man stepped on the cratered moon
do you remember?
haiku by M. Nakazato LaFreniere
With the help of the University of Texas-Dallas, NASA has digitized all the audio from the Apollo 11 flight and their stay on the moon communications with the ground crew; all 19,000 hours of it. You can even download it if you want : Apollo 11 MOCR ACR Collection. It’s pretty raw. It took five years to turn the audiotapes into digital files. Honestly, you’d have to be seriously OCD to go through it all to find the clips you’d like.
here is the landing
Apollo 11: First Steps On the Moon, 2012, streaming documentary
NASA Apollo 11: Owners’ Workshop Manual
Fascinations Metal Earth Apollo Lunar Module 3D Metal Model Kit
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Photograph: At Tranquility Base, NASA
NASA, University of Texas at Dallas Reveal Apollo 11 Behind-the-Scenes Audio
NASA, July 24, 2018
Apollo 11 MOCR ACR Collection
Top moon photograph by M. LaFreniere, all rights reserved
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