Apollo's Space Mission - Space Documentary 2019 [HD]

The lunar landing site was the Taurus-Littrow highlands and valley area. This site was picked for Apollo 17 as a location where rocks both older and younger than those previously returned from other Apollo missions, as well as from Luna 16 and 20 missions, might be found.
The mission was the final in a series of three J-type missions planned for the Apollo Program. These J-type missions can be distinguished from previous G- and H-series missions by extended hardware capability, larger scientific payload capacity and by the use of the battery-powered Lunar Roving Vehicle, or LRV.
Scientific objectives of the Apollo 17 mission included, geological surveying and sampling of materials and surface features in a preselected area of the Taurus-Littrow region; deploying and activating surface experiments; and conducting in-flight experiments and photographic tasks during lunar orbit and transearth coast. These objectives included deployed experiments, such as the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package, or ALSEP, with a heat flow experiment; lunar seismic profiling, or LSP; lunar surface gravimeter, or LSG; lunar atmospheric composition experiment, or LACE; and lunar ejecta and meteorites, or LEAM. The mission also included lunar sampling and lunar orbital experiments. Biomedical experiments included the Biostack II experiment and the BIOCORE experiment.
Mission Highlights
At 9:15:29 a.m. GMT Dec. 7, 1972, the command and service module, or CSM, was separated from the S-IVB. Approximately 15 min later, the CSM docked with the lunar module, or LM. After CSM/LM extraction from the S-IVB, the S-IVB was targeted for lunar impact, which occurred Dec. 10, at 8:32:43 p.m. The impact location was approximately 84 nautical miles northwest of the planned target point and the event was recorded by the passive seismic experiments deployed on the Apollos 12, 14, 15 and 16 missions.
Only one of the four planned midcourse corrections was required during translunar coast. A midcourse correction made at 5:03 p.m. Dec. 8, was a 1.6 second service propulsion system burn resulting in a 10 :5 feet second velocity change. Lunar orbit insertion was accomplished at 7:47:23 p.m. Dec. 10, placing the spacecraft into a lunar orbit of 170 by 52.6 nautical miles. Approximately four hours, 20 minutes later, the orbit was reduced to 59 by 15 nautical miles. The spacecraft remained in this low orbit for more than 18 hours, during which time the CSM LM undocking and separation were performed. The CSM circularization maneuver was performed at 6:50:29 p.m. Dec. 11, which placed the CSM into an orbit of 70.3 by 54.3 nautical miles. At 2:35 p.m. Dec. 11, the commander and lunar module pilot entered the LM to prepare for descent to the lunar surface. At 6:55:42 p.m. Dec. 11, the LM was placed into an orbit with a perilune altitude of 6.2 nautical miles. Approximately 47 minutes later, the powered descent to the lunar surface began. Landing occurred at 7:54:57 p.m. Dec. 11, at lunar latitude 20 degrees, 10 minutes north, and longitude 30 degrees 46 minutes east. Apollo 17 was the last lunar landing mission. Three extravehicular activities, or EVAs, lasted a total of 22 hours, four minutes on the lunar surface. EVA No. 1 began at 11:54:49 p.m. Dec. 11, with Eugene Cernan egressing at 12:01 a.m. Dec. 12. The first EVA was seven hours, 12 minutes long and was completed at 7:06:42 a.m. Dec. 12. The second EVA began at 11:28:06 p.m. Dec. 12, and lasted seven hours, 37 minutes, ending at at 7:05:02 a.m. Dec. 13. The final EVA began at 10:25:48 p.m. Dec. 13, and ended at 5:40:56 a.m. Dec. 14.
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  • NASHOLES are living a lie and stealing millions doing it , a disgrace !!

    H MH M4 saatler önce
  • Super Thank you for your valuable documentation

    Karthik ReddyKarthik Reddy3 gün önce
  • Wow all these years and I Apollo 11 was the first to the moon ...

    michoacano15michoacano153 gün önce
    • Ya sure they went to the moon , I suppose you still believe in SANTA !

