Apollo 11 is now 25,301 nautical miles [46,857 km] from Earth, velocity has increased to 12,263 feet per second [3,738 m/s]. North is left. The final P52 platform realignment of the mission is being carried out about now. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. It was nothing that I really sat down one day and said, oh, I am going to write a book. I would have been in the Kennedy Library listening, I hope, to hear those words. Mid-Course Correction number 7 has been cancelled, and as a result we will let the crew sleep until an elapsed time of 190 hours. North is down. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. Apollo Control at 193 hours, 50 minutes. Photograph taken at approximately 191:53:00. At a certain point there, we were always, to the contrary, looking to what is coming just ahead. Apollo 11 at 50: Michael Collins: Transcript MATT PORTER: 50 years ago today, American astronauts landed on the moon. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. He would maintain this constant deceleration until they have passed the time given in the PAD for V-circular, 2:13 after Entry Interface. I was in an orbit 60 miles in a circle overhead while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked upon the moon. A number of people on … North is down. Day 8, part 2: More Television and Stowage for Re-entry. Touchdown; 195:17:49 GET, 11:49:50 CDT. Photograph taken at approximately 192:30:00. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. (Click for wider context.). 80-mm lens. MICHAEL COLLINS: You know, I've often wondered, I haven't gone back to Houston where I lived as an astronaut to ask the current Trump crop down there, but I would guess if I asked, hey, how are the women astronauts doing, I would bet some money that the answer would be doing about like the men, only a little bit better. They receive final details of their re-entry into the atmosphere and photograph the Earth as it expands rapidly in the windows of their spacecraft. Apollo 11 has entered the Moon’s orbit, and flies to the far-side. Jump into the story. Five more full exposures will be taken on magazine V in about an hour. Posted on December 11, 2014 June 20, 2020. Or do you think we should just go straight to Mars or somewhere in between? A fascinating read and a beautiful talking point for any wall. MATT PORTER: What about, as far as when JFK made the statement calling people to do what you can to make the mission to the moon a success, how did you relate to that call as someone who was in the astronaut corps? Clock shows we're 5½ hours away from Entry Interface, the point at which Apollo 11 will enter the Earth's atmosphere. From Apollo 11 transcript. 80-mm lens. Why is that? 80-mm lens. The Command Module regains VHF communications 8 seconds after the main parachutes are deployed when two small stub antennae are deployed to support recovery. MICHAEL COLLINS: Well, I think our concept of heroism has gotten warped and twisted over time. The star angle difference, a test of sighting accuracy, was 0.01°, a good result for Mike. Main chutes deploy; 195:12:52, 11:44:53 CDT. The Z-axis points down the local vertical and the Y-axis points right to complete the right-hand coordinate system. 9 hours, 33 minutes until entry. By that time, Earth will more than fill the frame. And it was just a remarkably wonderful mandate for us. 7 hours, 34 minutes to entry. North is down. AS11-44-6676 - Earth at about 63,000 km or 34,000 nautical miles. MATT PORTER: 50 years ago today, American astronauts landed on the moon. And if you liked what you heard today, please consider subscribing to our podcast or leaving us a review. 80-mm lens. Transcript: Apollo 11: For All Mankind | May 11, 1999 A full-screen caption reads "Apollo 11." Crew will be awakened at 190 hours elapsed time. Begin blackout; 195:03:25 Ground Elapsed Time, 11:35:26 Central Daylight Time. Can you describe your role in that Apollo 11 mission for us? Do you want us to head back to the moon? Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. MATT PORTER: Welcome to this special bonus summer episode of JFK35, a podcast by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. Sold Out ... Immortalize a timeless piece of history right on your wall with a full transcript of the first moon landing, scrawled onto beautiful matte photo paper with a sharp, crisp appearance. Several were made by the Station’s Admin Officer, Bernard Scrivener, at the direction of Honeysuckle’s Station Director, Tom Reid. We did not perform above and beyond the call of duty. Arabia is on the lower right of the globe. The AUTO targeting was taking us right into a football field size—football field sized crater, with a large number of big boulders and rocks for about … one or two crater diameters around it, and it required a … in P66 and flying manually over the rock field to find a reasonably good area. Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 11 Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 12-17 Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 18 ... Excerpt from Appendix D including transcript of voice channel for last 27 seconds. Velocity; 10,876 feet per second [3,315 m/s]. Mid-Course Correction number 7 has been cancelled, and as a result we will let the crew sleep until an elapsed time of 190 hours. JAMIE RICHARDSON: In the early 1960s space race, it was really important to beat the Soviets to the moon and to have the supremacy. MATT PORTER: Michael Collins, thank you so much. The collection contains 80 transcripts (approximately 45,000 pages of … The southern African continent is to the right with the Namibian and Angolan coastline with the Atlantic Ocean clearly seen. Photograph taken at approximately 192:40:00. We will stay off the air and let the recovery forces attempt to establish voice contact. President Trump met with astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, and the family of Neil Armstrong to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their Apollo 11 … 3. Little by little, we used Kennedy's words over and over and over again. To interpret the instructions from Evans, the start of re-entry should have the lift vector up. “Washington Goes to the Moon” was written and produced by Richard Paul and featured interviews with a number of key figures in the story. This is Apollo Control at 188 hours, 43 minutes. Due to the coronavirus public health emergency, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will be closed through December 31, 2020 and until further notice. We're just - we're 1 hour, 43 minutes away from entry and here are the altitudes at which the entry events are expected to occur: Entry at 75 statute miles [121 km]; beginning blackout at 62 statute miles [100 km]; 05-g, 57 statute miles [92 km]; end blackout, 41 statute miles [66 km]; drogue chute deployment, 23,300 feet [7,100 metres] and main chute deployment, 10,500 feet [3,200 metres]. NASA have released transcripts from the Apollo missions which may be considered as definite proof that the Apollo mission astronauts saw alien objects on the moon. This is Apollo Control at 192 hours, 2 minutes. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. Apollo 11's distance now 11,463 nautical miles [21,229 km], approaching at a velocity of 17,322 feet per second [5,280 m/s]. Conversely, heads up places the lift vector down, digging the CM into the thicker layers of the atmosphere, increasing drag and shortening the distance travelled. Normally, lift vector is Down. Professor Neil Armstrong, who was the commander of the Apollo 11 mission, reviewed the transcript using audio tapes for the … Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. Read the Full Transcript Judy Woodruff: Fifty years ago this week, the world watched as the Apollo 11 crew lifted off, and then landed on the moon a few days later. Why do writers write books? What led you to write this book? BEF - Blunt end forward. The southern African continent is at upper right with the Arabian peninsula visible as the brown patch at the extreme right of the globe. AS11-44-6681 - Earth at about 49,000 km or 26,500 nautical miles. This is a print of the transcript of the communications which took place on board the famous Apollo 11 moon landing mission, including the highlighted The Eagle has Landed line. Photograph taken at approximately 192:06:00. 3. ... Apollo 11 took off on a Saturn Five rocket, still the tallest, heaviest and most powerful rocket ever built. From Apollo 11 transcript. The documentary “Apollo 11,” directed and edited by Todd Douglas Miller, is entirely awe-inspiring. And a U.S. Air Force C-135 crew will attempt to photograph this re-entry of the Command Module. 50-Year-Old Memories Of Apollo 11 People across the country are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. This is a print of the transcript of the communications which took place on board the famous Apollo 11 moon landing mission, including the highlighted The Eagle has Landed line. Arabia is on the lower right of the globe. The Sun is glinting off the western Indian Ocean. A Russian Soyuz launched on July 15, 1975, followed by the U.S. Apollo launch on the same day. Arabia is on the lower right of the globe. Arabia is on the lower right. North is to the right and the Namibian and Angolan coastline with the Atlantic Ocean is clearly visible. When an aircraft reaches cruise altitude, the normal procedure is to readjust this calibration to a standard pressure of 29.92 inches or 760 mm of mercury, now equivalent to 1,013 millibars of pressure. share. Man Over Radio says WE COPY YOU DOWN, EAGLE. Arabia is on the lower right. We have plenty of heroes in our everyday life. And gosh knows, they don't need me to tell them how to go about doing it. This reduces the drag and therefore extends the flight path. The southern African continent is at upper right with the Namibian and Angolan coastline near the limb. Report comment. The pressure in that vent is proportional to how much heat the evaporation is losing and is displayed on a gauge. How do you feel has that diversity improved space program, not only in the US, but for the global space program? 