For All Mankind

For All MankindFor All Mankind tells the true story of the 24 men who travelled to the moon as the entire US watched in awe.

Sorting through nearly one hundred hours of film and sound recordings recovered from NASA - shot between December 1968 and November 1972, in the heyday of the space programme - director Al Rienart has pieced together a seamless documentary commemorating man's landing on the moon.

The film is a montage of images with voice-over interviews and comments from the participating astronauts of the moon landing. Brian Eno, famous for his ethereal music, provides the score.

For All Mankind presents an exhilarating portrait of an incredible human achievement, and was nominated for the Best Documentary Oscar in 1989.

During the Apollo lunar missions from 1968 to 1972, those onboard were given 16mm cameras and told to film anything and everything they could, in space, in orbit, and on the surface of the moon itself.

Two decades later, filmmaker Al Reinert went into the NASA vaults to create this extraordinary compendium of their journeys and experiences.

Assembled from hundreds of hours of the astronauts' own footage, with a soundtrack made up of their memories and a specially composed score by Brian Eno, the film takes the form of one journey to the moon and back again, building with elegant simplicity and exquisite construction to create an overpowering vision of human endeavour and miraculous experience.

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  1. The ImPoster

    One of my favorite doc's of all time. :-)

  2. peter

    the thing that gets me is the ( name might be wrong )van allen radiation belt how did the lunar astronauts pass through this and how did they take photographs without the speckles of light that are present at the cherynobl disaster! am not a conspiracy nut but analyse what i see and apply common sense please give me something to question my believe
    thanks vlako for a great site! keep up the good work

  3. chickenpants

    t h a n k y o u ! ! !

  4. Marian R.

    @ peter

    The van allen belt would have been deadly only if the astronauts had spent days there, but they passed through in a few hours. That ammout of radiation is harmless.

    While radiation may be higher on the moon than on Earth it certainly isn't as high as it was in the first days of the Chernobyl disaster, at least not most of the time.

    If you go now to Chernobyl and take pictures, even at ground zero, your pictures would pretty clear, I sawplenty of documentaries with footage on site and all of them were very clear.

  5. Benjinator3000

    Vlatko...What would the internet be without you???! If this site didn't exist I would cancel my network provider!

  6. Achems Razor

    I'm on part four, will watch rest later.

  7. Backslider

    Also one of my all-time favorites. This is truly inspiring - imagine what a world wide effort could accomplish.

  8. dannyboy2225

    ,,,,,,wow,,,just like a real cheapo space movie,,,and they had so much reckless fun taking all kinds of unproffesional chances to cause an accidental death even self medicating without knowing what problems taking drugs [imagine that,,, taking drugs 240,000 miles away in a huge vacuum] might cause in an unknown environment,very american and kinda dumb,,,so sure of everything to work like it was supposed 2,,,,justa trashin up the "moon" like it was the earth,,,did they leave their bagged up s**t in the parking lot to?

  9. dannyboy2225

    I really hope this was a hoax,cuz whatever man touches turns to s**t!! i dont have a telescope,,,, can U see their moon jalopy parked up there?or did it get towed away?,,,,40 years ago huh?whatever they did it was a waste of tax $.,,,,,,,Back,and to the left.

  10. ez2b12

    @ dannyboy2225

    Lighten up man, geez. I am all about the environment and man becoming less wasteful and polluting less. But there is no need for such militant stereotypes. Your nickname sounds Irish, would you like for us Americans to poke at you about drinking problems or silly religiouse conflicts that have destroyed your home? Not that I am trying to start a fight here but you seem to be. You can voice your opinion without condenming a whole nation of people for faults they share with a huge part of the world. Americans are not the only wasteful polluters in the world you know, we are just the best known and everyones latest scapegoat.

