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The Journeys of Apollo

  • The Journeys of Apollo

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    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

  • Apollo 11’s journey to the moon, annotated

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    The moon landing was a feat of engineering, accomplished through the careful deconstruction of a 3,000 ton spacecraft.

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    Apollo 11 launched on July 16, 1969, carrying Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins on a journey to pull off humankind’s first moon landing. The eight-day journey was made possible by the careful deconstruction of the Saturn V rocket and Apollo spacecraft, and made use of a technique of docking components of the spacecraft in lunar orbit so the astronauts could land on, and then launch from, the lunar surface.

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  • The Incredible Journey of Apollo 12

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    It's the ultimate buddy movie, with two astronauts hitting the road and landing on the moon. Earth. November 14, 1969. Three astronauts, with spacesuits, food, water, and a battery of scientific and communications equipment, prepared to fly to the moon. Thousands gathered at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, including President and Mrs. Richard Nixon, to witness the historic launch. It was raining that day, but that was no cause for delay. The ship that would carry them into space was designed to launch in any weather.

    But how would it respond to a powerful electrical storm now gathering above the launch pad? That was just the beginning of the incredible journey of Apollo 12.

    With three astronauts fastened into their seats, the countdown proceeded. Astronaut and Mission Commander Pete Conrad would say later: The flight was extremely normal, for the first 36 seconds. The five engines of the Saturn 5's huge first stage were designed to burn through 5 million pounds of liquid oxygen in just two and a half minutes, and to send the spacecraft up 67 kilometers above the Atlantic Ocean.

    When it reached an altitude of 2000 meters, something unexpected happened. Racing through the stormy environment, the rocket generated a lightning bolt that traveled down its highly conductive exhaust trail.

    Another bolt hit 16 seconds later. All of the spacecraft's circuit breakers shut off. The tracking system was lost. A young flight controller in Houston, Texas instructed astronaut Alan Bean on how to turn on an auxiliary power system. The mission was back on track. Once in Earth orbit, all systems appeared to check out, and flight control officials gave the crew the green light to leave Earth.

    The astronauts were not told of concern that the lighting strikes had damaged the pyrotechnic system used to deploy the parachutes that would ease them back through the Earth's atmosphere. If that system failed, the astronauts would not return alive.

    This mission would have its share of perils, not unlike those faced by a long line of past explorers, whose courage and restless spirit propelled them into the unknown. This one, however, was backed by years of technology development, test flights, astronaut training, and the largest support team back home that any mission ever had.

    But hundreds of thousands of kilometers out in space the three astronauts were pretty much on their own. What made Apollo 12 unique was the friendship and chemistry of its crew. Conrad, Bean, and Richard Gordon were all Navy men. Working and training together on the Gemini program, they had gained each other's respect and trust.

    Now, hurtling across more than 400,000 kilometers to the moon, they prepared to fullfill the mission's goals. One was to set up a scientific station designed to record seismic, atmospheric, and solar data.

    Another was to visit an unmanned lunar probe called Surveyor III that had landed there two and a half years before. The idea was to bring back a part to study the effect of the lunar environment.

    A third goal was to improve on the landing of Apollo 11 just 5 months before. Dropping down over a region called the Sea of Tranquility, pilot Neil Armstrong found himself heading straight for a crater full of boulders. He had to fly over the planned landing site and find a new one. Now kilometers beyond the target, the lander, called Eagle, was literally running out of gas.

    With less than 30 seconds of fuel left, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin finally touched down on a landscape obscured by dust stirred up by the vehicle's thrusters. Future astronauts would have to be able to make precision landings at locations dictated by science. That meant they would have to touch down on landscapes filled with all kinds of rocks and craters.

    For Apollo 12, the science pointed to a region known as the Ocean of Storms, some 2000 kilometers from where the Eagle had landed. Here, the landscape is dark from lava that cooled to form its flat expanse billions of years ago.

  • Apollo 11: Landing on the Moon

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    On July 20, 1969, humans walked on another world for the first time in history, achieving the goal that President John F. Kennedy had set in 1961, before Americans had even orbited the Earth. After a landing that included dodging a lunar crater and boulder field just before touchdown, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin explored the area around their lunar landing site for more than two hours.

    When the lunar module landed at 4:17 p.m EDT, only 30 seconds of fuel remained. Armstrong radioed Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed. Mission control erupted in celebration as the tension breaks, and a controller tells the crew You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue, we're breathing again.

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  • Voyager Journey to the Stars

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    Cosmic Journeys examines the great promise of the Voyager mission and where it will lead us in our grand ambition to move out beyond our home planet. The two Voyager spacecraft are part of an ancient quest to push beyond our boundaries... to see what lies beyond the horizon. Now tens of billions of kilometers from Earth, two spacecraft are streaking out into the void. What will we learn about the Galaxy, the Universe, and ourselves from Voyager's epic Journey to the stars?