95% Upvoted. And all of the numbers concerned with entry and post-entry events have been generated, and we shall forward them at this time. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. Because of weather avoidance in the prime recovery zone in mid-Pacific, southwest of Hawaii, it has been decided some time ago to shift the landing point or aiming point some 215 nautical miles [398 km] downrange from the pre-mission aiming point. save hide report. Experience the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing. The southern African continent is at upper right with the Namibian and Angolan coastline near the limb. While Collins flew in orbit around the Moon in the command module, Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module, landing in the Sea of Tranquillity at 4.17 p m . My friend Neil Armstrong, for example, who was a lot better engineer and planner than I was thought that there were enough gaps in our knowledge about Mars that it would be advantageous to fill some of those chinks with precursor missions at the moon. The pilot, who is the ARIA Squadron Commander, Colonel Oakley W. Baron of Kankakee, Illinois. Below is the full transcript, recording the events up to about 5 minutes after the accident (Times are given are in Ground Elapsed Time (G.E.T. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. Photograph taken at approximately 190:39:00. Apollo 11 at 50: Michael Collins: Transcript MATT PORTER: 50 years ago today, American astronauts landed on the moon. Entry velocity, that's at Entry Interface of 400,000 feet, will be 36,194 feet per second [11,032 metres/second]. MICHAEL COLLINS: I thought that President Kennedy's speech, that short speech, was a masterpiece of direct simplicity. The earthshine coming through the window is so bright you can read a book by it. Houston. Flight path angle, minus 6.5 degrees. Wonderful facility you have there, and best of luck with it and to both of you. During Apollo 11, a number of audio recordings were made at Honeysuckle Creek. So that was my primary function. Apollo 11 now 22,130 nautical miles [40,985 km] from Earth. Below is a full account of what was said during the landing phase, from the moment the lunar module began its powered descent to Armstrong's historic declaration: "The Eagle has landed." AS11-44-6687 - Earth at about 38,600 km or 20,850 nautical miles. Auburn, Illinois. 34 comments. We expect landing at 195 hours, 17 minutes, 49 seconds. Transcript plusminus. Thank you for listening, and stay tuned for a couple more space special episodes coming up next week. And so the way you not lose track is to scribble them down on a little yellow notepad. 183 hours, 25 minutes Ground Elapsed Time. Journal contributor Sean Potter of the NASA Office of Communications has written an essay. To reiterate the change in landing point, this is a weather avoidance situation where thunderstorms are forecast for the aiming point - the original aiming point in the mid-Pacific. Arabia is on the left. If you have questions or story ideas, email us at JFK35 pod at JFKLFoundation.org, or tweet at us at JFK Library using the hashtag #JFK35. This is Apollo Control at 192 hours, 55 minutes. This is Apollo Control; 187 hours, 28 minutes Ground Elapsed Time. the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, in obtaining an accurate listing of the Apollo 11 samples and photographs is appreciated. This landing area is 215 miles [400 km] to the northeast from the original landing area, moved because of thunder showers in the original area. But fortunately, our machinery worked just extremely well, absolutely as advertised, maybe even a little bit better. 05G [twentieth of a g]; 195:03:35 GET, 11:35:36 CDT. AS11-44-6689 - Earth at about 32,850 km or 17,750 nautical miles. But now we see with the International Space Station, there's people from all over the globe working together for some united causes. One of these is for a recovery beacon, the other supports voice communication. This thread is archived. Michael, thanks for being with us. The preliminary time of drogue deploy is 195 hours, 12 minutes - or as you were - yes, 195 hours, 12 minutes, 4 seconds. A number of people on … The southern African continent is to the right with the Namibian and Angolan coastline with the Atlantic Ocean clearly seen. 80-mm lens. Aiming point location; 13 degrees, 19 minutes North latitude; 169 degrees, 09 minutes West longitude. Both spacecraft landed safely and on schedule. What Materials are used? In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 — which put the first two men on the Moon — the National Archives will feature original records from the mission, including transcript of the landing, flight plans and more. So the more that we can do to help that planet stay whole and to beef up some areas of its fragility, that's what we should be spending our time doing. Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon.Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin formed the American crew that landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle on July 20, 1969, at 20:17 UTC (14:17 CST).Armstrong became the first person to step onto the lunar surface six hours and 39 minutes later on July 21 at 02:56 UTC; Aldrin joined him 19 minutes later. The little thing seemed fragile. Carrying the Fire, W.Hh Allen, 1974, page 437. On Apollo 11 Anniversary, A Former Crew Member Reflects On The Lunar Trip Humans first landed on the moon 50 years ago on July 20. The other day I heard two people talking oh, did you hear Fred on that talk show the other night? We've had no word from the crew since the scheduled sleep period began. Apollo 11 is 40,961 nautical miles [75,860 km] from the Earth, approaching at a velocity of 9,671 feet per second [2,948 m/s]. Mike and Buzz are both Air Force, Neil and Ron Evans are both Navy. Weather in the recovery area: skies will be partly cloudy. Did we have a Kennedy Library at that time? Read this moment or See another. Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 11 Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 12-17 Apollo 204 Review Board Appendix D 18 ... Excerpt from Appendix D including transcript of voice channel for last 27 seconds. And when you analyze the conditions here on Earth, it is indeed fragile. Arabia is on the lower right of the globe. What are your thoughts as someone who has actually been to the moon? JSC Transcript Collection → All mission transcripts, onboard audio as well as other mission audio, from NASA's historic early missions, including all Apollo flights, are available. When Apollo 11 happened in real time, people back home could follow along with grainy, though exhilarating, video footage. They're some 6 hours, 34 minutes from Entry Interface. And that made our job a lot a lot easier. MICHAEL COLLINS: Well, I don't know. As they near Earth, it becomes possible to use the spacecraft's VHF radio system which will be the main communications link with the recovery crew. The crew gave us a call at 189 hours, 29 minutes. 80-mm lens. This includes an updated state vector, a target for the guidance system to aim for during entry, and a new REFSMMAT. APOLLO 11 AIR-TO-GROUND VOICE TRANSCRIPTION (GOSS NET 1) Tape 3/1 Page 18 00 03 05 28 CC Apollo 11, this is Houston. 80-mm lens. I'd like to go direct Mars, you could call it if you want, the JFK Mars Express. This is Apollo Control at 190 hours, 10 minutes. Former astronaut … But at any rate, the aiming point as calculated now is some 13 degrees, 19 minutes North latitude by 169 degrees, 10 minutes West longitude. A transcript of the 1969 Apollo 10 mission, manned by commander Tom Stafford, lunar module pilot Gene Cernan, and command module pilot John Young, is reminiscent of the classic scene in "Caddyshack" in which a candy bar is mistaken for a "doodie." Man Over Radio says WE COPY YOU DOWN, EAGLE. I think you can probably find one-- a nurse in an emergency ward doing one thing or another that's above and beyond the call of duty. MATT PORTER: So what was it like on that mission, especially knowing that it might be the historic first time a man would walk on the moon in that particular mission? 'In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)' was written by Rick Evans in 1964 and became a hit for Zager and Evans, a musical duo from Nebraska, in July 1969. This is Apollo Control; 188 hours, 28 minutes Ground Elapsed Time. CapCom that time was Fred Haise, the backup Lunar Module Pilot. AS11-44-6686 - Earth at about 39,750 km or 21,460 nautical miles. ... *This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning. In this July 20, 1969 image made from television, Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong steps onto the surface of the moon. This forces the craft to tilt with respect to the flight path. Here are the conversation transcripts from the historic Moon landing. North is to the right and the Namibian and Angolan coastline with the Atlantic Ocean is clearly visible. Read the original story of Apollo 8: The first human space flight to leave earth orbit, and the first to enter the gravitational field of another celestial body — the Moon. And thank you for all the wonderful work you're doing at the Kennedy Library. Image credit: Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center. NASA have released transcripts from the Apollo missions which may be considered as definite proof that the Apollo mission astronauts saw alien objects on the moon. A line projected out from Earth to what's called a sub-satellite point, or the point directly under the spacecraft, would put it over dead center of Australia. Apollo 11 now 46,254 nautical miles [85,662 km] out from Earth. The two craft docked on July 17, 1975, and conducted joint operations for two full days. Another reads "The Apollo Years." 