Filmoteca: Apolo 11.
Podcast: The Heroes Behind the Heroes.
Nota FHT: 'Apollo 11: in real time' es una página web. Aprovechando que permite ser vista enmarcada, la ofrecemos en Videoteca. Para verla directamente, sin marco, haz clic sobre el texto a pie del vídeo.
Para iniciar la experiencia, haz clic sobre el botón 'T-Minus 1M' y, al estar en Videoteca, has de hacer clic sobre el botón central de 'Play' del vídeo de YouTUBE. Nota: si hubieras optado por pasar a la web directamente, la reproducción se iniciará automáticamente.
En cualquier caso, sea en Videoteca o directamente desde la web, selecciona 'Pantalla completa', utiliza auriculares y disfruta de la experiencia multimedia.
This website replays the Apollo 11 mission as it happened, 50 years ago. It consists entirely of historical material, all timed to Ground Elapsed Time, the master mission clock. Footage of Mission Control, film shot by the astronauts, and television broadcasts transmitted from space and the surface of the Moon, have been painstakingly placed to the very moments they were shot during the mission, as has every photograph taken, and every word spoken.
Upon starting the application, select whether to begin one minute before launch, or click "Now" to drop in exactly 50 years ago, to-the-second during the anniversary.
Navigate to any moment of the mission using the time navigator at the top of the screen. The top bar is the entire mission with two bars below it providing magnification. Selecting transcript items, photos, commentary items, or guided tour moments, also jumps the mission time to the moment they occurred.
Main mission audio consists of space-to-ground (left ear), capcom loop (right ear), and on-board recorder (center, when available). Selecting a Mission Control audio channel mutes the main audio, opens the Mission Control audio panel, and plays the "live" audio of that Mission Control position. Change channels by selecting the seats in mission control. Closing the Mission Control audio panel will unmute the main audio and continue mission playback.
These channels of Mission Control audio have only recently been digitized and restored, and are made publicly available here for the first time. They total over 11,000 hours in length.