Journal Text: 111:36:32   RealVideo Clip: The tape apparently was sent to Goddard, but it wouldn't have been recorded there.". Journal Text: 110:12:21   Restored Video: (2 minutes 39 seconds). from MPEG files provided by Robert Godwin. (4 minutes 30 seconds). Apollo 11 is worthwhile simply for this unearthed footage. Watch the historic Apollo 11 moments as the world witnessed them 50 years ago. (3 minutes 30 seconds). (2 minute 15 seconds; 11MB). Journal Text: 109:57:30   MPG 16-mm Clip: (3 minutes 4 seconds). (2 minutes 32 seconds). Buzz's shadow appears, carrying the solar wind collector. The astronauts stand by the flag to take a telephone call from the president. Journal Text:   MPG Video Clip: (15 minutes 59 seconds; 15.7MB). Journal Text: 109:44:23   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 110:32:16   Restored Video: (2 minutes 55 seconds). Journal Text: 110:25:05   Restored Video: (3 minutes 16 seconds). Journal Text: 110:34:13   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 109:47:40   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 110:52:22   Restored Video: (0 minutes 37 seconds). (2 minutes 53 seconds). Journal Text: 110:47:17   RealVideo Clip: (1 minute 20 seconds; 4.0MB). Original NASA Apollo 11 moon landing tapes set to fetch $1 million For Apollo 11's 50th anniversary, Sotheby's is auctioning first-generation NASA footage of the big event. Journal Text: 110:28:16   Restored Video: (4 minutes 04 seconds). Armstrong, Collins, and public affairs officer Douglas Ward are also heard occasionally. (3 minutes 21 seconds). (3 minutes 30 seconds). Journal Text: 111:12:09   Restored Video: (3 minutes 33 seconds). Highlights (times shown in minutes and seconds): Journal Text: 109:40:50   Restored Video: (3 minutes 31 seconds). (1 minute 10 seconds; 6.2MB). Just before leaving the lunar module, Buzz set the 16mm DAC (data acquisition camera, or sequence camera) to run at one frame per second. When they are off-camera, their dense, sharply-defined shadows often remain visible, their activities obvious, and the action is like a silent Asian shadow-puppet theatre. Featuring never-before-seen large-format film footage of one of humanity's greatest accomplishments. Journal Text: 110:15:47   MPG 16-mm Clip: (1 minute 15 seconds; 7.8MB). Journal Text: 110:02:53   MPG 16-mm Clip: (33 seconds; 2.6MB). Journal Text: 110:24:30   RealVideo Clip: (3 minutes 13 seconds). Journal Text: 110:25:25   MPG 16-mm Clip: Journal Text: 110:35:06   Restored Video: (3 minutes 08 seconds). The camera was pointing down at the lunar surface from inside Buzz's lunar module window. Journal Text: 111:25:27   Restored Video: (3 minutes 02 seconds). Journal Text: 109:24:18   Restored Video: (3 minutes 54 seconds). Journal Text: 110:09:50   MPG 16-mm Clip: Journal Text: 111:38:58   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 109:37:30 to 110:48:10. They comprise footage of the landing of the Apollo 11 spacecraft, taken with a 16-mm camera mounted in Edwin Aldrin's window, and Neil Armstrong's first steps on the Moon, recorded by a television camera whose signal was transmitted back to NASA Mission Control in Houston. Apollo 11 is a cinematic space event film fifty years in the making. Journal Text: 109:22:01 to 109:27:15. (5 minutes 00 seconds; 80 Mb). QuickTime TV Clip: Journal Text: 110:38:12   Restored Video: (3 minutes 42 seconds). (2 minutes 35 seconds). Journal Text: 109:56:35   RealVideo TV Clip: It focuses on the 1969 Apollo 11 mission, the first spaceflight from which men walked on the Moon. All of the film footage has been gone over more than once in the course of the last fifty years, and a great deal of it was used in the documentary film, Apollo 11, which was produced this year as yet another commemoration of the event. (4 minutes 31 seconds, composite; 10MB). It ran at 6 frames per second for the landing and was fitted with a … Journal Text: 110:58:16 to 110:59:07. The