    December 19, 1972... the splashdown of the Apollo 17 crew capsule marked the end of the golden age of manned spaceflight. The Mercury.... Gemini... and Apollo programs had proven that we could send people into space... To orbit the Earth.... Fly out beyond our planet... Then land on the moon and walk among its ancient crater.

    The collective will to send people beyond our planet faded in times of economic uncertainty, war, and shifting priorities. And yet, just five years after Apollo ended, scientists launched a new vision that was just as profound and even more far-reaching.

    It didn't all go smoothly. Early computer problems threatened to doom Voyager 2. Then its radio receiver failed, forcing engineers to use a back up. Now, after more than three and a half decades of successful operations, the twin spacecraft are sending back information on their flight into interstellar space. Along the way, they have revealed a solar system rich beyond our imagining.

    The journey was made possible by a rare alignment of the planets, a configuration that occurs only once every 176 years. That enabled the craft to go from planet to planet, accelerating as they entered the gravitational field of one, then flying out to the next. The Voyagers carried a battery of scientific equipment to collect data on the unknown worlds in their path. That included a pair of vidicom cameras, and a data transfer rate slower than a dialup modem.

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

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    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.

  • Apollo 10 Astronauts Encountered A Strange Radio Signal While On The Moon | NASAs Unexplained Files

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    In May 1969, the astronauts on board the Apollo 10 mission lost contact with Earth while they were in the dark side of the Moon. For one hour, they were on their own and listening to strange sounds coming from an unidentified radio signal.
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  • Space Race to the Moon | Free Documentary

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    To the Moon - From Dream To Reality | Space Documentary

    Between 1969 and 1972 twelve men walked on the surface of the moon. It was seen as the first chapter in an ambitious program of space exploration. But what started with NASA's Apollo missions ended with the Apollo missions. Humanity's boldest venture is now 50 years in the past. To The Moon - From Dream To Reality looks back at the people and the technology of the Apollo era.

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  • Cosmic Journeys - Day of the Asteroid

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    Asteroids racing through the solar system have smashed into Earth before. What are the chances we'll get hit again? Armed with new defensive technologies, scientists are getting ready for the day, a decade, century from now: the Day of the Asteroid.

  • Apollo 11 Moon Launch 50th Anniversary | CBS News Special Coverage, live stream

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    Fifty years ago today, Apollo 11 began its voyage into American history. 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. Watch live:

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  • Apollo 11 - The First Moon Walk | Things You Wanna Know

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    Learn the facts you didn’t know about the first time man set foot on the moon in this episode of “Things You Wanna Know.” Narrated by Cassandra Kubinski.
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  • Apollo 11 Mission Audio - Day 1

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    Audio highlights from the first day of the Apollo 11 mission.

  • Apollo 11 astronauts plant flag on the moon on July 20, 1969

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    On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Buzz Aldrin planted the American flag on the surface of the moon. Watch the moment here.

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  • Apollo 11 Earth Views and Crew Activities

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    Credit: NASA/JSC
    The crewmembers of Apollo 11, Commander Neil Armstrong, Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Aldrin, Jr., and Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, are seen performing various on-orbit activities, including systems identification and Lunar Module checkout. The Earth is seen from space.

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  • The Daring Adventure of Apollo 8 in 1968

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  • The Journeys of Apollo

    57:45

    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

  • The Journeys of Apollo

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    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

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    A moon landing is the arrival of a spacecraft on the surface of the Moon. This includes both manned and unmanned (robotic) missions. The first human-made object to reach the surface of the.

  • The Journeys of Apollo

    57:45

    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

  • NASA: Apollo 40th Anniversary Documentary The Journeys of Apollo

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    This is the documentary we produced to mark the 40th anniversary of the Apollo lunar landing. It covers the scope of the Apollo program and features interviews with many of the Apollo.

    We'll get this posted in HD on the NASA TV You Tube Channel soon. It's the video we produced for the 40th anniversary event at the Air and Space Museum on July 20, 2009. A terrific evening.



    This was too good not to repost and share. Documentary mostly about the development of the command module for the Apollo space program albeit chock of info.

  • The Journeys of Apollo

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    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

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    The only spacecraft that has landed astronauts on the moon. In this video we focus on the Saturn V rocket which launched the Apollo Spacecraft into orbit. Here's the link to part 2: .

  • EARTHRISE: The First Lunar Voyage

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    This stirring film recounts the flight many consider to be NASA's most daring and important. Interviews with Apollo 8 astronauts, their wives, mission control staff, and journalists take viewers inside the high-stakes space race of the late 1960s to reveal how a bold decision by NASA administrators put a struggling Apollo program back on track and allowed America to reach the moon before the Soviets.