    As far as the rover that they left, no you can not see it with any amatuer telescope. Maybe with some huge one in a real observatory, I don't know about that. What exact effect does this rover or sh@# in a bag 240,000 miles away in a vacuum have on you or me or the earth in general? None, thats how much. Activism for the sake of activism is just showing off. In the immortal words of Maynard, Life feeds on life, this is necessary. Or to put it in straight forward terms, if you want to make an omelette you have to break a few eggs- Though I do agree the shells should go in the trash we can't get carried away.

  11. ez2b12

    @ dannyboy2225

    By the way you do know that Oliver Stone was just a film maker and took many liberties with his famous JFK film, right? I am not saying you don't know this but you threw in that JFK referrence from his movie as if to say how stupid all of us Americans were to believe that Oswald acted alone. First of all we didn't buy it, or the vast majority of us didn't. Second it is no where near as cut and dry as Mr. Stone wants to make it out to be. Jim Garrison was a reckless man bent on convicting people that he really could not produce evidence against and eventually convicted of coaching a witness. He never made that wonderful speech at the end of Stones movie either, he was a real scum bag in fact.

    Don't assume that pop culture and activism makes the man, you must dig a little deeper than that. Yes Kennedy, rest his soul, was assassinated in a horrible fashion. When he died thousands of oppressed minorities, thousands of hard working laborers, and many many decent people in this country felt something die inside themselves. Life in this country will never be the same, all the magic was traded for fact in the split second it takes a bullet to find its mark. Maybe you should not throw that phrase around and then pretend to be a concerned member of the human race or someone that values decency and stewardship.

  12. Darren Kyme Nicholson

    Thank you so Much!!!!!!! I feel like I'm 9 years old again; and the earth is just a small dot in space.

    One of the best docs I have ever viewed.

    I certainly hope that our flat lander friends of this world willl be able to accept some reality from this film.

    dannyboy2225 ? I watched this happen on tv in 1969 when I was 9. We as the public waited with bated breath as these people put themselves on the line with their endeavors. This was our "Tech" in '69 - & your internet wouldn't be here for you today if they didn't accomplish what they did. Got the drift yet son?

  13. Backslider

    @dannyboy,

    Trashing up the moon? Well, we left a landing module, an American flag and a laser reflector there...

    Waste of taxpayer dollars? I disagree. I would much rather spend trillions of dollars on exploring space, colonizing another floating rock, ensuring the survival of the Human Species, than I would waging war against our fellow Earthlings. Look at the things we waste trillions of dollars on and re-think your statements. This might be the one true great thing Americans ever did.

    When I watch this, I'm filled with pride, hope, a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of being small and insignificant in the grand scheme of things... I don't understand how someone could witness such acts of bravery and have nothing but negative things to say. It's inspiring. Yes, it was perhaps reckless and premature to go to the moon at this time, but I think it filled Americans, and Earthlings in general with a sense of wonder and unity. As the men and women who've left Earth will tell you, once you see it from space you realize that the borders of our states and nations and continents are nothing in comparison with the borders we face in space. We should stop arguing amongst ourselves. =]

  14. Reasons Voice

    I find on most of these threads a common issue. It is in regards to the VanAllen belt and radiation. EZ made a statement about this on the myth buster doc. thread that covered most of the issue. All I can add to his statement is that it all has to do with the type of radiation. I believe that the radiation of the VanAllen belt is of larger particulate value and longer wavelength. It is, by nature, the opposite of Chernoble or Attomic bomb type radiation. Longer wavelength large particulat radiation while more damageing is much easier to shield against.
    What was mentione on this thread was the concept of film exposure speckleing caused by the radiation. That is true that can and does happen (my career depends on it). However the capsule was radiation shielded, Most likely the storage compartment housing the instruments and gear was radiation shielded, and the camera itself was radiation shielded. A tripple redundant radiation shielding agains broad wavelength particle radiation would have been more than sufficient to block the vast majority of incident radiation from contact with the film.

  15. Randy

    @EZ

    Oh "JFK" was a good movie, but really innacurate.

    You are right, Jim Garrison was mostly absent for the actual trial, and he was mostly drunk and a fairly incompetant lawyer...

