From the Earth to the Moon (2019): Moon Landing (Clip) | HBO

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    It’s been 50 years since mankind first stepped foot on the moon, and to celebrate, we’re showing the full length clip of the moon landing from miniseries, “From the Earth to the Moon. #HBO #FromTheEarthToTheMoon
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mahadev pathak
mahadev pathak

Small eyerahlaiesh

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Babbuu Singh
Babbuu Singh

America had never been to moon,whole world knows it,it was done at home just to show world DAT we r ahead of USSR,home made video,ha ha ha

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robroy habich
robroy habich

Are you educated?

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The Life of Günther
The Life of Günther

You're wrong, actually. Majority of the world knows that the Apollo Moon landings were all real. I'd like to know why exactly you think they were faked and how. I'd be more than happy to easily disprove your reasons with my own knowledge :)

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Ey Noy Tos
Ey Noy Tos

Wow cool

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KronnangDunn
KronnangDunn

The show is from 1998, not 2019....

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Azam Rohani
Azam Rohani

This is real or just animasion

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PAL BVR
PAL BVR

😁😀😁😀😁😀😁😁😀😀😁😀😁

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Lem Timonera
Lem Timonera

Letz go

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AR RAFI RIYADH
AR RAFI RIYADH

ALL IS THE MIRACLE OF ALMIGHTY ALLAH.

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Knowledge & Comedy
Knowledge & Comedy

Jesus is Omnipresent🙏

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

lol. "Comedy", that's it :-)

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John Salt
John Salt

So funny! They realized that the directors of original film of Apollo have totally the earth forgotten.. And now earth is in the first step scene.. Hehehe. Another one thing is the non visible face of 1969 to 1972 actors through the glass .. Plenty of light..

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

That's a movie, so they could add stars and a gigantic Earth. In reality, you can't have that from the Moon...

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Biswajit Kundu
Biswajit Kundu

Great.

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j dalu
j dalu

This always amaze me that they did this 52 years ago

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Faris Here
Faris Here

That's it Wonderful

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Paul Park
Paul Park

Amazing ! I am vine and your are branch !

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Mikevdog
Mikevdog

There wouldn't be any sound in space. No rocket roaring.

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passerby1011
passerby1011

Why am I getting goosebumps?

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palash kumar das
palash kumar das

I don't know, I never work with the international community, they work like them, they do it whenever they want, but if a job is lost, they want it or they have to pay a lot of compensation. Because they do whatever they want when they are happy so that they should not do this kind of work and should be warned from the international community.

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Steven James Beto
Steven James Beto

In a decade of madness, NASA gave us hope.

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J M
J M

I was 8 going on 9 years old at the time of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. I will always remember that night!

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Jose luis Fragoso
Jose luis Fragoso

Imagine the actor of jessie pinkman playing as collins.

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Selva Kumari
Selva Kumari

Awesome

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The Catonaut
The Catonaut

Rip Michael Collins, without him the landing would not be possible, RIP

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The Catonaut
The Catonaut

@Willoughby Krenzteinburg yea, but he was a true legend

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Willoughby Krenzteinburg
Willoughby Krenzteinburg

Not to take anything away from Collins, but if it wasn't him, it would have been someone else.

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Ezra Nelson
Ezra Nelson

The eagle has landed

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TT Foley
TT Foley

Someone should get the camera operator back from the moon he must be bored

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

That camera was remote controlled.

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sien khorn
sien khorn

Very good

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N0NameV1
N0NameV1

What times we live! The greatest moment in modern history of mankind looks impossible because of its historic accuracy!

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HARIKRISHNAN BS
HARIKRISHNAN BS

RIP Collins

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Chan Tha Games Club
Chan Tha Games Club

Hi

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Lasse Nilsson
Lasse Nilsson

Hollywood movie about a Hollywood movie

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

When is flat earth the movie out?

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Jonathan Albright
Jonathan Albright

Rest in peace Michael Collins

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twixted
twixted

He was orbit the moon in csm

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sniper king gaming
sniper king gaming

Yeap

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catharina genell
catharina genell

Beautiful and touching short film! Really well made! 🥰🤩😘

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W M D
W M D

RIP, General Collins.

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MindFlowersDotInfo
MindFlowersDotInfo

All space exploration is faked, Apollo is a joke. Take your time and think for yourself.

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

You're wrong. Think better.