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  • Inside NASAs Last Moon Mission

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    On December 7, 1972, NASA launched Apollo 17, a lunar mission crewed by Eugene Cernan, Ronald Evans, and Harrison Schmitt. It would be the last time humans traveled beyond low Earth orbit, the last time man landed on another celestial body, and the last time man went to the moon. The Last Steps uses rare, heart-pounding footage and audio to retrace the record-setting mission. A film by Todd Douglas Miller.

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  • The Journeys of Apollo

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    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

    APOLLO 11 VIDEOS: APOLLO 11 INFO. and PHOTOS:

    The only spacecraft that has landed astronauts on the moon. In this video we focus on the Saturn V rocket which launched the Apollo Spacecraft into orbit. Here's the link to part 2: .

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    The Journeys of Apollo is a previously produced documentary narrated by Actor Peter Cullen that relives the 40th Apollo Anniversary and mission to explore Earths neighbor, the moon.

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    The only spacecraft that has landed astronauts on the moon. In this video we focus on the Saturn V rocket which launched the Apollo Spacecraft into orbit. Here's the link to part 2: .

  • Apollo 8: Mankind’s Most Epic Journey

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    In December, 1968, NASA launched the first manned mission to the moon. No one, not even the astronauts on board, were certain that they’d return safely. Their journey, the “most hazardous and dangerous ever embarked upon”, took them to ... ...

  • #Area51???? APOLLO MISSION: The Journeys of Apollo 11, The Conquest of the Moon NASA?? You Decide

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    The Apollo program, also known as Project Apollo, was the third United States human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which succeeded in landing the first humans on the Moon from 1969 to 1972.

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  • The Last Men On The Moon | Apollo 17 The Untold Story of the Last Men on the Moon | Spark

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    The remarkable story of the determination and courage of a generation. A tribute to three brave astronauts and the thousands of men and women behind them during the final days of NASA's Apollo program.

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  • Apollo 40th Anniversary - Louis Vuitton Journeys Campaign w/Buzz Aldrin & Jim Lovell

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    Commercial featuring former NASA astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Sally Ride and Jim Lovell for Louis Vuitton as part of their new campaign commemorating the 40th anniversary of the moon landing.

    The Journeys campaign recently launched their website featuring a unique sit-down with the three astronauts, allowing the visitor to choose different camera angles throughout the duration of the interview.

  • Apollo 13 Post Flight Press Conference

    1:15:55

    Credit: NASA/JSC
    The Apollo 13 astronauts, James Lovell Jr., John Swigert, and Fred Haise Jr, are seen during this post flight press conference. They describe their mission and answer questions from the audience.

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  • Apollo Program Part1

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  • ISS Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Message

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    International Space Station astronauts Steve Swanson and Reid Wiseman salute the Apollo 11 mission on the 45th anniversary of its launch.

    When Apollo 11 landed on the moon 45 years ago, says Swanson, this space station that we live on was science fiction. But today it is reality thanks to the legacy of the Apollo astronauts and all the nations that have followed the path to space since then.

  • Project Apollo: Shooting for the Moon

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    Project Apollo: the most famous space programme to date. In the final part of our trilogy exploring American’s first steps into space, we tell the tale of the Apollo program.
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    The year is 1961. The space race is in full flow and the USA are lagging well behind. Under mounting pressure John F Kennedy stands before congress and declares that they will put a man on the moon before the decade is through.

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  • Apollo 8 50th Anniversary

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  • Apollo 11 Mission Audio - Day 5

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    Audio highlights from the fifth day of the Apollo 11 mission.

  • Apollo 11 Spacecraft Retrieval

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    Credit: NASA/JSC (Filme only)
    Footage shows the launch of the Apollo 11 spacecraft and the retrieval of the module after reentering Earth's atmosphere and landing in the ocean reentry and landing scenes not included. President Richard Nixon is seen greeting the crew of Apollo 11 while they are in the anti-contamination chamber.

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  • Apollo 15 Remembered 40 Years Later

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    Apollo 15 astronauts Dave Scott and Al Worden remember fellow crew member Jim Irwin in this 40th anniversary celebration of NASA's fourth successful manned mission to the moon. The live event was held at the Apollo Saturn V Center inside the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Apollo 15 launched from Kennedy on July 26, 1971.

  • The Eagle Has Landed, The Flight of Apollo 11, 1969

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    Through television, motion picture and still photography, this film provides an eye-witness perspective of the Apollo 11 mission that put a human on the moon in July 1969.