    BUT, the movie was great! Joe Pesci? Yeah, baby!

    John Candy! Yeah, baby!

    It is much more likely that the Secret Service f^cked up and allowed a sitting American President to be killed... thereby embarassing themselves. Hence the cover-up.

  16. Reasons Voice

    Ok looked deeper into VanAllen radiation values. I found documentation that satelites, which pass through the inner belt which is the more high energy of the belt, Recieve an anual dosage of 2500REM per year. That is with a standard 1/8th inch thick alluminum shielding. The CSM was insulated with a radiation shielding that reduced exposure to .3 RAD per hr at 2" from source. The CSM passed through the belt in less than 3 hours. the total dosage to the astronauts was .16 to 1.14 total Rads. There is much more involved in this and I will post link to the documentation next post.
    Anual exposure to man per year from terestrial radiation sources is on average .1 Rad. So therefore at maximum the appolo astronauts recieve just over 11 years worth of average terestrial dosage during their mission. All of the radiation data from the apollo missions were monitored and reported using dosemetry devices installed in the CSM.

  17. David

    In order to get to the moon the way Nasa described their route/path, it would take a rocket the size of Empire state building... The fuel capacity required to go directly to the moon is simply that enormous. This was stated by Von Braun, the man that basically made the rocket that supposedly acomplished such an astoning feat. Too bad it was all a lie for political supremacy but oh well, that's the way USA worked for years.

  18. Reasons Voice

    So david you are basically saying that Von Braun has stated that they did not go? Please provide source.

  19. Reasons Voice

    Also look into the SR71 blackbird and other extreme altitude jets that are in use today. They fly nearly high enough to break through the earths atmosphere. Check their sizes they are not flying superdomes. The fuel consuption theory has been debunked more often than can be counted. I swear it would save all of us reading time if people like you would just say "the U.S. sucks...just because" and stick your tongues out.

  20. jono

    @RV "the U.S. sucks…just because” and stick your tongues out."

    Made me wet myself, best thing I've read in ages ^^

    @Randy
    "It is much more likely that the Secret Service f^cked up and allowed a sitting American President to be killed… thereby embarassing themselves. Hence the cover-up."

    You wouldn't say that without reason. I have a lot of issues with this one, do you have an angle I am missing, if so tell please.

    Peace

  21. Backslider

    To those citing radiation as a reason we couldn't have possibly visited the moon -

    In the area surrounding Chernobyl in the Ukraine, there are a large number of people that illegally returned to their homes just after the shell was constructed over the reactor. Radiation readings from this area are between 3 and 50 times higher than what is considered safe - and people are still alive there today. Granted, there is a lot of thyroid cancer, birth defects, etc.. but it's proven that people can live in a highly radioactive area for a long period of time.

    There is a tour guide who visits the Chernobyl site multiple times a week, and he gets within 500 feet of blown reactor. The soil, water and plants here are HIGHLY radioactive, and he's still alive and apparently healthy.

    One thing to consider, as Reasons Voice mentioned above, is that the type of isotope has a lot to do with how damaging it is to a cellular structure. Certain isotopes are not as easily absorbed into organic matter and are therefore much safer to be exposed to. I am somewhat of a conspiracy nut, and I've yet to hear something about the moon landings that hasn't been completely and thoroughly debunked by reputable sources.

  22. Randy

    Well, @Jono, it is well documented that the Secret Service spent all night drinking at Ruby's Dallas Texas bar, "Live Evil" a name of a Ronnie James Dio/Black Sabbath album, by the way

    That is not allowed by the Secret Service. You can't drink all night and protect a client!

    They were all hung over... they let many things slip. All of the crazy killing afterwards was simply to cover up their incompetence...

    "Ted! Why did you just kill that guy? What the hell man! Now, I have to put YOU in a trunk... Oh JEEZE..."

    Etc... Just a bunch of incompetence.

    Don't get me wrong! There are many, many super-intellects in the Secret Service... they just fell down that horrible day...

