What FIRST MAN Didn't Tell You About the MOON LANDING

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Last time we took a look at the movie First Man and judged its historical accuracy, this time, we are discussing the things that the film left out.
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Generation Films
Generation Films Vor 7 Monate
To all those commenting on my pronunciation of the word "Gemini," thanks for your correction. You're right that the word is generally not pronounced the way I said it in the video. That said, I pronounced it the way I did because that's how most employees at NASA pronounced it during the 1960s. You can see this in plenty of old video and news footage on the Gemini Project. In this case, the word is supposed to sound like, "Jiminy" as in "Jiminy Cricket."
Janos Simon
Janos Simon Vor Monat
The latin is the correct, English is crooked way to say it.
daffidavit Vor 3 Monate
During Apollo, most of but not all of NASA people pronounced the word as "Gem en eee" even though it is really pronounced "Gem en eye". Its origin is Latin from Geminus, meaning "twin". Someone made the comment that the German scientists pronounced the word in German as Gem en eee and we adopted the way the Germans pronounced it. Source. Wordbook App for iPhone.
Uncle Joe Stalin
Uncle Joe Stalin Vor 3 Monate
That's cool but what about the 'astronomically' wrong celsius conversion??? I can only assume it was deliberate.
JAFO Vor 5 Monate
+poruatokin - AKA "simplified English".
Jon Dunmore
Jon Dunmore Vor 5 Monate
The methodology is: If you were a PARTICIPANT/ ASTRONAUT/ TECHNICIAN on the actual Gemini Project, you got to pronounce it like "Jiminy" - but ANYONE ELSE (meaning all of us civilians), are meant to pronounce it as in its correct form, which is: "GEM-min-EYE." Doing it any other way is an insult to NASA.
Bob Dillahunty
Bob Dillahunty Vor 11 Tage
1,237 degrees Celsius during the day and -negative 8,456 degrees Celsius at night. Ummmmmm...NO. FFS, LOL!!!!!! Not even CLOSE. That's hotter than the surface of Venus, and that negative number doesn't even fucking exist in Celsius. This isn't just wrong, it's ludicrously, comically wrong.
Herbert Scheubmayr
Herbert Scheubmayr Vor 27 Tage
Brian Arbenz
Brian Arbenz Vor Monat
What happened to all those super-patriotic guardians of the American way of life screaming about the obvious communist plot by the makers of First Man not to show the deploying of Old Glory on the moon? You suppose the fact that the American Flag actually IS shown throughout the movie caused that indignant whine to lose its sway?
camaro Carl
camaro Carl Vor Monat
Crappy movie from a shit director. Watch From the earth to the Moon , The Right Stuff or Apollo 13. First Man sucked.
sabbottart Vor Monat
Aldrin: “Can i get out first?” Armstrong: “Hold my beer”.
Stumbly Bear
Stumbly Bear Vor Monat
How about the historical accuracy of people that didnt even have color cameras somehow being able to livestream perfectly the first attempt to land on the moon thousands of miles away gtfo
u2mister1 Vor Monat
Stumbly Bear What are you talking about. The only 'livestream' was Neil coming down the ladder and walking around with that same camera. Absolutely nothing 'perfect' about quality. All other video was shot separately on film.
Frank P
Frank P Vor Monat
Comb your hair.
Mar Blox
Mar Blox Vor 2 Monate
They actually just pushed the weathered Command Module out of a transport plane. There is no way that cone could have dropped from space that close to the carrier- it had no such equipment to pinpoint the carrier.
Mar Blox
Mar Blox Vor Monat
+WHHFDT Yea, so does my Toyota.
WHHFDT Vor Monat
The command module had a very accurate inertial navigation system that was frequently updated by ground radar tracking and onboard star sighting. It also had a reaction control thruster system and the ability to manuever aerodyamically during reentry.
6 minutes proves you are a dolt. How the F can you screw up the math that bad? Goodbye forever.
James A
James A Vor 2 Monate
Symbolism.... what is the SYMBOLISM there....or am I the only one that cought that.
Muhamed Mulic
Muhamed Mulic Vor 2 Monate
5:07 pride the soviet people pioneers of the cosmos and vostok 1,2,3 and 4
Marzipan 22
Marzipan 22 Vor 2 Monate
Fisher pens FTW
Nancy Elliot
Nancy Elliot Vor 2 Monate
Why did Buzz Aldrin's mother commit suicide a few months b4 Apollo 11? Because Buzz had no integrity: his mother did
steven clark
steven clark Vor 2 Monate
Da rel firs man on spase is da Camera man
john smith
john smith Vor 2 Monate
When Armstrong and Aldrin went to the White House to receive medals Collins dropped them off and circled around in the car outside .
Rodney Holmes
Rodney Holmes Vor 12 Tage
Love this.
J.J.C.S Vor 2 Monate
All your points are addressed in the film - if you bother to listen to the dialogue. FFS!
leosedf Vor 3 Monate
Watch the documentary series Moon Machines here on youtube, one of the best documentaries ever.
