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Space experts react to the Apollo 11 Moon landings

  • Space experts react to the Apollo 11 Moon landings


    Half a century ago, a human set foot on the moon for the first time. Nature invited three experts to rewatch the highlights of the landing, reflecting on the Apollo missions' huge significance to humanity and to science. Sara Russell and Marissa Lo are researchers who study the moon, and Wally Funk was the youngest of the 'Mercury 13' women who underwent - and passed - many of the same tests as the Apollo 11 astronauts.

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  • Ask an Expert: Apollo and the So-Called Moon-Landing Hoax


    Dr. Roger Launius, curator in the National Air and Space Museum's Space History Division and alleged conspirator, discusses the belief by some that the Moon landings never actually happened.

    This video was created from a live audio recording of an Ask an Expert lecture presented on July 1, 2009. Ask an Expert is a free, informal lecture program presented to the public by Museum staff.

    Total running time: 16 minutes, 32 seconds
    Produced by: Michael Joseph, National Air and Space Museum
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  • Historic Apollo 11 Moon Landing Footage


    Join us for a trip down memory lane! Starting at 4:02 p.m. EDT on July 20, 2019, NASA TV replayed the original footage of the 1969 Moon landing. Relive the moment:

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  • Apollo 11: Celebrating NASAs Historic Moon Landing


    The primary objective of Apollo 11 was to complete a national goal set by President John F. Kennedy on May 25, 1961: perform a crewed lunar landing and return to Earth. The success of the mission was celebrated globally and united all humankind. This video shows the parades that celebrated the successful return of Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin.

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  • 5 famous moon landing conspiracy theories debunked


    How is the flag waving on the moon? Why aren't there any stars in Apollo photos? We debunk these moon landing conspiracy theories and more.

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  • Historic Apollo 11 Footage: Returning to Earth after Moon Landing


    “As a result of what you have done, the world's never been closer together .... We can reach for the stars just as you have reached so far for the stars, said President Richard Nixon to the #Apollo50th crew who had a successful voyage to land and walk on the Moon. Tune in on Wednesday, July 24 starting at 12:45 p.m. EDT as we broadcast historic footage of this moment

  • Restored Apollo 11 Moonwalk - Original NASA EVA Mission Video - Walking on the Moon


    Original Mission Video as aired in July 1969 depicting the Apollo 11 astronauts conducting several tasks during extravehicular activity (EVA) operations on the surface of the moon. The EVA lasted approximately 2.5 hours with all scientific activities being completed satisfactorily. The Apollo 11 (EVA) began at 10:39:33 p.m. EDT on July 20, 1969 when Astronaut Neil Armstrong emerged from the spacecraft first. While descending, he released the Modularized Equipment Stowage Assembly on the Lunar Module's descent stage. A camera on this module provided live television coverage of man's first step on the Moon. On this, their one and only EVA, the astronauts had a great deal to do in a short time. During this first visit to the Moon, the astronauts remained within about 100 meters of the lunar module, collected about 47 pounds of samples, and deployed four experiments. After spending approximately 2 hours and 31 minutes on the surface, the astronauts ended the EVA at 1:11:13 a.m. EDT on July 21.

  • Was the Moon Landing faked? | Neil deGrasse Tyson | Big Questions


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  • Apollo 11 Moon landing reconstructed using orbiter imagery


    NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter imagery and topography has been used to reconstruct the Apollo 11 moon landing. See side-by-side comparisons with the original footage. -- Here's What Neil Armstrong Saw As He Landed Apollo 11's Eagle on the Moon: (

    The Apollo 11 mission landed on the moon on July 20, 1969.

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  • Debunking Lunar Landing Conspiracies with Maxwell and VXGI


    Explore the truth behind the iconic Buzz Aldrin moon landing photo. See how modern graphics innovations can shed new light on a 45-year-old conspiracy theory. More info:

  • True Stories about the Apollo 11 Moon Landing


    Fifty years ago, Apollo 11 began its voyage into American history. And if you've ever had questions about it - we have 5 answers for you! (and they're really weird).

    The Saturn V rocket carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969 — and just four days later, man first set foot on the moon. The moon mission was a milestone in human history. But it was also a groundbreaking moment in broadcast television, as CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite brought the frontier of space to living rooms across America.

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  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing | Quick History Lesson | Twinkl


    A quick history lesson about the Apollo 11 Moon landing in 1969.

    We're trying out some new types of educational videos on the channel. This is the first in a series focused on the history of space travel, but we're hoping to branch out into different topics. Let us know what you think in the comments!

