Sunday, July 21, 2019

Moonlanding 1969

Reconstruction and montage by dolf pauw

Presenter Henk Terlingen reports about the moon trip of the Apollo 11 from a studio of the NTS in Hilversum. Rudolf Spoor watches from the control room. Many guests are present in the studio. 
The launch is closely monitored add the Simon Stevin public observatory in Oudenbosch. A temporary base has been set up for this in a school, where antennas are set up. With this the radio contact with the Apollo-11 is collected. A farmer watches the moon landing on television while milking a cow. 
A model simulates the moon landing, where a man blows through a pipe to blow up dust. After the landing there is applaud. 
We (The living room was filled with family and neighbors and me), also watched on a Philips black and white TV at home in Dordrecht to this broadcast I was fifteen years old.
LINK Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid

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