voices are mainly those of Buzz Aldrin and capcom Charlie Duke. The window view was of black sky during this orientation until they reached 33,500 feet when the moon slowly reappeared at the bottom of the window, just after the first 1202 program alarm announcement. Journal Text: 109:36:47   QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:32:37   Restored Video: (2 minutes 56 seconds). Journal Text: 111:19:46   Restored Video: (6 minutes 06 seconds). (2 minute 57 seconds; 26MB). The search discovered high-quality broadcast versions of the footage. QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 109:35:43   QuickTime Video Clip: (1 minute 7 seconds, time-lapse; 5.2MB). QuickTime Film: Journal Text: 110:27:20   RealVideo Clip: Initially, the lunar module windows faced down towards the surface to allow Armstrong to perform visual landmark tracking. Journal Text: 111:02:43   Restored Video: (2 minutes 52 seconds). (55 seconds; 3.3MB). (2 minutes 50 seconds; 3.6MB). Journal Text: 111:22:49   Restored Video: (2 minutes 42 seconds). Journal Text: 110:18:39 to 110:21:10. 'Apollo 11,' a new immersive documentary from Todd Douglas Miller, unearths perfectly preserved 70mm footage of the Moon landing. MPEG clips are by Ken Glover, Journal Text: 111:10:00   RealVideo Clip: (55 seconds; 2.3MB). RealVideo clips were produced by Ken Glover MPG 16-mm Film Clip: Journal Text: 111:35:29   Restored Video: (3 minutes 27 seconds). The sequence camera was pointing out Buzz Aldrin's right-hand lunar module window. The television cable is clearly visible in Buzz's hands, as are its movements disturbing the surface dust towards the tripod. Buzz kicks the soil repeatedly in the “Scuff/Cohesion/Adhesion” activity, sending up sprays of dirt. Apollo 11 tapes are in the spotlight at the moment. Journal Text: 110:58:16   RealVideo Clip: (3 minute 18 seconds; 33MB). Journal Text: 109:58:01   Restored Video: (3 minutes 20 seconds). Journal Text: 110:15:47   QuickTime TV Clip: Journal Text: 109:52:24   QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 109:23:25 to 109:25:00. Journal Text: 102:45:02 to 102:46:16. QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 109:36:33   QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:20:09 to 111:21:20. Journal Text: 110:52:57   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 111:19:44   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 114:11:xx   Restored Video: (1 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 110:12:21   MPG 16-mm Clip: The film consists solely of archival footage, including 70 mm film previously unreleased to the public, and does not feature narration, interviews or modern recreations. Journal Text: 110:31:43   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 111:24:58   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 110:08:14   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). (2 minutes 54 seconds). Journal Text: 110:36:58   RealVideo Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:37:15   QuickTime Video Clip. (50 seconds; 3.0MB). MPEG Video Clip: (2 minute 32 seconds; 82MB). (3 minutes 24 seconds). He makes repeated trips between various representative sampling sites and the sample bag mounted on the scale at the MESA. Journal Text: 112:02:49   Restored Video: (3 minutes 15 seconds). Journal Text: 109:54:45   Restored Video: (3 minutes 19 seconds). (2 minutes 49 seconds). Google unveils stunning tribute for Apollo 11 engineer Rare NASA footage from 1969 shows search for lunar life NASA astronaut captures stunning timelapse Hear them sing 'Strolling on … Buzz runs around exploring lunar mobility in the area between the lunar module and the television camera. (1 minute 20 seconds; 4.0MB). After returning from their historic mission to … (3 minutes 47 seconds). (1 minute 45 seconds; 9MB). Journal Text: 110:06:29   RealVideo TV Clip: The moonwalk's converted video signal was broadcast live