The restored EVA television, from July 20, 1969.
In celebration of our 15th anniversary on February 1st, we are making the one hour cut of Live From the Moon available for your viewing. It is password protected, you’ll need the password “15YEARS” to see it. Enjoy it, and thank you for your support. The 95 minute Live From the Moon is also available as a DVD and in … Read More
44 years ago, Apollo 17 left the Moon, and so far no human has been back. We watched the lunar liftoff live. This is how…
A favorite… taken from our Saturn V 3-DVD set.
On this day in 1933 Stu Roosa, CMP of Apollo 14, was born. To mark the occasion, here’s the first and second docking attempt of the CSM and LM on the mission.
The missions of Apollo 16 and 17 featured remarkably better television than previous missions, in large part because of a process developed by John Lowry to “clean up” the television in real time. During production of “Live From the Moon” we interviewed John about how the processing came about.