Ludicrous Gaming
Ludicrous Gaming Vor 3 Monate
Poor mike collins, Stuck around orbit by himself knowing he would only be known for ORBITING the moon , I feel bad
daffidavit Vor 3 Monate
Buzz was historically correct. If you watched the movie "Forbidden Planet" as soon as the spaceship lands on Altair IV, the security officers walk down the stairs ahead of the Captain to the planet with their rayguns drawn. Then they say, "all clear" and them Cdr. Adams comes out of the ship. But according to the book, "Rocket Men" by Craig Nelson, there was a meeting when all the astronauts discussed some protocols. Buzz just assumed he would be the first person to step out as part of his duty. He said something like, "After I step out of the LM then Neil will come out". Neil Armstrong simply intervened and said, "Buzz, I'll be the first to go out". There was no further argument. Buzz, being a military man understood the chain of command. See Rocket Men by Craig Nelson.
Gary Gagnon
Gary Gagnon Vor 3 Monate
Did they really land on the moon......yep movies don`t lie.
TruthSeekerUK pafc
TruthSeekerUK pafc Vor 3 Monate
This guy is a numpty.
TruthSeekerUK pafc
TruthSeekerUK pafc Vor 3 Monate
So they spent less than 3 hours? I always assumed they were there for a day or two.
mohsin hassan
mohsin hassan Vor 3 Monate
Moon Landing was Successful, but the Movie "First Man" was a Total Failure. The Movie was so Boring, there were so many real incidents if put in the movie could made it more interesting....Thank God i didn't buy cinema ticket
Jorge Calderin
Jorge Calderin Vor 3 Monate
Bruh they never went to the moon
J.G McDonagh
J.G McDonagh Vor 3 Monate
No body has been to the moon. Earth's flat space is fake!
Thomas Vasiloff
Thomas Vasiloff Vor 3 Monate
Had he lived, it may have been Gus Grissom to be the first human being to step on the lunar surface. He was favored by Deke Slayton.
Nx Doyle
Nx Doyle Vor 3 Monate
I didn't survive the first gag.
Dennis Madigan
Dennis Madigan Vor 3 Monate
Space is fake, the moon landing was done in a Hollywood move set and the earth is flat
Hadley Scott McIntyre
Next time send relay sats to orbit the moon
Pallas Ferrante
Pallas Ferrante Vor 4 Monate
How did the Kodak film that took those beautiful famous still pictures survive incredibly hot and cold temperatures on the lunar surface (above boiling, in the sun, and way below freezing, in the shade), not to mention cosmic radiation in an unprotected Hasselblad camera?
Mike Young
Mike Young Vor 4 Monate
Did the film mention that Armstrong took control and landed it when they saw the large rocks in the landing zone while knowing that fuel was very lmited? I'd like to see the film but from reviews it seems that much of the movie is about Armstrong before the landing and the clip I saw was very short of when they were landing and on the moon.
VITA kyo
VITA kyo Vor 4 Monate
We never went on the moon . Stop lying please .
joseph hardwicke
joseph hardwicke Vor 4 Monate
The moon is not real.
cachorro legal
cachorro legal Vor 4 Monate
i loved the film so much
daffidavit Vor 4 Monate
Another factoid about Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, for anybody who cares. According to Craig Nelson in "Rocket Men" (an awesome audiobook), Aldrin had a younger sister and when growing up, Aldrin was called "brother" by his parents after his sister was born. As his little sister was learning to speak, she couldn't pronounce "brother" so she called him "buzzer". From then, the family simply called him "buzzer" and the name stuck. Sometime either in the late 80s or early 90s, I can't remember right now, Edwin Aldrin legally had his name changed to "Buzz Aldrin". I guess when you are one of the first two people from Earth to step on another world, you have to right to get away with almost anything that's legal.
daffidavit Vor 4 Monate
For all of NASA's genius, I can't for the life of me figure out why they didn't bring a modified camera tripod and use it as a flagpole instead of trying to hammer a piece of pipe into a hard surface. According to the outstanding book about the race for space, "Rocket Men" by Craig Nelson, Neil and Buzz had a pretty difficult time trying to hammer the flagpole into the lunar surface. The surface where they landed was almost as hard a marble with very little dust. After banging the bottom half of the flagpole into the surface, it was so unstable they purposefully stayed away from the flag so that their vibrations might not allow the flag to fall. They even put a small pile of lunar dust around the bottom of the pole to help support it. After takeoff, the flag was blown down. As a side note, as Armstrong was standing on the footpad of the LM, he noted that there was very little crater blast from the descent engine. This was because there was very little dust and the surface was made of frozen lava, almost like marble. Also, the descent engine was supposed to have been shut down as soon as one of the three contact sensors touched the surface and caused a blue contact light to shine on the instrument panel. NASA was concerned that the backblast from the rocket exhaust might make the landing engine explode, so they designed contact wires to sense when they were a short distance above the lunar surface to shut down the engine. It's been said that Neil waited a little too long to shut down the engine and thus he made a very soft landing. Because of this, the LEMs hydraulic legs did not fully compress. This allowed the bottom rung of the ladder to remain higher than it should have been. Thus a longer jump to the footpad than expected. On later missions, they landed somewhat harder. I can't remember which mission, maybe Apollo 14 or 15 they made a hard landing. One of the astronauts made mention of the landing saying "boy is we here", or something similar. Which mission was that?
r0b0m1r0 Vor 4 Monate
Symbology. Namyology. Oh man. Can we take anybody serious nowadays? Please. Please. No one answer. Dont need my email or dumbphone blowing up. Peace.