aro Astronauts on board the ISS offer advice on living in close quarters during coronavirus lockdowns (2 minutes 35 seconds). Journal Text: 110:06:29   MPG 16-mm Clip: WATCH: Vintage Footage of the Apollo 11 Launch More U.S. News & World Report covered the Apollo 11 moon landing in several issues, detailing … [Journal Contributor Colin MacKellar, editor of the Honeysuckle Creek web site, tells us "the tape was almost certainly recorded at Sydney Video (OTC Paddington). Journal Text: 109:37:34   Restored Video: (3 minutes 23 seconds). (41 seconds; 2.9MB). Journal Text: 110:01:17   Restored Video: (3 minutes 49 seconds). Journal Text: 110:18:25   Restored Video: (4 minutes 44 seconds). (2 minute 20 seconds; 12MB). Journal Text: 110:01:16   MPG 16-mm Clip: Journal Text: 111:56:07   Restored Video: (3 minutes 15 seconds). Journal Text: 110:55:30   Restored Video: (3 minutes 31 seconds). Journal Text: 110:52:54   Restored Video: (2 minutes 41 seconds). Following the pitchover manoeuvre at about 7,000 feet, the moon climbed higher into view as the lunar module tilted to a more vertical position for landing. (3 minute 35 seconds; 18MB). (2 minutes 50 seconds). In this video Buzz Aldrin was shown leaked footage which inconclusively proves we did not get to the moon in 1969 and that it was staged. Neil completes his television panorama and moves to photograph Buzz at the solar wind collector. Journal Text: 109:31:15   Restored Video: (3 minutes 32 seconds). Journal Text: 102:40:49. MPEG 16-mm Clip: Journal Text: 110:02:53   QuickTime TV Clip: (2 minutes 47 seconds). Rare Apollo 11 Footage, Remixed and in HD In 1969, three men traveled to the moon cameras documented their every move (6:33) Journal Text: 111:38:53   Restored Video: (3 minutes 56 seconds). Journal Text: 111:22:30   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 111:15:39   Restored Video: (4 minutes 12 seconds). Journal Text: 109:50:52   Restored Video: (3 minutes 57 seconds). (48 seconds; 5.0MB). (3 minutes 27 seconds). (1 minute 13 seconds; 3.7 MB). (2 minutes 21 seconds; 3.6MB). (2 minutes 44 seconds). Real time ( 7 min 46 sec; 93 MB) produced from Spacecraft Films DVDs, with permission; or time lapse with music track ( 56 seconds; 11 MB) produced from a NASA documentary. Journal Text: 109:30:53   Restored Video: (2 minutes 31 seconds). Journal Text: 110:08:53 to 110:11:16. The Apollo 11 missing tapes were those that were recorded from Apollo 11's slow-scan television telecast in its raw format on telemetry data tape at the time of the first Moon landing in 1969 and subsequently lost. Starting at 4:02 p.m. EDT on July 20, 2019, NASA TV replayed the original footage of the 1969 Moon landing. (2 minutes 55 seconds). Journal Text: 109:33:34 to 109:37:19. Journal Text: 111:46:09   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 109:22:06 to 109:25:44. Journal Text: 109:20:55   Restored Video: (3 minutes 25 seconds). Apollo 11 original footage: Relive the historic moment man first walked on the Moon It's 50 years since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took their first steps on the Moon. Apollo 11 video from outside of the Lunar Module spacecraft, for instance, has been upscaled from 12fps to 24ps, which is a standardised framerate used across cinema and TV … (2 minutes 35 seconds). Journal Text: 111:33:46   RealVideo Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: QuickTime clips are by Gerald Megason, and Footage from the 1969 moon landing Apollo 11 mission Lie detector test proves Buzz Aldrin saw alien UFOs in space, claims bizarre and likely false viral report Andrew Griffin @_andrew_griffin Find professional Apollo 11 videos and stock footage available for license in film, television, advertising and corporate uses. Journal Text: 112:19:18   Restored Video: (2 minutes 52 seconds). The blowing dust cleared within seconds of touchdown: this phenomenon is observable in the small slice of the surface