    If you're interested in learning more about the history of space travel, take a look at this video all about the first man to go to space, Yuri Gagarin ????

    Where stated, footage is taken from the NASA multimedia archive and is used for educational purposes only. Other sources of information include Eight Years to the Moon (2019) by Nancy Atkinson and Carrying the Fire (1974) by Michael Collins.


  • Was the moon landing faked - Mythbusters


    More than 40 years on conspiracy theories still abound that the moon landing was a hoax. Mythbusters take a look at some of these claims and try to recreate the notorious 'faked' photos.

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  • The Flight of Apollo 11


    The story of the first Moon landing in July 1969. Depicts the principal events of the mission, from the launching through the post recovery activities of astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins. Through television, motion pictures, and still photography, the program provides an eyewitness perspective of the Apollo 11 mission.

  • Top 5 Apollo 11 Moon Landing Conspiracies


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  • Apollo 11 50th Anniversary: The lasting impact of landing on the moon | ABC News


    How Apollo 11 changed the course of human history.

    On July 16, 1969, the trio lifted into space aboard the Apollo 11 and then entered a lunar orbit. By the next day, Armstrong and Aldrin, aboard the lunar module Eagle, had separated from Collins who remained in the command module.

    And on July 20, 1969, Americans and the staff at Apollo Mission Control in Houston, Texas, watched and listened in amazement as Armstrong and then Aldrin placed their feet on the moon's surface.

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  • Historic Apollo 11 Moonwalk Footage


    Starting at 10:38 p.m. EDT on July 20, 2019, NASA TV replayed the historic footage of the #Apollo11 Moonwalk in real time as it happened 50 years ago. Relive our #Apollo50th broadcast:

  • How NASA rehearsed for the Moon landing I The story of Apollo 10


    On May 18, 1969, Apollo 10 launched on an eight-day “dress rehearsal” ahead of the Apollo 11 Moon landing which would follow two months later. The three-man Apollo 10 crew comprised of Gene Cernan, John Young and Tom Stafford flew to the moon and back in their spacecraft nicknamed “Charlie Brown” and tested several flight parameters that would help ensure successful future trips to the lunar surface.

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  • Moon landing conspiracy DEBUNKED | What The Future


    Nvidia's new GPU debunks moon landing conspiracies all over again. Plus, a fire truck concept that could be crazy enough to work. And, Russia prepares for its next manned rocket launch after the last one failed midflight.

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  • Apollo 11 Post Flight Press Conference


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    A continuation of 'Apollo 11 Facts: Post Flight Press Conference, Part 1 of 2' internal ID 2001181405, this video shows Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong, Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Aldrin, Jr., and Command Module Pilot Michael Collins during a post flight press conference, where they describe their experiences on the mission. The astronauts then answer questions from the audience.

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  • Moon Landings Faked? Filmmaker Says Not!


    Writer/director S G Collins of Postwar Media debunks every theory that the Apollo Moon landings could have been faked in a studio. The filmmaker takes a look at the video technology of the late 1960's, showing alleged fraud was simply not possible. -- Apollo 11 Moon Landing Site Seen in Unprecedented Detail:

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  • NASA 2024 moon landing jeopardized because space suits arent ready


    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports that a delay in updating space suits may mean a delay in NASA getting to the moon. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    Elon Musk offered SpaceX’s services to help NASA make its next-generation spacesuits, after a watchdog report on Tuesday said the agency’s current program is behind schedule and will cost more than $1 billion.

    “SpaceX could do it if need be,” Musk wrote in a tweet.

    Musk’s company has developed and made flight suits for astronauts who launch into orbit in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. The flight suits are primarily designed to protect the astronauts in case of a fire inside of the spacecraft, or if the cabin depressurizes. Building spacesuits would be a more complex and challenging endeavor, given the need to survive outside of a spacecraft in the harsh environment of space.

    NASA spokesperson Monica Witt, in a statement to CNBC on Musk’s offer, pointed to the agency’s request last month to companies in the space industry for feedback on “purchasing commercial spacesuits, hardware, and services.”

    Musk’s proposal came in response to a report by NASA’s inspector general – which is the investigative office which audits the agency for fraud and mismanagement – on the work being done to develop a new line of Extravehicular Mobility Units, which are informally called spacesuits.

    Astronauts on board the International Space Station use spacesuits “designed 45 years ago for the Space Shuttle” program, the report noted. The IG also highlighted that those spacesuits have been “refurbished and partially redesigned” over the past decades to continue working.

