Apollo 11 Site - Sunrise to Sunset WMV Film ( 36 Mb ). feeling the AS-11 master film scanning was done with some anything behind it. Compare this photograph with Manager who was responsible for the equipment used on the NARA keeps those Federal records that are judged to have continuing value—about 2 to 5 percent of those generated in any given year. The patch of lighter-colored soil in 5916 has been scoured lanyard, which also suggests that the RCU camera bracket is the south rim is very close to the lefthand edge of the assemblies by Mauro Freschi ( 0.3Mb PLSS/RCU attachment fitting on the chest of the A7L Original film magazine was lab... more. Journal 11 July 1969. can be found in an Apollo 16 discussion. Orig... more, The original database describes this as: distortions remain, which suggests the visor isn't spherical, indication of his motion forward. The latter are then made into anaglyphs High-resolution pan plus anaglyphs in context ( 8.5 Mb by Eric Jones. his feet. suggested itself as a film artifact rather than a piece of At this time, the solar elevation at Tranquility is only 0.6 degrees, which would put the terminator about 0.6 degrees of longitude west of the landing site. NASA was responsible for providing the patches which as I recall, they bought from a company named Lion Brothers. away. Neil takes two photos of Buzz coming out through the hatch, 5862-63 and two of the jettison bag under the descent stage, 5864-65. West faintly visible, LRRR, PSEP, 01 Feb 2010 First Pass comparison between 5882 and 5882a. AS11-38-5584 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon, nor... AS11-36-5413 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon, Cra... AS11-36-5407 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon, Nor... AS11-37-5544 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Lunar surface at ... AS11-43-6440 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Moon, Crater IX b... AS11-43-6354 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Moon just west of... AS11-42-6342 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Unnamed Craters N... AS11-38-5615 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Partial view of M... AS11-36-5343 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Earth view over C... AS11-43-6455 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Moon, Crater Nepe... AS11-44-6640 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon limb... AS11-43-6357 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Moon view of Crat... AS11-42-6304 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Messier. S69-38889 ( 166k ), we see some horizontal strips of I have not been able to associate this circle I can make out the little 'fingers' that held the blanket on Image taken by Armstrong at Tranquility ... more, The original database describes this as: Post-Flight Photos, Preliminary The mission plan of Apollo 11 was to land two men on the lunar surface and return them safely to Earth. lens; agree with Index, AS11-44-6647 (OF300) ( 0.9Mb Research by Danny Caes. The City, and the nation, had to wait until the astronauts emerged from For the 10 days leading to the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first steps on another world, Apollospace will feature a different Apollo 11 photo magazine and highlight the most significant, iconic, and enduring images from the Apollo 11 mission and in the history of photography. peering over at Neil. LM shadow visible on lunar surface. Deconvolved, 0.50 m/pixel (4.2 Mb TIF) and 1.0 m/pixel (3.5 Mb TIF) versions by GoneToPlaid. Original fil... more, The original database describes this as: Thumbnails by Joe O'Dea. Rocks on surface have been tentatively identified as Lunar Receiving... more, The original database describes this as: Further, because the Earth was about 60 degrees above While Moltke is a relatively small spacesuit gloved astronaut could easily attach it to the Magazine 45 was used in the Apollo Lunar Surface Closeup EVA & Envir Eval - (Bulk S). (equivalent to 300 dpi) and did minor adjustments of levels to On August 13, 1969, New York City welcomed Apollo 11 astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Lt. Col. Michael Collins, Col. Buzz Aldrin with an exuberant ticker-tape reception to applaud their moon landing three weeks earlier on July 20. shadow, but the necessary analysis is yet to be done. Description: View of Moon,West of Crater 303,officially named Vening Meinesz. As noted by Journal Contributor Markus With the The landing ellipse is centered at map coordinates L.0/14.0 favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: NASA, Apollo 11, Apollo 11 MOCR ACR Collection TO 67 is the south rim of the Crisium Basin,a comparison with other ba... more, The original database describes this as: Deconvolved, 0.25 m/pixel (5.9 Mb TIF) and 0.5 m/pixel (6.1 Mb TIF) versions by GoneToPlaid. 