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zaky jauhariel
zaky jauhariel

If moon landing was CGI, it would look like this

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Afik Israeli
Afik Israeli

Walter White and Tim Wheatley landing on the Moon!

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Charley Howard
Charley Howard

Tony Goldwyn as Neil Armstrong, part of 1962's Astronaut Group 2, performs first docking in space as commander of Gemini 8 in episode 1, and is the first man to set foot on the Moon on Apollo 11 in episode 6, "Mare Tranquillitatis".[4] Goldwyn was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of actress Jennifer Howard and film producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Goldwyn's paternal grandparents were mogul Samuel Goldwyn, a Polish Jewish immigrant from Warsaw, and actress Frances Howard, who was originally from Nebraska.[1]

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Daryoush Tolabi
Daryoush Tolabi

عالی بود

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Swamynathan Iyer
Swamynathan Iyer

How young Neil Armstrong looks 50 years back.. Waved hands when n the three astronauts toured Bombay in '71.

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Bob Hermiz
Bob Hermiz

🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷

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Bob Hermiz
Bob Hermiz

Our Lord Jesus protect USA forever .

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Bob Hermiz
Bob Hermiz

I’m curious when USA will start to go Moon . I’m so exited to see USA landing I the Moon again . God bless America .

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rockethead7
rockethead7

Artemis is in progress right now. It was funded in 2019. Trump/Pence/Bridenstine got the funding approved by congress. But, they asked for funding at a rate that would put people back on the moon by 2024. Congress only funded it at a rate that would put people on the lunar surface by around 2028 or 2030. And, who knows what COVID is doing to that timeline? But, yes, it's proceeding, and it appears that Biden is going to continue support for it. But, time will tell. Congress actually controls the money. They can increase funding, decrease funding, or stop funding altogether. But, as of this moment, the program is proceeding. The astronauts have been named, and are in training right now. Two more Orion capsules have been ordered. Just a couple of weeks ago, they selected SpaceX to build the lunar landers (a bit of a surprise, because it looked like it was going to be Blue Origin, but, whatever, they selected that crazy huge SpaceX lander instead, go figure).

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k.c Francis
k.c Francis

Super hero never go to moon. But human are steping❤️👍👍

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Ashish Saikia
Ashish Saikia

Anyone hear after Michael Collins death?😥😥

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Bangladesh
Bangladesh

Yeah

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HUGO MEJÍA
HUGO MEJÍA

FAKE

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rockethead7
rockethead7

Yes, this was just a dramatized TV series with fake CGI, etc. If you want the real mission videos, they're on YouTube also.

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steve
steve

Never get tired of this..

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Camden Gillespie
Camden Gillespie

movies love the old 1202 program alarm😂

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Mayuresh Shendkar
Mayuresh Shendkar

Some of the mission control people are same as Apollo 13 movie

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jay jay
jay jay

Collins was the unsung hero

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Renan Abano
Renan Abano

RIP

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ShibluKhan
ShibluKhan

Missing nil a

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QuangMinh VN Wotblitz
QuangMinh VN Wotblitz

That is a great flim! I love it

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Tsr Tsr
Tsr Tsr

i am the vine;you are the branches.If a man remains in me and I in him,he will bear much fruit;apart from me you can do anything John:15:5

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Prathmesh Bhosale
Prathmesh Bhosale

I literally got a goosebumps !!

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MuckyWaters
MuckyWaters

I think this was all done on a movie set.

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Dan Severns
Dan Severns

You are correct, mostly in Orlando FL and Tustin CA in 1998.

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Mesa Santikant
Mesa Santikant

Mission-Transformerss no-non Drivril-Transmissionss Saddoggoddessesski-009 nonon Maddoggoddessessky-13 No-comment When-the-SKY..rain-oil Gooodgodss Piggoddessessirensky-009 Badgodss Piggoddessessphinxsky-13 Pigasuskiing..007..Thankss

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Bob Boy
Bob Boy

more fake news

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

@Bob Boy : Which vids? My own investigation concludes Apollo missions were real.

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Bob Boy
Bob Boy

@Thomas Kundera i gave you one vid to look at now you have to do your own INVESTIGATION.

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

@Bob Boy : You have reason to think Apollo missions were faked?

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Bob Boy
Bob Boy

@Thomas Kundera that is what i was talking about, MORE FAKE NEWS

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Thomas Kundera
Thomas Kundera

@Bob Boy : I mean *actual* Apollo missions.