    Read about the moon landing and all the activity surrounding Apollo's mission with an article from Prologue's archives:

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration. (10/01/1958 - )

    Series: Headquarters' Films Relating to Aeronautics, compiled 1962 - 1981
    Record Group 255: Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1903 - 2006

    PRODUCTION DATE: 1969

    SUMMARY
    This film tells the story of the historic first landing of men on the Moon in July, 1969. It depicts the principal highlight events of the mission from launching through post-recovery activities of Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Through television, motion picture and still photography, the film provides an eye-witness perspective of the Apollo 11 mission.

    This film has received the following awards: the Certificate of Exhibition; Edinburgh Film Festival, 1969; Certificate of Merit, American Science Film Association, 1969; Gold Camera, U.S. Industrial Film Festival, 1970; and Ionosphere Aware, Atlanta International Film Festival, 1970.

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    Phone: 301-837-3540, Fax: 301-837-3620, Email: mopix@nara.gov

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    National Archives Identifier: 45017
    Local Identifier: 255-HQ-194

  • Apollo 13: Houston, Weve Got a Problem

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    This video contains historical footage of the flight of Apollo-13, the fifth Lunar Mission and the third spacecraft that was to land on the Moon. Apollo-13's launch date was April 11, 1970. On the 13th of April, after docking with the Lunar Module, the astronauts, Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert, discovered that their oxygen tanks had ruptured and ended up entering and returning to Earth in the Lunar Module instead of the Command Module. There is footage of inside module and Mission Control shots, personal commentary by the astronauts concerning the problems as they developed, national news footage and commentary, and a post-flight Presidential Address by President Richard Nixon. Film footage of the approach to the Moon and departing from Earth, and air-to-ground communication with Mission Control is included.

  • Apollo HD Transfers

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    Video courtesy NASA/courtesy of nasaimages.org
    This program contains selected views taken from the Apollo Mission 16mm onboards edited together and set to inspirational music. Footage from all Apollo missions, Apollo-Saturn 202 through Apollo 17, is used. Includes: stage separation; spacecraft rendezvous; various in-cabin crew scenes from spacecraft operations to leisure activities; Extravehicular Activity (EVA) views; transposition views; Earth rise over Moon horizon; lunar landscape; Lunar Module (LM) descent; scenes from various EVAs on the Lunar surface including planting the American flag; views of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV); and scenes taken during Command Module (CM) reentry including views of the main parachutes as CM makes final descent.

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  • Apollo 11 Exclusive Feature - Now Playing In Theaters

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    Apollo 11 is Now Playing in Theaters. #Apollo11 Director Todd Douglas Miller and the filmmaking team behind discuss how the documentary was made.

  • NASA Celebrates Apollo 11 45th Anniversary and Looks Forward to its Next Giant Leap

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    Animated graphic created by NASA multi-media to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission.

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  • Apollo 10

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    Apollo 10 - Full Mission Part 21

    Apollo 10 mission (May 18th - 26th 1969).

    Onboard are astronauts Tom Stafford (CDR) John Young (CMP) and Gene Cernan (LMP).

    Apollo 10 was a full dress rehearsal for the Apollo 11 mission.

    This video is the 21st of a series to cover the entire air-ground communications and video shown during the flight.

    Part 21 covers the SEP of the descent/ascent stage of the LM, subsequent burns for the rendezvous back with the CSM and the docking. I have used some poetic licence on the staging problems, DAC film is used to fill some time and photos taken during the rendezvous sequence are included. All thruster burns/attitudes are very approximated - apologies to the purists.

    Audio is in stereo from the WAV files available from the NASA audio archive.

    The watcher might also like to download the Apollo 10 mission transcript to follow the transmissions.

    All audio, photos and video is courtesy NASA.

    Thanks for reading this description - LM5

  • Magnificent Desolation: The Flight of Apollo 11.

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    History with Music - Apollo 11, First Moon Landing.

    The recent discovery of the Apollo 11 Saturn V F1 engines on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean has provoked renewed interest and marvel at the Apollo program. 44 years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon. This video reflects on that epic adventure.

    Soundtrack from the album 'Space Race' by Rhesus Monkey is available to download from iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

    Video edit by Robin Youlton.
    Music by Rhesus Monkey (Robin Youlton).

  • What Did We Learn From The Apollo 11 Moon Landing?

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    45 years ago, astronauts aboard the Apollo 11 landed on the moon! What did we learn from this historic mission? DNews welcomes Dr. Ian O'Neill and space historian Amy Shira Teitel to discuss all the reasons why this mission was such a success. #Apollo45

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    The Apollo 11 mission was the eleventh in a series of flights using Apollo flight hardware and was the first lunar landing of the Apollo Program. It was also the fifth manned flight of the command and service modules and the third flight of the lunar module. The purpose of the mission was to perform a manned lunar landing and return safely to Earth.

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    In addition to their sample collection activities, the Apollo 11 crew performed several experiments on the lunar surface. The results of some of these experiments were either radioed to Earth by the crew or returned to Earth for laboratory analysis.

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