visible in the camera frame above the lunar module shadow. (50 seconds; 3.1MB). Apollo 11 is a 2019 American documentary film edited, produced and directed by Todd Douglas Miller. Journal Text: 110:41:49   Restored Video: (3 minutes 22 seconds). Journal Text: 109:42:28 to 109:43:41. (3 minutes 51 seconds; 2.7MB). Journal Text: 111:14:54 to 111:15:46. It ran at 6 frames per second for the landing and was fitted with a 10mm wide-angle lens. Journal Text: 110:16:00   RealVideo TV Clip: NASA worked … Journal Text: 109:23:38 to 109:25:00. Lunar module descent engine ignition for powered descent initiation at around 46,000 feet, Losses of voice communication and data telemetry, Low fuel warning light in the lunar module, Two verbal low fuel warnings from mission control, The landing announcement, and mission control's enormous relief. Journal Text: 110:39:56   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 110:50:26   RealVideo Clip: ET and 11 p.m. Journal Text: 109:52:40   MPEG Video Clip: The 3 x Apollo 11 astronauts are shown clearly faking a view of the earth which was supposed to have been taken from near the moon. (3 minutes 45 seconds; 33MB). QuickTime Video Clip: In the new documentary Apollo 11, freshly unearthed footage of the 1969 lunar mission, with the help of a community of space nerds, will tell the … Journal Text: 109:42:42   QuickTime Video Clip: Getty Images offers exclusive rights-ready and premium royalty-free analog, HD, and 4K video of the highest quality. The clip runs approximately from 50,000 feet altitude to the lunar surface, from about 102:30:45 to 102:46:38, one minute after touchdown. Journal Text:   MPG Video Clip: (1 hour 10 minutes 40 seconds; 11.6MB). Get the latest updates on NASA missions, subscribe to blogs, RSS feeds and podcasts, watch NASA TV live, or simply read about our mission to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. Journal Text: 111:07:02   RealVideo Clip: (3 minutes 18 seconds; 33 MB). NASA.gov brings you images, videos and interactive features from the unique perspective of America’s space agency. Then they go off-camera to the lunar module to collect the flag. Journal Text: 111:49:34   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). (2 minutes 50 seconds). (11 minutes, 52 seconds; 8MB). Journal Text: 109:22:06 to 109:25:44. Journal Text: 109:53:45   RealVideo Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 110:05:04   Restored Video: (3 minutes 10 seconds). It looks astonishing, the mint-condition film flawlessly transferred into digital, and then synced to the original audio files perfectly. (5 seconds; 0.8MB). (30 seconds; 1.4MB). Journal Text: 111:04:16   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 110:43:33   QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 102:34:24 to 102:46:06. WASHINGTON, March 8, 2019 — Crafted from previously unseen 70mm film footage and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, a new documentary transports moviegoers to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission— Apollo 11, the one that first put men on the Moon and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into American icons. Journal Text: 112:16:44   Restored Video: (2 minutes 38 seconds). (50 seconds; 3.4MB). Journal Text: 112:12:48   Restored Video: (4 minutes 00 seconds). From director Todd Douglas Miller (Dinosaur 13) comes a cinematic event 50 years in the making. A set of original videotape recordings of the Apollo 11 Moon landing that were bought for $217.77 at a government surplus auction by a … (3 minutes 33 seconds). (44 seconds; 2.8MB). (1 minute 17 seconds, time-lapse; 4.0MB). Journal Text: 109:41:28   RealVideo Clip: Then he walks off-camera to the left to direct Buzz's emergence through the hatch. Journal Text: 111:12:31   RealVideo Clip: Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 65mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA's most celebrated