      H MH M3 saatler önce
  • Troubleshooting of f1 muted. Folks believe me sharing of knowledge will not reduce it but only upgrade. In the end they talked abt that fabulous earth pic and we all are one bt that behaviour shows how selfish america is. It denied india cryogenic engines, so we made our own. But think ones , if we r together , we can multiply knowledge million times. By selfish behaviour we delay the time of future glories. If russia and america worked together they mi8 hav reached moon before 1950s.

    Anurag YadavAnurag Yadav4 gün önce
  • Its nothing difficult if you have true Aspirations

    ashok kumarashok kumar5 gün önce
  • It's so comic they started to read Genesis during approaching the Moon. That was a one huge step away from the Bible actually.

    Arvils ZeipinsArvils Zeipins9 gün önce
  • This was really a astounding mission our today's advanced machines and electronic devices innovated in that era. We all are so thankfull of engineers and designers. Who made it possible to reach on moon and gave the way of advance technology. This is the success of humanity and technology.

    Shubham JadoonShubham Jadoon14 gün önce
  • Reading Genesis on Christmas eve touched my heart. Great work crew.

    Praveen VatambetiPraveen Vatambeti19 gün önce
    • Agreed. Very touching.

      Los CrimefighterLos Crimefighter13 gün önce
  • Why was there no audio from 16:37-17:07? Kind of an important 30 seconds....

    Wacey SeuferWacey Seufer21 gün önce
  • I'm wondering something just out of GP. Should we go to the Moon again, or even Mars, if the Astronauts have to go to the far side of either, of course they'll be the same communication problems. I'm sure the Astronauts enjoyed the peace and quiet since leaving earth, but just out of GP, why not send a way to create Wi-Fi on both? The signal must be amplified more but if we can communicate on the order side of the Earth, then we should be able to do at least the Moon.

  • It's refreshing that we don't have any of the Flat Earth morans and there cousins, the Moon Hoax idiots, around so we can get a good laugh. The other day there was some idiot claiming that the ISS and the Mars Rover didn't exist. His pulls out basic math trying to prove his point. I said great, he knows how to balance his checkbook, but basic 3rd grade math doesn't prove squat. But I thanked him for teaching 3rd grade math. He didn't even have the correct distance between the Earth and the Moon. Then he has the speed of the ISS wrong. Swing and a miss, twice. So his complete total was wrong. Three Strikes, he's out of here, but thanks for playing our game show "Who's a Dumbass".

  • Did they bring back something from the moon?

    Fra CFra CAylar önce
    • @jimmyflyvery interesting thank you jimmyfly

      Fra CFra C22 gün önce
    • Fra C - we can find moon rocks on earth, yes. But the ones found on earth have scorching from going through the atmosphere while the ones from the moon do not. And the ones from the moon are devoid of moisture. Moon rocks also have evidence of being struck by micrometeoroids and have “zap pits” that aren’t found on earth rocks. I also read about gases and isotopes trapped in moon rocks but I don’t know much about that.

      jimmyflyjimmyfly22 gün önce
    • @jimmyfly yes.... Do you know more about those rocks? Can we find the same on earth?

      Fra CFra C22 gün önce
    • Fra C - does 840 pounds of moon rocks count?

      jimmyflyjimmyfly22 gün önce
  • WHAT THE HELL !!! 16:36! narration is muted. Explanation of V2 solution to "combustion instability" solution for the F1 engine. . . ?!!

    ta zience-colvardta zience-colvardAylar önce
  • Great mockumentary!

    Lazar TomasevicLazar TomasevicAylar önce
    • Lazar Tomasevic - what?

      jimmyflyjimmyfly22 gün önce
  • Awesome documentary 3 in the morning right now

    Ziad JoumaaZiad JoumaaAylar önce
  • This will be remembered as the hoax of all time

    chubby roystonchubby roystonAylar önce
    • chubby royston Your brain is the hoax of all time.

      Michael ClentworthMichael Clentworth21 gün önce
    • Only by morons in tinfoil hats;)

      tgstudio85tgstudio85Aylar önce
  • These astronauts are not just space explorers, they are also poets and wordsmiths. They provide us with context and a new perspective in which to view their/our accomplishments.

    Good SoldierGood SoldierAylar önce
  • Apollo eight was just as important as Apollo 11........... '8' got all the bugs worked out.

