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New Oz Footage Of Armstrong's Moon Walk

From: Joachim Koch <lists.nul>
Date: Sat, 02 Oct 2010 09:15:08 +0200
Archived: Sat, 02 Oct 2010 08:03:20 -0400
Subject: New Oz Footage Of Armstrong's Moon Walk


Hi List,

I found this here:

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http://tinyurl.com/28fah49

New Australian footage of Neil Armstrong's moon walk

(AFP) -- 3 days ago

SYDNEY =97 Long-lost footage of Neil Armstrong descending the
ladder of the Apollo 11 lunar module will be screened in public
for the first time in Sydney next week, a prominent astronomer
told AFP.

The footage runs for a few minutes and is considered to be some
of the best footage of the historic 1969 moonwalk, but the film
was lost in archives for many years and was badly damaged when
found, said John Sarkissian.

It depicts the first few minutes of Armstrong's descent which
was recorded in Australia as NASA was still scrambling for a
signal, showing a far clearer image than was initially screened
worldwide.

Telescopes in remote Australia played a key role in the Apollo
11 mission, including provision of the television signal, after
Armstrong decided to attempt the moonwalk early, putting the
United States just beyond the horizon.

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[More at site]

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And here are some interesting related links:

Why We Abandoned The Moon... Moon Tapes: Lost And Found

http://www.viewzone.com/anomaluna.html


Lunar Orbiter Tapes Found

http://tinyurl.com/47v6ds


Is this all known to you?

Joachim





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