  23. DaveandConfused

    the secret service got drunk? WHO knew just the time to take advantage of that, Randy?

  24. Achems Razor

    @David:

    No, they do not need enormous fuel capacity, once they break free of the Earth gravity, it is coasting, motors off! maintaining the same speed all the way to the moon, all that was already done on another moon doc here on TDF
    Forget which doc. but am not going to repeat myself anymore.

  25. Randy

    @Achems

    Indeed. Laws of intertia.

  26. Randy

    @RV

    The U.S. doesn't suck. Our leadership has sucked for many years, that I grant you.

    But, our Founding Fathers, our Framers of the Constitution of the United States, tried really hard to make a better life for us...

    We done f*cked that up, though.

  27. DaveandConfused

    @Randy
    I fully agree with that comment randy:) I think we did drop the ball. It's a shame for me a live in canada. We didn't have such a good start:(

  28. ez2b12

    @ Randy

    Yes, I loved the movie. I just hate all these young people growing up with the historical inaccuracies protrayed within. I also hate to see someone throw it around as if it holds no weight or is not sugnificant to people. To me JFK's assassanation was a huge factor in the way Americans operate and think about thier government today. Besides, my mom and dad were deeply involved in his campaign and i have been told about him all my life.

    He was a great man and it is a permanent pox on our American culture that he was killed so overtly, and still our government managed to get away with thier incompetence at the least and possibly thier own involvement. JFK is one of my idols and always will be, rest his soul. They even killed his brother, in my opinion it was prbably the same bunch. Anyone that got in the way of the covert immoral actions of our intelligence community at the time, somehow ended up silenced at the least and dead in many cases. Things will never be the same in America, it was the beginning of the fall.

  29. Reasons Voice

    @Randy; I love The States. Will not deny the corruption of government, But the people and the ideal as well as the environment is amazing. Ahh well it is a lonely world for me as an American who has love for his land.

  30. Randy

    Whenever I had testify in court, @RV, I would be sworn in, like you do...

    But they would always bring a bible to me, to swear upion...

    I would turn to the Judge and say... "Listen, do you have a copy of the Constitution of the United States? Because that is the only Holy Book I recognize. If you allow me to swear on that, you know I will always tell the truth! The bible? I couldn't care less about it... I will lie through my teeth swearing on that sh*ts..."

    Etc...

    The sad thing is? Most of our courts do NOT have a copy of the Constitution on hand...

    Owners' manual for the whole country... Why would you need it in a court of law?

    *sigh*

  31. Achems Razor

    @Randy:

    Another classic movie..."The People verses Larry Flint:

    Judge Mantke's clerk...To Larry Flint, Do you swear to tell the truth, and nothing but the truth so help you God?...Larry Flint,"NO!"

    Judge Thomas Alva Mantke, NO??

    Larry Flint, your honour, I'm an atheist. I can't very well, uh, swear to a God I don't believe exists!!

    Bible was disregarded!

  32. Randy

    @Achems

    Yes, sir!

  33. john

    a tribute to a greatest endavour undertaken by the bravest men who ever lived. do you conspiracy nuts really think the russians would have been silent all this time if the moon landings had not occured, i think not. the lunar mapping sattelite in orbit is sending back images of all the apollo landing sites as well as those of the russian luna sites.

  34. JustinLee

    Yes Danny,

    Back and to the left, back and to the left

  35. ez2b12

    Well thats just trolling, so have your fun Justin. You look very informed repeating pop culture fiction. One day something will be close to your heart and someone will make lite of it, remember this sad episode when that happens.

    Now lets get on with the actuall discussion of this documentary, I have yet to watch it all but I will. If it is as good as a lot of you guys have suggested I am sure I will enjoy it.

  36. jono

    Not sure if JustinLee was trolling there, it is probably the single most ironclad evidence ever to be denied by "experts" in the government employ.

    It was actually the very first thing to pop into my mind when JFK was mentioned earlier.