mission-the one that first put men on the moon, and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into household names. Apollo 11: Quarantine will "feature never-before-seen 70mm footage sourced from the National Archives and NASA." (50 seconds; 2.3MB). QuickTime Video Clip: (56 seconds, time-lapse; 1.4MB). Journal Text: 111:24:04 to 111:21:16. Journal Text: 110:43:20   RealVideo Clip: (3 minute 21 seconds; 17MB). (5 minutes 14 seconds; 51MB). Journal Text: 112:09:29   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). He moves in and out of camera range during this interval. Join us for a trip down memory lane! (2 minutes 50 seconds). Journal Text: 111:05:30   Restored Video: (5 minutes 02 seconds). Journal Text: 110:13:30   QuickTime/VLC Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:15:57   RealVideo Clip: ET, See the moon landing as they did 50 years ago, Google unveils stunning tribute for Apollo 11 engineer, Rare NASA footage from 1969 shows search for lunar life, NASA astronaut captures stunning timelapse, Hear them sing 'Strolling on the moon' while on the moon, How space influenced decades of pop culture, See Apollo Mission Control restored to look like it's 1969, This is how being a dancer makes you a better astronaut, Washington Monument lit up like Apollo mission rocket, These are the benefits of space exploration, These women are designing spacesuits of the future, Jeff Bezos unveils his big plans for the moon. MPG TV Clip: The data tapes were used to record all transmitted data for backup. (50 seconds; 5.2MB). Journal Text: 102:38:20   QuickTime Video Clip: Apollo 11 - Landing on the Sea of Tranquility - July 20, 1969. QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 110:13:15 to 110:15:47. Except where noted, (1 minute 1 second; 3.1MB). Journal Text: 109:34:54 to 109:35:35. Journal Text: 110:55:42   RealVideo Clip: Journal Text: 111:28:24   Restored Video: (4 minutes 16 seconds). Neil collects bulk soil samples using the scoop, sometimes in view of the camera, sometimes off-camera when his shadow remains visible. Journal Text: 111:34:56 to 111:35:51. (3 minutes 24 seconds). QuickTime Video Clip: (2 minutes 55 seconds). Neil's face is visible within his helmet when he walks in front of the lunar module. Journal Text: 109:55:50   MPG 16-mm Clip: Neil tangles his foot in the television camera cable. Journal Text: 111:27:23   RealVideo Clip: (57 seconds; 2.9MB). QuickTime Video Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: The sequence camera was pointing out Buzz Aldrin's right-hand lunar module window. (1 minutes 16 seconds; 3.8MB). (4 minutes 41 seconds; 56 MB). (2 minutes 43 seconds). (2 minutes 58 seconds). Surface detail became clearer below 500 feet and boulders were visible as Neil flew level looking for a clear landing site. Journal Text: 110:03:20   RealVideo TV Clip: (1 minute 15 seconds; 7.7MB). Journal Text: 102:42:08   WMV Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:02:08   RealVideo Clip: Buzz appears on-camera with the solar wind collector until 25:03 when he goes off-camera, his shadow remaining in view while he deploys it. 23 MB Journal Text: 110:58:58   Restored Video: (3 minutes 48 seconds). Journal Text: 109:47:36   Restored Video: (3 minutes 21 seconds). Buzz comes to help and swings the cable away from the immediate lunar module area. (3 minutes 13 seconds). (1 minute 21 seconds; 4.7 MB). (3 minutes 42 seconds; 3.8MB). Journal Text: 109:44:20   Restored Video: (3 minutes 20 seconds). Journal Text: 109:33:25 to 109:34:09. He sets it down 18 meters northwest of the lunar module and performs a panorama for mission control. (2 minutes 28 seconds; 5 MB). Astronaut Neil Armstrong made history on July 20, 1969, when he became the first man to set foot on the moon. AVI Video Clip: The spacecraft then rotated 180 degress to a windows-up position at an altitude of 40,000 feet to allow the landing radar to take altitude