brooklyn volunteered to clean up the memorial plaza on Oct. 25. (Photo: Amy Dreher)
This year's Salute to Service will include a variety of events and programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. (Photo: Amy Dreher)
Jim Axelrod, CBS News reporter, stands in front of the timeline bearing his name for coining the term "Ground Zero" to refer to the World Trade Center. (Photo: Memorial Staff)
Ellen and Doug Burns volunteer at the 9/11 Memorial Museum to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks. (Photo: Deena Farrell)
The 9/11 Memorial Museum has launched a blog on the social platform Tumblr.
A child and parent pet Chance, a comfort canine, at the first Stories & Art session on October 18. (Photo: Noaa Stoler)