    The space agency has started three different spacesuit programs since 2007, the inspector general found, and has spent $420.1 million on development since then. Additionally, the report said NASA “plans to invest approximately $625.2 million more” on development, testing and qualification to complete a suit for a demonstration on the ISS and two suits for the crewed mission to the moon – for a total cost of “over $1 billion” through 2025.

    Beyond the soaring cost, the inspector general said delays “attributable to funding shortfalls, COVID-19 impacts, and technical challenges” have eliminated the chance the spacesuits are ready in time. The spacesuits will “not be ready for flight until April 2025 at the earliest,” the report said. NASA originally said the spacesuits would be ready by March 2023.

    NASA needs new spacesuits for its Artemis program, which was announced by former President Donald Trump’s administration and has continued under President Joe Biden. Artemis is expected to consist of multiple missions to the moon’s orbit and surface in the years ahead, with NASA aiming to land astronauts on the lunar body by 2024. Although NASA has stuck to the 2024 goal, the inspector general has warned repeatedly that the schedule is threatened by several major programs that are key to Artemis’ success.

    Musk earlier this year called the 2024 timeline “actually doable,” after SpaceX became one of the critical pieces of Artemis by winning a $2.9 billion contract to use its Starship rocket to deliver astronauts to the moon’s surface.

    The spacesuits have a multitude of different components, which the inspector general noted are supplied by 27 different companies. That’s a point Musk also highlighted, saying in a tweet that it “seems like too many cooks in the kitchen.”

    SpaceX did not respond to CNBC’s request for comment on whether the company has begun work on its own spacesuits. While the company hasn’t publicly disclosed spacesuit plans, it is one of nearly 50 companies that expressed interest in NASA’s program to purchase privately developed spacesuits and spacewalk services.

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  • 1969: St. Louisans react to Apollo 11 launch - Part II


    More reaction from St. Louisans discussing the launch of Apollo 11.

  • What Apollo 11 pilot Michael Collins feared most during critical NASA mission


    This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, which first landed American astronauts on the moon's surface. Of the intrepid crew, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin have tended to dominate public attention, but it was pilot Michael Collins who flew the command module to the moon -- and faced his own distinct concerns about the return trip. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports.

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  • EAA Live - 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 with Michael Collins - AirVenture 2019


    Discussion with Apollo 9 astronaut and Lunar Module (LM) pilot Jim McDivitt, Grumman LM Engineer Dick Smith, historian and author Robert Godwin, and Charlie Precourt as the moderator.

    Apollo 11 command module pilot Michael Collins will be the featured guest as EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, which in July 1969 marked the first time men landed on the moon and returned safely.

    Collins will be will be joined by fellow Apollo astronaut Joe Engle during the evening program, hosted by four-time space shuttle astronaut Charlie Precourt. The program will highlight the millions of man-hours and hundreds of thousands of people who made the first manned moon landing possible.

  • Apollo 11 HD VR Simulator Experience - Rocket Launch, Moon Landing & Spaceship Docking


    Today we are going to check out the Apollo 11 VR HD Experience. In this space simulator you will relive the events of 1969. You'll take control and fly the command module, land on the moon with the Eagle One, explore the Moon’s surface and deploy the lunar experiments all before returning to earth. You will meet Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.

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  • Harvard astronomers reflect on Apollo 11 moon landing


    Fifty years ago, Apollo 11 Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to land on the moon, setting the stage for Armstrong’s historic “giant leap for mankind.” Harvard Astronomers Irwin Shapiro, Dimitar Sasselov, and Alyssa Goodman reflect on the landing, its place in history, and impact on society and themselves.

  • As the world watched Apollo 11 landing, he watched Neil Armstrongs neighbors


    The entire world watched as Neil Armstrong walked onto the moon, but there was one man watching the astronaut's neighbors. Greg Dobbs, a reporter from Colorado, spoke with us about his day in Neil's hometown.

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  • Minnesota scientist reflects on her contributions to Apollo 11 moon landing


    When Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy on July 16, 1969, the world watched as NASA fulfilled its mission to put a man on the moon. The lunar landing launched the nation's space program into the stratosphere, but one of the people responsible for its success, Dr. Reatha Clark King, is still amazed at her accomplishment here on Earth.

  • Cornell researchers reflect on Apollo moon landing


    Saturday, July 20 marks 50 years since Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon for the first time — marking a definitive milestone in space exploration and sparking the imagination of future scientists and engineers.

    Mason Peck, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Philip Nicholson, professor of astronomy, reflect on the historic mission.


  • LEGO NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander review! 10266


    The newest official LEGO large-scale NASA Apollo 11 Eagle lunar lander to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing! Features separable ascent & descent modules of the lander plus a brick-built lunar surface display base and two new astronaut minifigures to represent Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin.

