Apollo 11 - první člověk na Měsíci 20. července 1969

Apollo 11 - první člověk na Měsíci 20. července 1969

20. července 1969 vystoupil americký astronaut Neil Armstrong a po něm i Edwin Buzz Aldrin na Měsíc v rámci mise Apollo 11.

Uvádíme řadu videí i obrázků vydané ke 40. výročí této významné události na serveru ZDNet.

• NASA digitálně vyčistila videa z přistání na Měsíci (5 videí - iDNES.cz - 17. července 2009)
NASA's lost video of original moonwalk (2 minutes video)
• NASA :Interactive: Apollo 11 Landing Site and Eagle
Photos: The Apollo 11 moon landing
• NASA : Apollo 40th Anniversary - Celebrate Apollo: Exploring the Moon, Discovering Earth
• Photos: Apollo 11's landscapes and moon rocks
• Photos: The other Apollo moon landings

 

NASA digitálně vyčistila videa z přistání na Měsíci

NASA digitálně vyčistila videa z přistání na Měsíci

(5 videí - iDNES.cz - 17. července 2009)
 

 

 NASA's lost video of original moonwalk

NASA's lost video of original moonwalk

A Hollywood post-production house is working to re-create images of astronaut Neil Armstrong's historic walk on the moon. Here is how Lowry Digital is approaching the project.( 2 minutes video)

 


  Photos: The Apollo 11 moon landing
 

Photos: The Apollo 11 moon landing


For millennia, humans could only gaze upon the moon from afar. For all the stories told about it, the moon seemed forever out of reach. Then, in May 1961, in the heat of the geopolitical rivalry between U.S. and the Soviet Union, President John Kennedy declared that we would be going there after all: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to earth."

This photo, from earlier that May, shows Kennedy (center, foreground) watching a television broadcast of a space flight by astronaut Alan Shepard, accompanied by others including Vice President Lyndon Johnson (left, foreground) and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (right).

 

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The big moment has arrived: the lunar module touches down on the moon's Sea of Tranquility at 4:18 p.m. EDT on July 20. "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed."

Armstrong stepped off the LM a little more than six hours later, at 10:56 p.m. EDT, uttering his famous line: "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."


  NASA : Apollo 40th Anniversary - Celebrate Apollo:
Exploring the Moon, Discovering Earth

NASA: Apollo 40th Anniversary - Celebrate Apollo: Exploring the Moon, Discovering Earth

Apollo Anniversary Features

› LRO Images From Lunar Landing Sites
› NASA And Google Launch Virtual Exploration of The Moon
› Restored Videos From Apollo 11 Moonwalk
› Real-Time Replay of Mission Audio (July 16-July 24)
› Newly Released Apollo 11 Spacecraft Audio
› Explore the Apollo 11 Landing Site and Eagle
› Interactive: One Small Step
› Flickr Gallery: Anniversary Events→
› Gallery -- Apollo: Through The Eyes of the Astronauts
› Statement From Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins
› Apollo 11 Feature Story
› Anniversary Events
Google Moon → -- Explore the Apollo landing sites

  Photos: Apollo 11's landscapes and moon rocks

Photos: Apollo 11's landscapes and moon rocks

  Photos: The other Apollo moon landings

Photos: The other Apollo moon landings