21 Jul 2016 Another bonus quiz! The Apollo 11 Moonwalk Quiz! by markwgray | posted in: Quizzes | 5 Can you get them all? Welcome to your Moonwalk Quiz Name Email 1. What was the "Gold" Camera? The TV camera, which had to be protected by a special gold coating The ALSCC, a stereo camera for taking closeup shots of lunar soil The 70mm Hasselblad camera, because it was specially made and so expensive A gold miniature left on the lunar surface as a memorialHint1 out of 102. What is the LEC? Lunar Exterior Container, a specialized vial used to collect and bring lunar soil back to Earth Lightweight Equipment Carrier, a frame and bag used to move equipment around on the surface Lunar Excursion Camera, the 70mm Hasselblad camera used for photography on the surface Lunar Equipment Conveyor, something of a "clothesline" to transport equipment to and from the surfaceHint2 out of 103. Who was CAPCOM during the Apollo 11 lunar surface EVA? Bruce McCandless Charlie Duke Fred Haise Jim LovellHint3 out of 104. What company made the lunar surface television camera that was used on Apollo 11? Sony RCA Westinghouse MagnavoxHint4 out of 105. There are many more photos of one Apollo 11 astronaut on the lunar surface than the other. Which astronaut is in more Apollo 11 lunar surface photos? Neil Armstrong Michael Collins Wallace "Suitcase" Jefferson Buzz AldrinHint5 out of 106. What time of day was it in the Eastern US Time Zone when Neil Armstrong took the first step? Around 3am Around 11pm Around Noon Around 4pmHint6 out of 107. How long did the Apollo 11 lunar surface EVA last? Around 2 and a half hours Around 15 minutes About an hour Nearly 6 hoursHint7 out of 108. Where are Neil and Buzz's PLSS backpacks now? Preserved at the Smithsonian National Air And Space Museum Burned up on reentry On the Moon In the Johnson Space Center Visitor's CenterHint8 out of 109. What was the Solar Wind Composition Experiment? A sound device to record the eerie howls of wind on the Moon A collector on the lunar module to protect the astronauts from radiation A sheet of foil to embed particles from the solar wind for analysis A fan in the spacesuit to examine cooling the astronauts via solar powerHint9 out of 1010. Michael Collins largely developed the idea for the Apollo 11 mission patch. Where did the artwork for the Eagle come from? A book of clip art A sketch made by Alan Bean A National Geographic book on birds A detailed drawing by Chesley BonestellHint10 out of 10Please fill in the comment box below. Thank you for taking the Moonwalk Quiz. Please subscribe me to your email list!