readings of the surface. Journal Text: 110:21:24   RealVideo Clip: They move off-camera to the lunar module. Journal Text: 112:06:00   Restored Video: (3 minutes 32 seconds). Journal Text: 109:28:07   Restored Video: (3 minutes 12 seconds). At extreme left, Buzz repeats the boot penetration task in the soil and photographs the results. QuickTime Video Clip: Journal Text: 111:59:29   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Buzz stamps his boot in the soil and observes the results. As the spacecraft dropped the last few feet, its shadow filled the camera frame, blacking out the surface. Journal Text: 100:12:00   MPG Video Clip: Watch 'Apollo 11' on Saturday, July 20 at 9 p.m. Journal Text: 110:13:42   MPEG Video Clip: (3 minutes 50 seconds). Original broadcast footage of Apollo 11's historic launch. Journal Text: 110:23:32   QuickTime Video Clip: The video was recorded there and in other locations; there is no missing video footage from the Apollo 11 moonwalk. Journal Text: 110:07:01 to 110:09:50. Journal Text: 111:42:49   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 109:59:05   MPG 16-mm Clip: Journal Text: 109:34:44   Restored Video: (2 minutes 55 seconds). Journal Text: 111:52:50   Restored Video: (3 minutes 36 seconds). The Apollo 11 Plaque Neil Armstrong reads a commemorative plaque affixed to the Apollo 11 lunar module and compares existing footage with the partially restored video. (4 minutes 13 seconds). As touchdown approached, Little West Crater passed 150 feet below them, the descent engine blew dust across the ground, and the shadow of the landing gear appeared. BUZZ ALDRIN admitted that one of the most iconic photos ever taken during the Apollo 11 was 'so well staged' during an interview in 2016 with Professor Brian Cox, unearthed footage shows. During the following one hour ten minute sequence, the astronauts perform a variety of surface activities, both within and beyond camera range. (1 minute 47 seconds; 9MB). QuickTime Video Clip: (55 seconds; 3.2 MB). (58 seconds; 3.3MB). Journal Text: 110:48:26   Restored Video: (4 minutes 00 seconds). Journal Text: 110:23:32   QuickTime Video Clip: The liftoff of Apollo 11's Saturn V carrying Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins into space exploration history on July 16, 1969. (2 minutes 41 seconds). Journal Text: 109:53:40   MPEG Video Clip: Journal Text: 102:30:45 to 102:46:38   QuickTime Video Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 110:14:57   Restored Video: (2 minutes 39 seconds). (1 minute 38 seconds; 8.3MB). Journal Text: 111:10:30   Restored Video: (1 minutes 35 seconds). Journal Text: 109:50:59   RealVideo Clip: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 110:18:31   MPG 16-mm Clip: (3 minutes 7 seconds). (1 minute 4 seconds; 3.3MB). Journal Text: 109:26:54 to 109:27:44. (3 minutes 23 seconds). Neil appears carrying the television camera and tripod. (3 minutes 44 seconds). (46 seconds; 3.2MB). The grainy footage of Neil Armstrong placing man’s first step on the Moon is among the most iconic of images. They erect the flag and Neil takes photographs. QuickTime Video Clip: 16mm landing film by Gary Neff, source footage courtesy John Knoll. Journal Text: 111:29:39   RealVideo Clip: However, NASA reaffirmed that there is no missing footage from Apollo 11 since the video transmissions were relayed to the Manned Spacecraft Center (now … Journal Text: 111:10:49 to 111:11:31. QuickTime Video Clip: QuickTime Video Clip: (3 minute 24 seconds; 17MB). Journal Text: 110:11:33   Restored Video: (0 minutes 52 seconds). The thumbnail image shows the new footage on the left and the old on the right. To broadcast the SSTV transmission on standard television, NASA ground receiving stations performed real-time scan conversion to the NTSC television format. Journal Text: 110:45:07   Restored Video: (3 minutes 24 seconds). Journal Text: 110:23:05   Restored Video: (2 minutes 03 seconds).