1969 Apollo 11 TV Transmission from halfway to Moon, 33:59 GET (Earth view, pushups, food)

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On 17 July 1969, 1 day 9 hours and 59 minutes after Apollo 11 launched (33:59 GET or mission time, 11:31pm GMT), the crew sent this broadcast from 130,000 miles (209,215 km) away - about halfway to the moon. 1:48 Neil Armstrong describes their view of the Earth from 130,000 miles away. 13:27 Mike Collins and Neil Armstrong inside the Command Module, shot by Buzz Aldrin. 17:58 Buzz Aldrin explains the star charts they are using for navigation. 20:55 Buzz Aldrin does pushups in space. 22:17 Mike Collins demonstrates how they make chicken stew. 24:21 Mike Collins spins a flashlight in zero gravity. 26:40 Mike Collins describes where they sleep onboard the Command Module. Apollo 11 video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoDeylKPVlZswZdnfpsecBFUF-bYwaztg Apollo 11 Technical Air-to-Ground Voice Transmission transcript: https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a11/a11transcript_tec.html Apollo 11 detailed timeline: https://history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm

Comments from Youtube

Dennis Waterman : We are floating through spaceman, man, we’re having toast baby. Moon beckons man.

Kesha from Russia : Yeah, that's what I wanted to see. Thank you!

Dag Rune Ellingsen : Armstrong had really good eyes, or maybe a STAR TELESCOPIC!!!

Hippy trips : WHY ARENT THE CLOUD FORMATIONS MOVING AND ISNT IT SPINNING 1000 MPHS? THEY MUST BE SPINNING WITH IT THAN HAHAHAHA