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Dennis Zogbi
Dennis Zogbi

1202 Alarm- PC Load Letter

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Francesco Scarpaci
Francesco Scarpaci

balle spaziali,avete preso per il culo tutto il mondo razza di farabutti

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Ethan Khoo
Ethan Khoo

Netflix first man is more realistic

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rockethead7
rockethead7

Um, no. First Man was a train wreck of NON-realism.

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Rupa Kumari
Rupa Kumari

Kke

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Gianpaolo Callegaro
Gianpaolo Callegaro

Wonderful

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Ditto El'Bandito
Ditto El'Bandito

The ISS is only 250 miles away from the earth...the moon is 240k miles away..

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rockethead7
rockethead7

Congratulations. What is your point?

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ThisGuy?_YT
ThisGuy?_YT

I'm no scientist but I know for a fact that this actually happend

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

Russia compared their own moon samples with NASAs and they matched also several countries tracked the Apollo crew all the way there.

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sabas srivastava
sabas srivastava

May be there is only one gravitational force acting all over in solar system that is connecting in such a way that every thing revolving moon and planets and sun. If you see. Nature of movement never stopped and everything is moving around. Might be i think so only one force in nature that is connected in such a way that affecting all over. Nothing can move itself accept if there is life in it. May be certain mechanics responsible behind this.

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John Roache
John Roache

Even though we know the outcome, my heart was throbbing.

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Luiz Otavio
Luiz Otavio

Moon landing in 69? Pls

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TERIQUE MURRAY
TERIQUE MURRAY

@Luiz Otavio ok

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Luiz Otavio
Luiz Otavio

@TERIQUE MURRAY Well, "believe" is everyone's right.

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TERIQUE MURRAY
TERIQUE MURRAY

Believe it or not it happened

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Ali Mahnd
Ali Mahnd

لقد صرح مصور الفلم وقال بالحرف الواحد ان الفلم تم تصويره على الأرض .ويبدو ان ضميره ايقضه اخيرا

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Ali Mahnd
Ali Mahnd

Where are the stars, especially darkness. Many have reservations about this malicious American deception

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Human -NPC
Human -NPC

@Willoughby Krenzteinburg Glad someone is smart here.

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Willoughby Krenzteinburg
Willoughby Krenzteinburg

@Human -NPC Yeah - it really had nothing to do with the quality of the film or cameras. Even today's most advanced digital cameras would be unable to capture star light in a photograph clearly exposed properly for brightly sunlit subjects like the astronauts, the lunar surface, etc. If you see any photographs of a sunlit object and stars, you are looking at a composite image.

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

@Human -NPC Cameras they used were the best and better than todays phones film has more dynamic range than digital sensors. To get the stars would mean over exposing the film so would see the stars but no moon landscape detail. China's probe moon landing in 2013 revealed the same thing.

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Human -NPC
Human -NPC

Cameras back then were worse than phone cameras, try to take a pic on the starry sky woth your phone, you cant see them. Same here. The moon landing is real, thd camera qualiry wasnt the best in 1969

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Ali Mahnd
Ali Mahnd

In which American state was this video filmed to deceive the world ... the capsule was found by warships in the Soviet Union and confiscated with sealed holes.

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

Got proof of this?

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Ali Mahnd
Ali Mahnd

The trick of the landing of the ship on the surface of the moon

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Below asmelash habel shutel Gebremaraim
Below asmelash habel shutel Gebremaraim

Long life for all humaning

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Below asmelash habel shutel Gebremaraim
Below asmelash habel shutel Gebremaraim

I this world good working is best one

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Nguyễn văn Thưởng
Nguyễn văn Thưởng

❤️

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Gajengi prabhakar
Gajengi prabhakar

New videos pls

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kenshi_cv
kenshi_cv

This is the moment that heisenberg became buzz aldrin

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MAHESH REDDY
MAHESH REDDY

Please add this channel to airtel DTH

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Samuel Matheis
Samuel Matheis

(i rather watch the documentaries. they r without heavy drama and they have more humor)

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zemiorka
zemiorka

Hey Heisenberg was UP there!! 😎

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Шура Московский
Шура Московский

Так же снимали настоящую высадку?