    Craig WeisCraig WeisAylar önce
  • So fake it's laughable.

    martin breedenmartin breedenAylar önce
    • @martin breeden aulis is a very good scam website. They just list random little disconnected facts and everyone with little to no background knowledge suddenly thinks they are up to something. If you try and base your claims on facts you should give direct links to your source and not a whole website.

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
    • @Keyboard runner Aulis.com is a good place to start. " a funny thing happened on way to moon" shows the fakery also.

      martin breedenmartin breedenAylar önce
    • @martin breeden Every time you need. But please make sure you can provide proof for your claims. And by proof I mean links to sources we both can access.

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
    • @Keyboard runner How much time do you have ?

      martin breedenmartin breedenAylar önce
    • Care to elaborate?

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
  • Poor Jim Lovell. The guy can't catch a break.

    Ed KomasaraEd KomasaraAylar önce
  • Hollywood helped to land on the moon. Do not forget ppl.

    I MI MAylar önce
    • How did they help?

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
  • Where is the narration from 16:36 to 17:06

    Michel CollignonMichel CollignonAylar önce
  • I am here to read the conspiracy comments.

    Winson HuiWinson HuiAylar önce
    • Me too, and damnit, where are they.

      Gh0st c1pherGh0st c1pherAylar önce
  • Very good doco I’ve watched a lot of videos about Saturn engines first time I’ve seen some of these details

    Chris NewmanChris NewmanAylar önce
  • It could have been done for a thousandth of the cost. Put some whacker in a lead container being fed intravenously and with a breathing tube down his throat, in a state of cryogenics, propel him to the lunar surface in a machine with the propulsion equivalent to that of a jet fighter. Wake him up, a side panel opens, he sticks a gloved hand out the side and disturbs the lunar surface. There - he didn't say that he had to dance the watusi, phone home to the White House, or levitatate pencils in zero gravity.

    Jongle WongleJongle WongleAylar önce
  • What about the former avro Canada engineers that bulit and design the avro arrow until cancelled in 1950 thoses Canadian engineers went on to work for NASA in Apollo and Gemini Programs.

    David MDavid MAylar önce
  • trvision.net/detail/video-ZXBiPY8wDT0.html an apt track of music

    cozak23cozak23Aylar önce
  • When men were men, balls of Steel.

    Ara KortAra KortAylar önce
  • AVA🌙🚀

    Brown Human MediaBrown Human MediaAylar önce
  • Loved this documentary. Especially all the details of the previous Apollo missions that made Apollo 11 possible.

    David TierneyDavid TierneyAylar önce
  • Some really great data visualizations on all the Apollo missions: public.tableau.com/profile/christoph.mueller.gattol#!/vizhome/ApolloMoonMissions/1Starthere

    Roger RochefortRoger RochefortAylar önce
  • Armstrong at 42.43

    shubham Ssshubham Ss2 aylar önce
  • Apollyon is the devil

    ric davidric david2 aylar önce
  • In 16:37 it was super secret

    Physics&MathPhysics&Math2 aylar önce
  • Lovell says Apollo 8 was a mini Lewis and Clark. Mini? I think Lewis and Clark was a mini Apollo 8.

    ZacsondyZacsondy2 aylar önce
  • ONE GIANT LIE FOR MANKIND!! F&$K Armstrong and Buzzed Aldrin!!!

    ps10icemanps10iceman2 aylar önce
  • The fact that von Braun was a ardent nazi is almost never brought up

    Paul EskraPaul Eskra2 aylar önce
    • Von Braun didn't put Americans on the Moon, he designed and engineered parts of one piece. He would have been fired and arrested today.

      GodscountryGodscountry2 aylar önce
  • cock nd bal torture

    wihlwihl2 aylar önce
  • What bullshit..,NASA the sham MONEYPIT..LOL.LOL.LOL.LOL.

    bobo jepenybobo jepeny2 aylar önce
  • Awesome

    rahul salgarrahul salgar2 aylar önce
  • Too bad we lost the technology, lol.

