Restored Apollo 11 EVA

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lotanerve : If this were done today...NIKE would be all over that space suit.

Yancy Oliveros : "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" 3:30

ZCE305 : There are no words to describe the courage of those 3 astronauts

John O : Have you ever noticed that most of the people who insist the Moon Landings were "faked" -- also tend to be the same people who insist Bigfoot is real.

carella211 : Im such a nerd, im gonna watch all 3 hours of this and enjoy every minute!

Dworshi A : Fun fact: They put up the flag too close to the lander, when they launched the ascend module, the engines exhaust knocked over the flag.

Brandon Bennetzen : Had Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin failed to liftoff from the moon and were stranded on the surface forever. This is what Richard Nixon was prepared to say to the nation: Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace. These brave men, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, know that there is no hope for their recovery. But they also know that there is hope for mankind in their sacrifice. These two men are laying down their lives in mankind’s most noble goal: the search for truth and understanding. They will be mourned by their families and friends; they will be mourned by their nation; they will be mourned by the people of the world; they will be mourned by a Mother Earth that dared send two of her sons into the unknown. In their exploration, they stirred the people of the world to feel as one; in their sacrifice, they bind more tightly the brotherhood of man. In ancient days, men looked at stars and saw their heroes in the constellations. In modern times, we do much the same, but our heroes are epic men of flesh and blood. Others will follow, and surely find their way home. Man’s search will not be denied. But these men were the first, and they will remain the foremost in our hearts. For every human being who looks up at the moon in the nights to come will know that there is some corner of another world that is forever mankind.  After that speech Houston would have ordered Mike Collins to leave his crew mates behind on the moon and return to earth.

Snake's Raven : No matter how many footage, pictures, ... I see of the Moon landings, i still find it amazing and beautiful to watch. Thank you!.

Snoxicle : Why does everybody think this is fake?

Edwin Aldrin J. S. : I was born in july, 1969. My name is Edwin Aldrin J. da Silva.

americaneagle2076 : After 45 years, I STILL, and ALWAYS WILL remember this Great Day!!!!!

Steve Kilpatrick : The level of ignorance in these comments makes me sad... I'm sure some are trolls, but still...

Alexander Brown : Whether intentional or not, your question implies that we haven't been back because we're no longer able to do it now. The primary reason we haven't isn't so much capability but money. NASA's budget is currently about 0.5% of the federal budget. During the height of the Apollo program that figure was about 5%, with the vast majority being funneled directly to Apollo. Throw enough money, national pride, curiosity and anti-Soviet sentiment at a problem and it will get taken care of in a hurry. It was the right time; a perfect storm, so to speak. The goals, among other things, were making sure a human being could survive space travel and then, hopefully, to send a few to the moon. Those were accomplished (and, to be fair, the fruits of that labor continued to serve us well into the future). The problem was that after these were accomplished people began to wonder why we needed to continue funding the same mission over and over again. An expensive mission. Adjusted for inflation, each Apollo landing (not mission, but landing) cost roughly $20B. To put that into perspective, that's more than NASA's entire budget this year alone. A human standing on a surface other than the Earth is a truly amazing feat for not only our country but our species as a whole. But, as amazing as it is, it's also extremely pricey and extremely dangerous. A lot of what we need to do in space can be accomplished at the ISS, and a lot of what we need to know about the moon can be accomplished with a probe. We need a more pragmatic purpose to justify the costs.

Paul Martin : It's very difficult to believe Neil is gone now.  What an amazing guy.

Chris Kingery : It was a soundstage on Mars.

Michael Marlow : The stupidity of the American people never ceases to amaze me. They understand so little there are actually people that believe this didn't happen. It is really rather sad. To sum it up the nice thing about science is it's true if you believe it or not.

F. Matthew Fagan : Thanks for uploading this. Trolls notwithstanding it's sad to read comments from close-minded ignorant people who still believe this was faked. Even though each and every "fact" supporting a fake has been technically and scientifically refuted in each and every way from such sources as NASA, MIT, Popular Mechanics and even TV's Mythbusters!

spearhead787 : Every time i watch it i go right back to the moment in 1969. A six year old kid sitting up open mouthed with mum and dad, well past his bed time. Watching on our 20 inch black and white TV here in England. It was INCREDIBLE .!!!!

Javaris Jamar Javarison-Lamar : Directed by Stanley Kubrick

Sea Wolf : I vote the moon for president!

Timestoppa : Why is it that EVERYWHERE I go on YouTube that is the least bit moon-related, there are hundreds of comments saying "fake!!!"?

MattExzy : It never ceases to amaze me how people still think this was faked - this was one of the most innovative and amazing things humanity has ever undertaken. For people spewing that nonsense, you only show your ignorance, and I genuinely feel sorry for you.

Allen Reinecke : Seems unbelievable that it's been 45 years to the minutes since I watched this live in the middle of the night in the UK.  Considering the technology available, Apollo took risks we couldn't today, beat all the odds and set an example that will be hard to repeat, even with today's advances.  The thousands involved were superb engineers and true heroes of the 20th century.  Thanks for sharing NASA.