    He was probably the last real President you had, please be aware that this is only my own humble opinion.

  37. esmuziq

    horrible sound damn

  38. ez2b12

    @ Jono

    You said: "He was probably the last real President you had..."

    I could not agree more. you should read the whole thread before commenting. If you had of you would have seen I said the same thing earlier in this thread. I also talked about how shameful it was that the government was at the least incompetent and possibly involved. I get upset because earlier in the thread someone wanted to bash all Americans and did so by throwing this pop culutre fiction, this speach was in the movie but never occurred in reality, in our face- as if to say "Look at the dumb Americans that buy thier governments propaganda." In reality we did not buy this fiction about Oswald acting alone and this assassination is very close to hearts and hurts when someone wants to throw it around to make petty points about some documentary.

    That said, this place has turned into home for American bashing, In fact for criticizing the entire western world lately. All I hear is how evil and conceded the white Europeans are. One guy on another thread is upset because he thinks that Darwin only get credit for coming up with evolution because he is fomr Europe. (LOL) He actually thinks the half monkey half human god of some eastern religion means they came up with evolution first, its just insane. There is plenty of guilt to go around for east and west, no one race, culture, religion, sex is to blame for all the evils in the world or even the majority.

    But I have no right to say you guys can't bash whom ever you want. Maybe one day all this will stop. Until then I will simply refrain from commenting any further on these threads that hold this as thier theme. From what i have seen on here latley that means I will not be posting much at all, but thats fine. The conversations as of late have been repetetive and dumbed down anyway, I'm sure this is just a normal cycle for a site of this kind. I am not upset with you at all Jono, you have a good day.

  39. Johannes_wl

    Wow, totally worth seeing. One of the best documentaries I've ever seen! beautiful, just beautiful!

  40. dannyboy2225

    Hey ez2b12 and backslide... i think the us gov. [the same gov. who manages the illegal heroin/cocaine bus.] used tax dollars to make a bad tv mini series... "88 ez steps to the moon".... the same gov.who could spray agent orange,and still does on its own citizenry, commit genocide,leach the soil dry, so nothing will grow, pollute vast stretches of soil and water, create a global drug empire by making diversionary WAR wherever needed, [o yeh break a few eggs]... didn't bring prima materia back to prima terra.... whatever lies are or are not believed... the masonic trick was accomplished...

  41. Reasons Voice

    Reasons Voice is just blinking vacantly at Dannyboys comment. Wonders when the next agent orange air strike will be. Hopefully it will save me raking all these flippin leaves.

  42. ReligionIsntAllBad

    I think dannyboy2225 took off his tinfoil hat too long, and the Aliens used their ESP on him o_O

  43. Backslider

    Dannyboy, I agree with you on 99% of what you're saying. I do however believe we went to the moon. There are some undeniable facts that can be independently verified to prove as much.

    Look into the Lunar Laser Ranging device, you can also research the MOON ROCKS that we brought back. I won't spell it out for you, if you're really that interested in denying it should be no problem for you to do a little research on your own.

    The US Government is corrupt as hell, but we have made a few trips to the moon. The key to being a respected conspiracy theorist is being able to research and find out what holds clout and what doesn't. The moon conspiracy is repeated by a bunch of quacks and holds no water. It's sad that people cross conspiracy borders so easily once they're interested because it takes away credibility for those conspiracies which are true and deserve the public's attention.

    Think for yourself, question authority.

  44. antogonist

    part 7 6m 40s did the flag move or what? I guess everyone wants to believe that man didnt go to the moon because maybe it means that it was a pointless waiste of time since we havnt been to mars yet or we havnt invented the warp drive yet or something maybe, maybe ppl just dont like being lied too who knows so we look for things which are wrong with what we are told, I cant get over why they dont mention anything about the stars, they only mention the cold blackness of space and I know the explanation for this but its still makes no sense why they dont mention anything about stars however there is a video which would kind of prove that it is possible to go through the van halen belt unless its a fake,however I also have to ask where the stars are in this video since the reason we are given that there is no stars on the moon is because of the brightness of the light reflecting of the surface of the moon. At the same time I'm beginning to believe that maybe ppl did walk on the moon.