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  • Space historian reflects on Apollo 11 moon landing | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC2


    In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a new documentary is sharing never-before-seen footage of the historic mission on the big screen. The film called “Apollo 11: First Steps Edition” showcases real-life moments of humankind's first steps on the moon.
    Robert Pearlman served as a historical advisor on the film. He talked about his experience working on the film, the significance of the moon landing mission and what’s next for the space program on “Houston Life.”

  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing: The world watches


    Apollo 11 Moon Landing: The world watches

  • Apollo 11 Moon Landing | EBU Archive


    Thanks to the European Broadcasting Union and its Members, people across Europe were able to witness the historic Apollo 11 moon landing – as it happened.

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  • New doc provides insight into Apollo 11 moon landing


    As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing draws near, a new documentary, Moon Landing: The Lost Tapes, tells the incredible story of mankind’s greatest leap. (July 10)

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  • Apollo 11: The Brits who put man on the moon – BBC Newsnight


    One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind... Almost 50 years later, we reveal the British engineers whose genius helped put two men on the moon.
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    The Apollo 11 landing in 1969 is still one of the greatest achievements of mankind, the images iconic and the atmosphere of hope and excitement unparalleled. The names Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong are known around the world.

    Hundreds of thousands of people worked on the project in 20,000 companies - among them a few hundred British engineers and scientists.

    With access to their personal Apollo archive, Newsnight's Adrian Harrison now speaks to them about their part in, arguably, the world's biggest journey.

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  • Apollo 11 in Photos


    As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11's landing on the Sea of Tranquility on July 20, 1969, AVweb prepared a look at some of thousands of photos that mission yielded. Here's the grand adventure in two minutes and 30 seconds.

  • Portland 1969: KGW interviews people about the historic Apollo 11 moon landing


    Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the moon on July 20th, 1969 and KGW reporter Jon Tuttle stepped onto the streets to interview Portlanders about the historic event.

  • The Moon Landing and the Maple Leaf: Canadas Contribution to Apollo 11


    For the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, Global News has produced an original documentary commemorating the significant contributions Canadians made to the mission. From the design of the lunar lander, to the design of the heat shield that returned the astronauts to earth safely, to the flight surgeon in quarantine with the famous three, Canada’s role in Apollo 11 was critical. Here are their stories.

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  • Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing


    The JFK Presidential Library and Museum is celebrating the anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing by launching a full-scale augmented reality version of the Saturn V rocket and mission exactly 50 years later. Tune in to watch the launch in real time along with Twitch streamers DrLupo, DasValdez, Seum, and BanzaiBaby and be sure to download the JFKMoonshot app in the Apple App Store or get it on Google Play. Visit for more information.

  • Apollo 11 50th Anniversary: Meet The Woman Who Put Men On The Moon | TODAY


    TODAY continues celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission with an exclusive from NBC’s Harry Smith. He sits down with Margaret Hamilton, the pioneering software programmer whose work led to the first steps on the moon.
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  • Moon Landing: RI scientist reflects upon historic Apollo 11 mission


    Moon Landing: RI scientist reflects upon historic Apollo 11 mission

  • Shutterstock | Moon Landing Exposed


    We know it happened. But if it didn’t, you could absolutely make it look like it did with Shutterstock.

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  • Astronaut Charlie Duke plays Apollo 11 VR on Oculus Rift | Immersive VR Education


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    On Saturday 18th of July Apollo 16 astronaut General Charlie Duke attended the opening of the Gateway to Space exhibition in Brussels where we had a virtual reality installation of our upcoming Apollo 11 Virtual Reality Experience.

    General Charlie Duke walked on the moon in 1972 and was lunar module pilot for the Apollo 16 mission where he spent three days on the moons surface. General Duke also served as CAPCOM for Apollo 11, the first landing on the Moon, where his distinctive Southern drawl became familiar to audiences around the world. As CAPCOM, he became the voice of a Mission Control nervous by a long landing that almost expended all of the Lunar Module Eagle's fuel. Dukes first words to the Apollo 11 crew on the surface of the Moon were flustered, Roger, Twank... Tranquility, we copy you on the ground. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot!

    Charlie was also part of the backup crew for Apollo 13 before finally getting his own mission on Apollo 16.

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  • Space exploration: taking stock 50 years after the Apollo 11 lunar landing


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  • Mayborn Museum celebrates science behind Apollo 11 moon landing 50 years later | Science Minute


    Fifty years ago on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong took the very first step on the moon. It was one small step for man and a giant leap for mankind.


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