Welcome to our Friday quiz! Today we’re going to be looking at general questions about Project Apollo. Good Luck! This quiz will be available, but prize eligibility will end on Sunday at midnight US EDT. This quiz, one prize: (drawn from the high scores): One copy of our “Developing Apollo” DVD set. (If you already have this set I will make a substitution) Since we’re offering prizes we ask … Read More
Welcome to our Friday quiz! This quiz will be available, but prize eligibility will end on Sunday at midnight US EDT. This quiz, one prize: (drawn from the high scores): One $20 credit with Spacecraft Films. Since we’re offering prizes we ask that you take the quiz only once, and that you do NOT use the Google machine to give us your answers. Good Luck!
The late John Lowry was a video pioneer, creating image processing techniques that would leave an everlasting mark on cinema and television. In 1972, John Lowry’s small start-up company, Image Transform, would make a big claim about what it could do to Apollo television transmissions – a claim they would back up. At the time, Jim McDivitt was manager of the Apollo … Read More
Our acclaimed documentary Live From the Moon: The Story of Apollo Television is now available online, through Vimeo’s on demand feature. The program has a runtime of 98 minutes. The program is presented in HD, and has never been seen on television in the United States. (It has appeared in many other countries, Japan, the Middle East, and several others). Live … Read More