  45. antogonist

    I rethink my last statement it is obvious to me that all the footage from man walking on the moon is fake, why would they fake walking on the moon if they really did it? The sun is fake. Look at a link I will put onto the a funny thing happened on the way to the moon

  46. Marian R.

    uh...geez
    We went to the moon and it's final.
    If you think about it it's not even such a big achievement.
    I think this issue is similar to the invention of the A-Bomb in the 40's without computers.The only difference is that Japan is a lot of a heck closer and easier to travel to. If you look through history a lot of implausable things happened, but there they are...

  47. antogonist

    I can't believe how many people do not look at the evidence properly, I think a lot of people think they have to believe it as if the world will end if it's not true, I've noticed believers are very rude to people who dont believe yet they cant explain the evidence provided by NASA, in fact they dont even acknowledge it, it's a lot like christians believing every word of the bible, jesus might be real but the bible isnt 100% true, man might have walked on the moon but no one has seen real footage of it happening and that is what we all really want.

  48. Marian R.

    You have pictures and actual footage. If that is not proof...what is?
    I haven't seen one convincing argument against the moon landings or that hasn't been disproven.

    I've also noticed that biologists are rude to creationists or geologists to flat earthers ....it's really a mistery.

  49. antogonist

    if you wish to live in a world of make belief then thats up to you, the sun in the apollo pictures is not the real sun so how can it be real footage?

  50. Matt Kukowski

    UNBELIEVABLE... I can understand those that think all of this footage is fake. It is UNREAL, ALIEN ... just stupefying (as Richard Dawkins would say)... if you do not cry while watching this... in shear AWE and WONDER of it... then you simply do not understand the scope and beauty of it the Apollo Landing.

  51. LIVEFROMLIMBO

    the doc "Apollo Zero" also found on this amazing site is a great one to watch.

  52. DeeJay Pickles

    i believe the american government its not like they had anything to gain from winning the space race and appearing superior to Russia. and its not like the american government have ever lied they have a squeaky clean track record and would never fake such a thing................................................................................................................................................................................................NOT!

  53. Steve

    Lasers don't need a mirror to reflect from the moon. Those mirrors can also be placed by any probe. If the Hubble telescope can show [cough] planet nurseries why can't we get a clear shot of the moon and all the equipment left behind? Why bother sending any other probes to any planet for that matter. Simply use Hubble to 'get a good shot' If it can see nursuries then it can see rivers and buildings on Mars right?

  54. Steve

    If the Hubble telescope can show [cough] planet nurseries why can't we get a clear shot of the moon and all the equipment left behind? Why bother sending any other probes to any planet for that matter. Simply use Hubble to 'get a good shot' If it can see nursuries then it can see rivers and buildings on Mars right? Ooops, that would mean less money for NASA and maybe the truth getting out. Sorry, I didn't mean to break the fouth wall for anyone of those Easter Bunny and Santa Claus folks.

  55. Guest

    There is a reason people like you hide your true beliefs behind sarcasm, innuendo and ambiguity.

  56. Mark Schad

    We already have pictures of the moon landing site, with clear pictures of the LEM descent stages and the walking trails of the astronauts. The hubble space telescope can't take a picture of the moon because it would be far too bright and damage the instruments. l2science. You lose.

  57. 40390576

    Hubble can't see anything smaller than a football stadium at the distance of the Moon - as 30 seconds of research would have told you.