    NASACrooksNASACrooks2 aylar önce
    • Too bad you're a mentally ill loser.

      ct92404ct924042 aylar önce
  • wish we all could remember more frequently about how awesome we used to be before Idiocracy took over.

    Gaita PontoGaita Ponto2 aylar önce
  • Shit...The only rocket with that much power is USA made. Saturn V is the most powerful vehicle ever made. And don't kid yourself. Power baby, power.

    R.R.2 aylar önce
  • No audio from 16:38 to 17:06. Thumbs down.

    Mr. KenMr. Ken2 aylar önce
  • They only needed that much fuel because they needed to carry the massive nuts of the 3 men

    TydiggityTydiggity2 aylar önce
  • The Saturn five rocket was the most successful rocket engine ever built and produced there were two versions of them they flew almost without incident the one incident was easily overcome by ground control it was the most powerful engine forwards time and was the most powerful engine open till 2010 and amazing accomplishment was built without computers without calculators

    ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
    • Kajak Kajak that engine you're talking about how to be completely re-designed those engines were purchased not necessarily because it was so great they were purchased so no other country would gain access to them they've had a number of major failures in there now really shy away from using them

      ozzy eMateozzy eMateAylar önce
    • Sure. That's why we now are using the RD-180 based on the NK-33 designed Soviet Union at the same time as the Saturn V.

      Kajak KajakKajak KajakAylar önce
  • The first flight of a liquid-propellant rocket took place on March 16, 1926 at Auburn, Massachusetts, when American professor Dr. Robert H. Goddard launched a vehicle using liquid oxygen and gasoline as propellants.

    ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
  • The English pioneered the first working jet engine and the first liquid propelled rocket

    ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
  • One of the biggest hoax's.

    Post PostPost Post2 aylar önce
    • Post Post people who believe that America never made it to the moon are the same people who believe socialism is preferred over capitalism that the same people who believe the earth is flat to the same people who support the FBI the CIA and the department of justice overthrow a duly elected president that's who these people are

      ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
    • No one takes you conspiracy theorist retards seriously. Go crawl back into whatever hole you came out of.

      ct92404ct924042 aylar önce

    R SinclairR Sinclair2 aylar önce
  • 44:01 giant crater in the Moon?

    Bart BarnettBart Barnett2 aylar önce
  • Without German engineers and scientists, NASA would not have existed in this form. Same with the Russian space program, Everybody should look it up, e.g Project Paperclip,

    S KS K2 aylar önce
    • Sigurd Mjelve i'm not saying you did but there were many people working on rockets solid and liquid fueled in the 1920s in the 1930s

      ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
    • @ozzy eMate I didn't say that WW2 was the first time a rocket was launched, but it was during WW2 that the tech was mature to enough that they realized they could make a rocket powerful enough to break the Earth's gravitational pull. Hence Operation Paperclip.

      Sigurd MjelveSigurd Mjelve2 aylar önce
    • Sigurd Mjelve The first flight of a liquid-propellant rocket took place on March 16, 1926 at Auburn, Massachusetts, when American professor Dr. Robert H. Goddard launched a vehicle using liquid oxygen and gasoline as propellants. English were also the first country that had a working jet engine it's OK to give credit where credit is due but let's not make stuff up

      ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
    • Actually that's only partly correct the German scientist did not believe that a three stage rock it was necessary they also thought it would be too complicated only after the three stage rock it had been approved to determine scientists actually come on board there wasn't much input from German scientist after Apollo 11

      ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
    • Jorgen Ohlson And UK bombed Germany, lol. Who cares?

      Evil PaganEvil Pagan2 aylar önce
  • “Things weren’t politically correct then, we weren’t candy asses” - can we go back to that now? Bc the current state of things is PATHETIC.