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Keith Lillis
Keith Lillis

They actually got the 1202 and 1201 alarms 5 times, 3 of which were due Buzz asking the guidance computer to display more than the minimum data, which overloaded it 3 times, so it did a soft re-set 3 times, to loose the extra work. In Buzz's defence, he had done the same many times in training and never had an issue. The other 2 times were due to the rendezvous radar, (used by the LEM to find the command module on ascent) inextricably turning itself on. Something that never happened during training. Also, it is a bit of a misnomer that Neil took 'manual control' It is true that the 'manual control' gave him more independent control, but the guidance computer flew the ship to landing, with more input allowed by Neil. There was no fully manual mode and the landing could not have happened without the guidance computer. An amazing bit of kit, developed by M.I.T.

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rockethead7
rockethead7

@Willoughby Krenzteinburg Thanks for the added clarification!!

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Willoughby Krenzteinburg
Willoughby Krenzteinburg

@rockethead7 The rendezvous radar did not turn on; it was simply left on - feeding the computer useless data, but data nonetheless that the computer put in memory and executed. This isn't to say it is Aldrin's fault; nobody knew in the moment what was causing the alarms, but it is highly likely that Adrin's calling up P68 overloaded the computer - causing the reset and P68 got dumped every time. Aldrin continued to call up P68 and the alarm triggered each time he did this until he actually mentioned that the alarms seemed to coincide with his calling up that program. When Armstrong switched from P65 to P66, this freed up the computer so the alarm never sounded again. P65 is obviously more computer dependent than P66. Armstrong did not switch to P66 to stop the alarms; he was unaware that it would incidentally fix the 1202/1201 issues - he merely did so because he wasn't fond of the area the computer was headed. On subsequent Apollo missions, the landing procedures called for turning off the rendezvous radar entirely since it served no value on landing. I believe the original procedures called for it to be in a specific mode in the event that an abort were necessary, it would already be on - that's why it was on. For whatever reason, the simulator never "simulated" an overload as Aldrin had frequently pulled up P68 during the simulated landings during training.

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rockethead7
rockethead7

Also note: the exact/minor details of the modes slightly changed on the later missions.

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rockethead7
rockethead7

There was a fully manual mode. But, no commander ever used it. There was also a fully automatic mode. But, again, no commander ever used it. P65 = full auto. P66 = semi-automatic (hybrid). (There were a few different options here.) P67 = full manual. After the P64 landing phase, the computer would go to P65. The commander would then put it into P66 or P67. Armstrong moved to P66 early, however. The sub-mode of P66 that the commanders all used was the mode called "rate of descent." That means that the commander has a toggle switch to tell the computer the desired descent rate. Each click downward on the toggle switch added 1 foot per second descent rate. Each click upward decreased the rate of descent. The computer constantly analyzed the amount of throttle required to maintain the desired rate of descent (as the fuel burns off making the craft lighter, lean angles, etc.). That way, the commander didn't need to worry about the throttle (other than the clicking up or down of the toggle). The commander controlled the pitch/yaw/roll through manual control of the RCS. There were a couple more sub-modes in P66, but those are irrelevant, also never used. The story about Buzz Aldrin inducing the program alarms is still unclear. Yes, that's his version. But, some of the engineers think it wasn't due to Aldrin. Personally, I lean toward trusting Aldrin. But, my recollection is that he is the one who turned on the rendezvous radar, not that it was inextricable. But, I am just going on memory, and could be remembering wrong.

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Fiki Bocil
Fiki Bocil

looks unnatural, they don't float around, when pouring water in the glass, it feels like in the kitchen and not in Apollo... 😂😅😆

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Dan Severns
Dan Severns

It was wine, and it wouldn’t float around because the moon has gravity.

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Fiki Bocil
Fiki Bocil

looks unnatural, they don't float around, when pouring water in the glass, it feels like in the kitchen and not in Apollo... 😂😅😆

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rockethead7
rockethead7

What's with your ridiculous laughy faces? You're so completely ignorant that you believe there's no gravity on the moon, and people should float around. That's how little you understand about the topic. This is amazingly ridiculous, because yes, the moon has gravity. It's less than Earth's gravity. But, it's plenty of gravity to make water pour into a glass, and to prevent people from just floating around. Yet, here you are, making a complete fool of yourself, posting your ignorance for the entire world to see, then making laughy faces, as if you're PROUD to know absolutely nothing.

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Pale O'Pterix
Pale O'Pterix

the biggest lie in human history since jesus aka christ

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Yoctopory
Yoctopory

If you haven't seen it yet: Watch the landing scene from "First Man".