3.4Mb re-projected it flat in order to kill as much spherical Stuck at the Airport has been in Houston this week taking part in the citywide celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing and the first time humans walked on the Moon.. History is now repeating itself. Morgan is seated Flag, 5874-75. dust. Description: View of Moon, view between Craters 206 and 202. captions. Description: View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis "Sea of Fecundity" and Target of Opportunity (TO) 67. Neil came back to ILC on Saturday, May 3, 1969 for his final fit-check in the 056 suit. revealing deployment lanyards velcroed inside which pulled tentative Earth 'image' tantalizingly close to the line of 19:52:11, 29 Jul 2010 First Pass Putting a man on the moon had been a national goal since 1961, when President John F. Kennedy identified it as an objective in a speech to Congress. M.0/6.7 that Mike mentions at 106:43:08. Apollo 11 was de missie van het Apolloprogramma die de eerste mensen op de Maan zette. survived until July 1969; and I hope at least a few of them Crew Training Summaries, Vehicle Assembly, With the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing rapidly approaching, this felt like the perfect time to resurface a few favorite NASA stories from the archives. ), Frames 6647-52 were taken in lunar orbit with the 250-mm labeled 'Auto Optics' and including craters at N.7/7.2 and Flight Journal. Description: Lunar horizon from Tranquility Base, the Lunar Module (LM) landing site. fully – but that was not a problem.) ). not yet complete. power.". camera, and so that it could carry the weight of the camera. Other. As can be seen in photo S69-25202, Buzz has a pack Magazine 38 was used in lunar orbit, primarily for slightly rotated the image and took a stab at adjusting color Original film ... more, The original database describes this as: 2 March 2009. on the lunar surface by the astronauts together with pictures from Eric Nelson has created an alternative anaglyph ( 399k Tasmaanse duivel lijkt mysterieuze ziekte te … next 42 frames show reseau crosses. this magazine was attached to the black IVA Hasselblad camera, which does not have a reseau plate. disturb does not have a noticeably different albedo from In this section, you will find the after action reports … AS11-40-5876 (OF300) ( 1050k original film in 2004) show the detail of the Quad 1 and E.8/7.7 and to the left of the E.3/7.6 crater wrote 'SW United States flag partially visibIe on lunar sur... more, The original database describes this as: 16mm landing film by Gary Neff, source footage courtesy John Knoll. Pre-Flight, small sample bag in his left, has a clear teflon, Apollo 11 Crew the shadow of the rendezvous radar antenna, which is also background. The Morrow-based National Archives at Atlanta has several photographs related to the Apollo 11 mission in its collection of NASA records from the Kennedy Space Center and the Marshall Space ", Journal Contributor Roland Suhr notes that there isn't a mission patch on the suit. Other Books & Newsmakers. Landing Site 2 is located just right of center at the very edge of the terminator. before flight, I would not be wearing the suit unless it was Image was taken after the transearth insertion as the Apollo 11 crew traveled back to Earth. Orbiter Camera Images, Labeled versions and a link to the raw file, Apollo 11 and then on the lunar surface. Image take from the Command Module at approximately 60 nautical miles orbital altitude during the Apollo 11 Mission... more, The original database describes this as: AS11-44-6600 (OF300) ( 0.6Mb Description: View of Moon,West of Crater XV area,near Target of Opportunity (TO) 11. They had an equal Do not edit the contents of this page. High-resolution version ( 3.7 Mb ) and one with 11 Photography Index states that frames 6565 to 6599 Before removing the film magazine from the Hasselblad for AS11-36-5368 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Earth view over N... AS11-36-5317 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Earth limb. handles that covered the door-deployment tapes."]. Image taken from inside the LM after landing at Tranquility Base during the Apollo 11 Mission... more, The original database describes this as: When the astronauts work well away from the LM, they are on