    S KS K2 aylar önce
    • Top comment, Sir.

      richards9407richards94072 aylar önce
    • 👨‍⚕️100%🍔 =👨‍⚕️⚖🐕💳🛴= +%_🛣👨‍🎓👩‍🎓

      Elmouhtij BrahimElmouhtij Brahim2 aylar önce
  • Their message was a bible passage? What a slap in the face to the grandure of the universe.

    consciousnick -consciousnick -2 aylar önce
    • Sad that people like you do not see the grandeur of the Creator of the universe...

      rjhinnjrjhinnj25 gün önce
  • Can you imagine a day when the American people will never question what the government says again. I cannot, unfortunately and here’s why. This is what REALLY happened on Apollo 11.. trvision.net/detail/video-qzNSX3ftKiw.html

    The Real Men In BlackThe Real Men In Black2 aylar önce
    • @The Real Men In Black _" I will encourage you to do your own study"_ Don't worry. I'm even studying aerospace engineering right now. _"My research says yes we went to the moon,"_ Well at least you are not denying that. That's good.

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
    • Keyboard runner No I haven’t bought the book but my research expands way further than Mr Tompkins. I’ve learned that most conspiracy theories have a hidden truth to them so you want the truth, it takes countless hours of research. Once you’re done with that research, you must connect the dots while keeping an open mind to anything & everything that you may find. I’m 100% confident that I have the hidden truth behind the moon landing. Most people waist time debating the wrong conspiracy theory of whether or not we even went to the moon. My research says yes we went to the moon, we faked ‘some’ of the video & pictures because we had an idea we might encounter something unbelievable & out of this world on the surface of the moon. I may never be able to convince you so I will encourage you to do your own study

      The Real Men In BlackThe Real Men In BlackAylar önce
    • @The Real Men In Black And now he wants to make money off your gullibility. Nice. Have you already bought his book?

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
    • Keyboard runner I have verified that Tompkins was indeed employed by TRW in 1969. You put 2 & 2 together and you will likely get the truth.

      The Real Men In BlackThe Real Men In BlackAylar önce
    • And which part if this video do you find convincing?

      Keyboard runnerKeyboard runnerAylar önce
  • This could have been a good one to watch and you could have gotten hits and likes. But when you upload a video like this to YT and don't even check to make sure the audio is adequate and stays adequate, it's your loss! You have a LONG mute gap @ 16:36 right when Sonny Morena talks about fixing the combustion instability issue they had in the F1 engine!? Hello? That was one of the most important feats of Saturn V!

    Bruce MerrillBruce Merrill2 aylar önce
    • For those that missed this part i will say that NASA added baffles next to the ejection points of the fuel. That stabalized the engine and stopped the 2000hz vibrations that were caused by the fuel igniting itself and then flaming out. Now you dont have to worry about missing anything :)

      Sumin ShizzlesSumin ShizzlesAylar önce
  • These are the 60's. Even the Stereo was a novelty and the Beatles were recording in 4 tracks machines. But the Nasa landed several times in the Moon, lol. Photography experts, and Physics and common sense and history tell a different story. A President announces a political goal and suddenly the mankind achieves the impossible. Let me tell u, I lived all those lies in Socialism for 35 years. Here's no difference.

    edguitar stanley eisenedguitar stanley eisen2 aylar önce
  • The greatest single song verse in history........... 🎶 Space maybe the final frontier but its made in a Hollywood basement🎶........ Never a truer verse........

    Matt ChanMatt Chan2 aylar önce
    • @Kiss Of Fire Blah blah blah!

      Matt ChanMatt ChanAylar önce
    • @Matt Chan ah shame! You lead such an insignificant little life, you have to go against all the evidence just to prop up your teeny weeny little...intellect, poor thing

      Kiss Of FireKiss Of FireAylar önce
    • @Matt Chan Yep why believe in oceans of evidence and easily repeatable science experiments when you can just believe in your "gut".

      Two EyeTwo Eye2 aylar önce
    • @Two Eye It's so funny some people still believe in lies........ 😂

      Matt ChanMatt Chan2 aylar önce
    • It's so funny that people still don't believe in the moon landing. That is a good song though I'm not going to argue that.

      Two EyeTwo Eye2 aylar önce
  • Hey everybody join "apollo programme" channel on telegram all the historic events of mission and rare photos are their join and learn more about mankind's historical space mission.

    puneet patelpuneet patel2 aylar önce
  • In minute 29:37... the guy behind (with beard) reminds me Stanley Kubrick...

    magonzalvmagonzalv2 aylar önce
  • It is regrettable that they had to cite Genesis on apollo 8. It is the height of irony that something so deeply complex, that pushed the boundaries of science had to be cancelled out by a religious citation. The people who made the effort possible deserved the credit and they should have did something to honour their colleagues...