80-mm lens. MATT PORTER: As someone who went to the moon and now people are talking about going back to the moon, or the next stage being-- the next destination being Mars, where do you would like to see the space program headed? The northern part of Earth's crescent. We'd get peoples behind on their schedule, and we'd beat them up a little bit about President Kennedy said this and we're going to do by the end of the decade, and it's coming up soon. Apollo 11 now 17,158 nautical miles [31,777 km] from Earth. If for some reason, CapCom does want to communicate with the crew, he will request clearance from the recovery forces before putting in a call. Namibia is on the right. 50-Year-Old Memories Of Apollo 11 People across the country are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. The Apollo 11 Onboard Audio Tape Database cross references the tape numbers to the Mission Elapsed Time (MET) that was on each tape. Velocity 18,227 feet per second [5,556 m/s]. Man Over Radio says HOUSTON, TRANQUILLITY BASE HERE, THE EAGLE HAS LANDED. Arabia is on the lower right. Commentary: Neil Armstrong reporting the roll and pitch program whitch puts Apollo 11 on a proper heading. The CM altimeter is already calibrated for this standard pressure. North is left. And so it was a nervous kind of an eight-day trip. Then he should rotate the CM to a feet-down attitude. That's scheduled to occur at an elapsed time of 195 hours, 3 minutes, 7 seconds. The requirement here is to slow the CM sufficiently that its speed is below that which would allow a circular orbit. During a 30th anniversary gathering in 1999, the Apollo 11 commander acknowledged that he didn’t hear himself say it either when he listened to the transmission from … Neil throws the Uptelemetry switch to Accept, CM UpTelemetry switch on Panel 2. Audio from this point on is currently missing from the available archive. Now, we see more diverse astronauts, women astronauts, black, Latino, Asian astronauts, astronauts from all over the world. 136. Mid-Course Correction number 7 has been cancelled, and we will add one hour of rest time to the Flight Plan. MICHAEL COLLINS: Going to the moon, seeing the moon up close was marvelous. Crew is still asleep at this time; scheduled to wake up at 189 hours Ground Elapsed Time, some 3½ hours from now. AS11-44-6692 - Earth during approach. Also Donald K. Slayton, Director of Flight Crew Operations, is at that console. Velocity, 10,195 feet per second [3,107 m/s]. Transcript: Apollo 11: For All Mankind | May 11, 1999 A full-screen caption reads "Apollo 11." We advised them of the cancellation of the Mid-Course Correction. The southern African continent is at upper right with the Namibian and Angolan coastline near the limb. Another example of Jim Lovell's teasing humour. Apollo 11. This website replays the Apollo 11 mission as it happened, 51 years ago. North is down. APOLLO 11: 16–24 July 1969. Referring to the calibration of the altimeter in terms of Delta-H is unusual. A Russian Soyuz launched on July 15, 1975, followed by the U.S. Apollo launch on the same day. This is Apollo Control; 186 hours, 28 minutes Ground Elapsed Time. 80-mm lens. Two photographs of the approaching crescent of Earth are taken around now. The B system operates at 259.7 MHz. This permits Mission Control to directly access the 2 Kwords of erasable memory in the computer so that important data relevant to the upcoming entry can be uploaded. AS11-44-6696 - Partial frame of Earth during approach. Drogue chutes deploy; 195:12:04 GET, 11:44:05 CDT. Some 2½ hours away from wake-up time at 189 hours Ground Elapsed Time. Our preliminary data indicates a good cut-off on the S-IVB. This is Apollo Control. JAMIE RICHARDSON: This is Jamie here. At 186 hours, 32 minutes Ground Elapsed Time; this is Apollo Control. MICHAEL COLLINS: Well, thank you. The Apollo 11 spacecraft took three days to reach the lunar orb. During a 30th anniversary gathering in 1999, the Apollo 11 commander acknowledged that he didn’t hear himself say it either when he listened to the transmission from … This is Apollo Control at 190 hours, 56 minutes. Mid-Course Correction number 7 has been cancelled, and as a result we will let the crew sleep until an elapsed time of 190 hours. Photograph taken at approximately 191:53:00. At 193 hours, 40 minutes, Apollo 11's distance from Earth is 13,044 nautical miles [24,157 km]. I'm Matt Porter. The following transcripts apparently come from the Apollo missions 8, 11 and 14 and seem to make some very intriguing reading. In other words, they should be at a heads-down, feet-up attitude as they first meet the sensible atmosphere. 80-mm lens. And how has that benefited all of us? Audio highlights and transcripts of flight days 1-9 on the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. But the thing was kind of put together to be operated by three people most of the time, so we just didn't exactly toss coins for it, but, like, oh, you do this, and I'll do that, and we can let Buzz take care of the other sort of an arrangement. Velocity, 9,947 feet per second [3,032 m/s]. We expect entry velocity at 36,194 feet per second [11,032 m/s]. The Apollo 11 spacecraft took three days to reach the lunar orb. 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