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Yoctopory
Yoctopory

@juan Wow, that's amazing. Didn't know that! Thanks for sharing.

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Yoctopory
Yoctopory

@rockethead7 Noted

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rockethead7
rockethead7

First Man's landing scene was ridiculously inaccurate. Go watch it if you like that director's version of hacking up Apollo 11... terribly wrong landing sequence... removing the flag-planting scene from the movie... overdramatized nonsense from start to finish. If you like that sort of thing, fine, that's your prerogative. But, please know what you're watching in that movie is nowhere near accurate.

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J Shepard
J Shepard

@juan Hear hear! First Man was all wrong but Apollo 11 was amazing.

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juan
juan

If you haven't seen it yet, watch Apollo 11 (2019) It is real 65mm footage that was supposed to be made into a film back then, but instead was converted into 35mm during the time and the 65mm was stored for 50 years... I watched the First Man movie last year and thought it was incredible, but then only today I discovered Apollo 11 and it was absolutely breathtaking, as it was real pristine footage. Please give it a watch, it's on netflix (not forever)

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Pranjal Srivastava
Pranjal Srivastava

Proud to be American

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Jab Master4898 Owen Jako
Jab Master4898 Owen Jako

apollo misions is great

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Toms Bunk
Toms Bunk

Go nasa go spacex God speed bob and doug to the mars.....

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billsixx
billsixx

Uhhhhhh, what happened to the LM Rendezvous Radar?

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Marco Colleli
Marco Colleli

No UFO No party

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Ruhi B
Ruhi B

When it's land nd when he step on the moon, I can't explain this feeling..

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Gregory Lu
Gregory Lu

Even in the 21st century, I'm still thrilled to see the show.

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Gregory Lu
Gregory Lu

I'm Chinese. Hats off to the ancestors of space exploration!

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Puneet Verma
Puneet Verma

That's how nasa fooled us 😂😂 just to defeat Russia.

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Humans R Ants
Humans R Ants

Russia proved they did it.

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Баба Валя
Баба Валя

Безумцы обречённые на обман!!!!

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Saddam Technology Center
Saddam Technology Center

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩

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Sgt.Monkol photakul
Sgt.Monkol photakul

Hi

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Chris Effpunkt
Chris Effpunkt

I honestly am so tilted from the fact they needed to make you hear the RCS firing. IT'S SPACE YOU IDIOTS.

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KVFutureGamer
KVFutureGamer

Fun fact: The lunar module used for this show is an actual lunar module that was intended for Apollo 19.

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rockethead7
rockethead7

I seriously doubt that's correct. I believe you probably got that from Wiki, and I believe the Wiki article is wrong. Most of the articles I've read have illustrated that the lunar module you're talking about would have been used on Apollo 18, not Apollo 19. It actually makes no sense that it would have been for Apollo 19, because the one in this show is LM13. LM12 was used on Apollo 17 to fly to the moon. LM13 was [fairly] close to completion (the one used in this miniseries). It didn't have a guidance computer, and a lot of the other electronics, etc. But, when Apollo 18 was canceled, it was already close enough to completion that they basically "finished" it cosmetically to be put on display in a museum. LM14 and LM15 were barely started, nowhere near completion, and were just torn apart and scrapped. So, it makes no sense to me that they were supposedly building LM13 for Apollo 19, leaving Apollo 18 with no lander whatsoever, unless they would wait for LM14 to be built (why would they do that?). Anyway, if you have some other evidence (besides Wiki) that states that LM13 was slated for Apollo 19, I honestly want to read about it, and would love for you to reply. But, please note, I think links are blocked, so, if you post a reply with a link, you'll be the only one who can see it (I think nobody else can see replies with links).

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G-MONEY1996
G-MONEY1996

RIP Neil Armstrong (1930-2012)

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AKZ
AKZ

Сколько можно переснимать оригинал кубрика!))) как в Салли: вы не проверяете всу сразу разворачиваетесь и летите на посадку, словно хлеба забыли купить... сколько дублей ушло на съёмки этого ремейка кубрика? но выдавая эту постанову за правду все пять раз из пяти и сели и взлетели даже не вспотели памперсы за неделю не запрели!)))

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Сергей Образцов
Сергей Образцов

Well done Stanley Kubrick !!!!! The secret of filming in the pavilion of the landing of the Pindos on the moon, took to the grave!!Молодец Стэнли Кубрик!!!!!

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