EmmaInCandyland : Why do they look to be translucent?

Astrobrant2 : These hoax nuts are the kind of people who would look for the nicest yard in town and go dump all their trash on it.

Barnabas Vorreiter : NASA, Congratulations on your 45th Anniversary of lifting the Human Spirit on a voyage to explore beyond planet Earth's bound and thank you for sharing the footsteps our Astronauts took on Earth's Moon in July 1969.

westie18 : It all happened. It was and is real. It was so fantastic that people don't think it really happened, but it did. People can believe whatever nonsense they want, they can stay rooted in their supersition and paranoia, but the evidence is still up on the Moon, and still on the Earth with pounds and pounds of Moon rocks and dirt, and astronauts who walked on the Moon and looked back at Earth and remember having done so. Maybe non-believers should stop looking at conspiracy videos and books and talk to the people that took the trip, that made the rockets, that made the crafts, the Lunar Modules were made not more than an hour away from me at Grumman in Bethpage, NY! The people that worked on them know what they did, and where they went! Why do people choose to live in stupidity and believe in nonsense?? It's fact, accept it. We went, we saw, we did it all.

zgrillo2004 : EAT IT CONSPIRACY THEORISTS!! This is proof right there that we DID go to the moon!

DataWaveTaGo : If you want to know how this was possible you can still get copies of "Handbook Of Astronautical Engineering" Heinz Hermann Koelle, editor, 1961 LCCC # 61-7305 It's 1,800 pages of great human knowledge from the minds of scientific & engineering giants few people have heard of. I used it in the 1960's to design launch vehicles. One of my favorite books I re-read it from time to time and marvel at the breathtaking brilliance of the many contributors.

dave Jones : they must have spent billions on getting men on the moon & all that technology  , but they skimped on high grade video cameras..wonder why

b000ring : I've been looking for this kind of footage for a loooong time, thank you

westie18 : What I find amusing is how truly silly is the list of "evidence of fakery" that these Moon landing conspiracy nuts usually provide. All of what they say is easily debunked as paranoid assumptions based on lack of scientific and photographic knowledge. 

SpeedBird The Hog Driver : Still for ever the biggest humanity archievement ever!

Alan Redmond : I believe we went to the moon. Neil and Buzz are two of the most amazing human beings who have ever lived. Not a single astronaut has ever said we didn't go to the moon. Several astronauts have talked publicly about aliens and advanced technologies that NASA deny, but no astronaut has ever said we didn't walk on the moon. We've not been back since the early 70's so its understandable why people are questioning if we ever went at all. For me the biggest tragedy is the fact mankind has never explored the solar system further than our own doorstep since Neil and Buzz showed mankind what we are capable of.

Vanderlei Silva Branco : Communication in real time from the moon to the earth? Come on!!!  Is there someone to explain? I would like to have an answer!!! If the moon landing is a fact, congratulations for these heroes!!!

BlackEpyon : "Restored" Apollo 11 EVA? :D can I get a DVD?

Bnio : 20:54 the first laugh on the moon.

Hamza : 3:30 to 3:37 "One small step for man...one giant leap for mankind" :D

NoVah : this is epic

RedhotIta1 : WOW! The best thing that i could wait for! Thanks alot NASA! Thanks for this awesome 45th!

João Freitas : Sorry, but i don't believe!!!

DMNBK : Indescriptible experience ... I just can't imagine what you can feel walking on a another ground than planet earth and see the planet earth so far away in front of you ... Scary and fucking exciting at the same time! Thanks a lot for this superb video!

F.T. Arquer : Congratulations to show the greatness. Thanks to ascend the human species. NASA lit the imagination of billions of people. Created hope and beauty.  

JDMan Art & Concept : Thanks NASA for sharing this historic and very special moment for humanity. <3

Jean Philippe : It's amazing how people seem to believe that NASA actually landed man on the moon. All you need to know is simple science and astronomy to realize that they never went there.

aserta : An amazing achievement from an amazing time in our race when science duped fights and got something better than just a win on a hypothetical chess board. So many things have been discovered in that time for these missions and so many of them continue to affect us even today.

Ricovali : the moon walk was broadcasted with a camera focused on a monitor.which was the reason for the poor video quality of the original.people think it was actually broadcasted that way from the moon.but actually the quality was crystal clear and sharp.unfortunately the original recording was taped over.amazingly no one even considered saving the original footage.and because of this incredible blunder it is lost forever.

Svonkie : They said they put a man on the moon, but NASA so bungled the video of the landing that they claim they indadvertedly "erased and reused" the original footage of what is considered to be the most monumental feat in human history.  And people why trust in government is at an all-time low. 

Jacqueline Mora : Man went to the moon, totally agree, but for example, the ISS is protected by the Electromagnetic field of the earth, do not suffer radiation, how the crew of apollo 11 do it with out this help? Because that can help for Mars mission

Rabastan : The was one brilliant generation of brave humans. I would like us to have at least half of their guts.