    Philip BerthiaumePhilip Berthiaume2 aylar önce
  • All NASA missions were and are faked. Wake up people.

    Alain MichaelAlain Michael2 aylar önce
    • God your mothers vagina was used for nothing of any value

      ozzy eMateozzy eMate2 aylar önce
  • Apollo 8 is the craziest thing ever done by human's... there were a lot of "first´s" being achieved. Saturn V was unreal, Apollo 8 was unreal, but these men are even more unreal

    Haraldo NHaraldo N2 aylar önce
  • Is that Leonard Nimoy narrating?

    sjcsibasjcsiba2 aylar önce
  • Anders and Borman are hilarious. When they lost signal at the exact second they were supposed to, and Borman said "I guess we're right on target", and Anders said "they probably turned the radio off", that cracked me up. To be in that situation, and these guys are joking around. These guys must have had a hard time walking, with those big set of balls they were carrying around.

    trf12567trf125672 aylar önce
  • Anyone else think Margaret Hamilton, who developed the software, was kind of sexy for a geek? Nice legs and a cute face.

    trf12567trf125672 aylar önce
    • Meto

      Jorgen OhlsonJorgen Ohlson2 aylar önce
    • Your comment buttresses the too-often-held stereotype that ALL "adult" males are no better than an unaltered canine male who can only percieve ONE thing when he encounters a bitch in heat! If you met Madame Curie, before you BEGAN to understand the implications of her radium discovery, would you HAVE to think about how she is in the sack?? Too bad the world is so full of assholes like you (and the orange turd in the Whitehouse) who cannot look at ANY female without thinking about cranking her.💩

      J. D. Schultz, Sr.J. D. Schultz, Sr.2 aylar önce
    • @Godscountry "I dated some beautiful and smart women, now I brag about on TRvision and argue with 9 year old's about the moon landing"

      Two EyeTwo Eye2 aylar önce
  • I still want to know who's bright idea it was to pressure Apollo 1 up with pure oxygen. Especially when it would never be pressurized like that during space flight. Just proves that rocket scientists don't always have common sense. If they would have used nitrogen it never would have happened. It probably wouldn't happened if they had just used normal breathing air.

    trf12567trf125672 aylar önce
    • @trf12567 You are so full of shit your eyes are brown.

      Maynard G. KrebsMaynard G. Krebs2 aylar önce
    • @Maynard G. Krebs.... That just shows the lack of common sense. Regardless of the material, whether it was velcro or not, you can't have fire without oxygen. Pure oxygen will turn it from a small manageable fire, into an inferno. They should have also known how velcro burned, since they test everything used on the ship, to see how it handles any possible situation and what it's flammability is. At no time, during normal operation in space, would that capsule be pressurized with pure oxygen, because it would burn the astronauts lungs and kill them. So why on earth would they do such a thing for this test? Other than saving time or money, there is no logical reason. They could have used regular breathing air, exactly the way they would pressure it up for flight. I think they were probably cutting corners and using pure oxygen because they had an abundance of it in tanks, which they used as fuel. Instead of using a compressor to get normal atmospheric air up to the required 14psi, they could just turn a valve on the liquid oxygen tank to instantly pressure up to 14psi. Other than that, it just makes no sense.

      trf12567trf125672 aylar önce
    • They never dreamed it would be a problem. An over abundance of Velcro in the capsule ignited and it was like gasoline. Frank Borman, who was on the investigative team, said "We just never imagined it would be a problem."

      Maynard G. KrebsMaynard G. Krebs2 aylar önce
  • Thanks, beautiful video.

    specialized41specialized412 aylar önce
  • when men were men and not afraid to say it and show it

    mike rubinmike rubin2 aylar önce
  • Hey TRvision I would eat f****** dogshit before I eat at McDonald's bring on the earthquake to California and the lightning land of the fagets

    Gerald KnappGerald Knapp2 aylar önce
Apollo's Space Mission - Space Documentary 2019 [HD]