  58. 40390576

    Hey Mark...
    It's a pretty common idea that Hubble can't image the Moon, but in fact it's been done quite a few times: Google "Hubble Shoots The Moon". Astronomers have to fight for expensive time on Hubble, and the Moon isn't a priority target since (as you say) we have much better images from other sources - HST isn't powerful enough to see objects as small as the Apollo hardware in any case. Besides, we all know that no amount of evidence is going to convice die-hard conspiracy theorists anyway. Not even taking them to the moon and bashing their heads against one of the landers :)

  59. 40390576

    So you're an expert on the operation of lasers at Lunar distances now are you? Even using the efficient reflectors on the Moon, the returned laser signal only amounts to about one photon per second! Again, a few seconds of study might have taught you something.

  60. elidan1900

    NASA should send a camera to the site of the landings and have it send back live footage of the stuff left on the moon. This should be a fraction of the cost it took to send men and equipment. Which they did 6 times... at times two landings in a single year! This will finally settle the matter... unless there is nothing up there but moon rocks. The inability of the Hubble telescope to spot the landing sites sound like excuses. They show these feel good achievement docs, or they do a television special on when we went to the moon... well wouldn't it be even more exhilarating if when they show these "moon landings remembered", they would have current footage of the flag on the moon... They could do it live like they did in 69. But they only show those images from 40 plus years ago. They want us to believe in the "then" not the "now". It doesn't work... I need present day proof.

  61. Dalek Spliff

    and who of the doubters would believe in NASA live footage from the moon?

  62. Anthony Pirtle

    If you won't believe we went to the moon, and that thousands of people conspired to make believe we did, why would you believe pictures Nasa would produce from any unmanned mission today?

  63. Dan Hill

    It's approx 240,000 miles to the moon one way. Is there a record of man traveling more than a thousand miles into space, besides the moon voyages?
    If not... than why?

  64. Dan Hill

    If we traveled 240,000 miles to the moon SIX times! why haven't we gone a fraction of that distance since, (say 2000 miles into space and back)? Why hasn't NASA proved that man can pass through the Van Allen belts by sending men through it? If we are to believe the photos and footage of these moon landings, then we must also understand that colonizing the moon is not impossible; (six landings in less than 5 years, that's almost a landing per year, except for what looks like two landings in one year. What did we have then that we don't have now where we could go to the moon and back in such quick succession? It seems the hoax played out and all we're left with is fairy tales of once upon a time. I think what people really want to see is a present day moon landing (live of course) and not these highly suspect images.

  65. Phillip Watkins

    Wow there are still people that beleave in the moon landing!?! study a little

  66. David Nightingale

    A wonderful historic documentary. The focus is on the language, fashion and music of the time of the Apollo project. Technicians and engineers may find this show disappointing in its lack of detail, while the general viewing audience may find it disappointing in its lack of script, resolution, purpose and plot. The footage is raw, real and life-like in its portrayal of the emotions of three combat-experienced fighter-pilots as they travel for three days in an automatically controlled spacecraft on their historic journey of a quarter of a millions miles on a scientific expedition to collect rocks.
    The documentary makes no claim to being chronographically accurate, as a result, Apollo historians, and sixth grade science students, question the inclusion of footage of Gemini astronauts leaving the capsule without any adequate explanation.

    This documentary has a wide target audience and as a result it fails to capture any one single target group.

    Recommended viewing for an after-event report.

  67. Tristan Quantumsoup

    I'd probably say the same to you. The reflectors positioned on the moon by Armstrong and his team allowed us to measure the true orbit of the moon using lasers - which showed Newton's original gravitational equations to be wrong. I know all the theory behind the fake moon landings and it's certainly interesting, but the government funded scientific endeavours that occured as a result of these findings would make no sense if NASA and the US government had faked it. Considering the amazing breakthroughs that have come as a result of this discovery I find it extremely hard to believe that it was faked.

  68. awful_truth

    Wow, there are still people that don't believe in the moon landing!?! Study a lot, especially how to spell. (believe, not beleave)

  69. Richard Neva

    I won't waste my time watching a hoax. America never made it to the moon. It was all done in a studio somewhere and stupid America believed it. Just goes to show you that you can sell anything to an American!

  70. g j

    the moon is too close to Hubble

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