Giovanni Esposito
Giovanni Esposito Vor 4 Monate
Negative 8000 °C !!?? Are you sure you know what are you talking about? Absolute zero is -273 °C, you can't have lower temperature than that.
Joe Ortenzi
Joe Ortenzi Vor 4 Monate
Man, you need a better calculator! 260F = 126.66 C, and -280F = -173.33 C not even Mercury gets as hot as you claim for the moon.
Mike Flevos
Mike Flevos Vor 4 Monate
I've never seen the movie. Did they mention the UFOs that were on the crater wall?
Brian Arbenz
Brian Arbenz Vor 5 Monate
Aldrin did NOT dispute the decision to have Armstrong step on the moon first. The drastic difference between moon and Gemini missions is that with Apollo, both astronauts will be on an EVA at the same time, and will be in gravity. Gemini spacewalks were hazardous because the walkers had trouble controlling their movements.
Kunaal Kunaal
Kunaal Kunaal Vor 5 Monate
Fake all fake
Goktimus Prime
Goktimus Prime Vor 5 Monate
Why does the host flip the audience the bird when he says, "Peace"??? :o
Midi3e Vor 5 Monate
Is there anything correct? You got the temperature completely wrong.
BrushyMtnGolfer Vor 5 Monate
We never went to the moon!
Dylan Hoare
Dylan Hoare Vor 5 Monate
So Americans all ways thought about them self even do it would benefit there grand kids
Dandypanty Vor 5 Monate
I don't like one thing here. The whole "was it worth the cost" question. In no way do I believe it was worth the cost but I most definitely agree that we should have paid up. I think there are a ton of people out there that feel the same way. Should we go? Yes. Is it worth it? Probably not, lets go anyway.
JAFO Vor 5 Monate
Financially, it was more than worth it. The tech that was developed for Apollo later made its way into mainstream use, where it made money hand over fist. Long-term, Apollo paid for itself many times over.
Dandypanty Vor 5 Monate
you didn't say gemini incorrectly.
Dandypanty Vor 5 Monate
+Generation Films exactly. I dont know why folks think you said it wrong. Very good video. I'm a space nerd so this is why I'm here and you pretty well nailed it.
Generation Films
Generation Films Vor 5 Monate
See pinned comment.
Jon Dunmore
Jon Dunmore Vor 5 Monate
1:32 -- Buzz Aldrin is using "symbology" incorrectly, when he means to say "symbolism." Symbology is the study of symbols. Symbolism is how their actions are perceived.
Sven Schumacher
Sven Schumacher Vor 5 Monate
@generation Films Like so many Americans, you did the conversion from imperial Fahrenheit to SI Celsius wrong. The range does not go from 1237°C to -8456°C ... This is not possible, because the coldest temperature in the universe is -273.2°C and aluminium melts at 700°C. In fact, the range is from approx. 130°C to -160°C.
Generation Films
Generation Films Vor 5 Monate
I did the conversion ten more times and each time I got an answer lower than -273.2° C.
ṖauḶee ḂlueṢtreet
Keep dreaming! ..... *_"Like a Puppet on a Stri-iiiiiiiing"_*
Bradley A. Blanchard
I noticed two errors in the film: 1) The tower escape rocket connected to the command module did not obscurer the outward view of Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins just after lift-off. The actual tower assembly contained a protective cover over the conical surface of the command module to mitigate possible damage from gantry debris, bird collisions, or ice impact during lift-off. Only after a "safe" altitude was reached would the tower be jettisoned away from the command module, allowing the astronauts to look outside. 2) Both Armstrong and Aldrin were able to see the moon's surface just prior to pitch-over for the final leg of the lunar decent. The Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) windows were actually pointed away from the lunar surface. From this outward facing position, as the LEM pitched over, the decent stage engine transitioned from pointing at the lunar horizon (slowing the orbital velocity) to pointing downwards toward the surface (slowing the decent rate). Only at the completion of pitch-over would both Armstrong and Aldrin have been able to see the lunar terrain prior to landing. Had they been looking at surface prior to pitch-over, they would have transitioned to looking backward over the lunar landscape they just passed by. From this position the LEM would have had to have been rotated from facing backwards to facing forwards to get the windows pointing in the direction of the final landing site. This risky maneuver about the LEM's roll axis (with respect to the decent engine) could have gotten the guidance system's Inertial Measurement Unit dangerously close to gimbal lock.
chappy0061 Vor 6 Monate
A whole video about what the movie left out and no mention of the revisionist director choosing to pretend they never planted the flag?
guyo68 Vor 6 Monate
This is the second video of yours that I've seen. Interesting content, yet delivery is too loud and frantic, IMHO. Sounds to me almost like you're screaming. Maybe tone it down a little? Thank you.
Jim E
Jim E Vor 6 Monate
To convert from Degrees Fahrenheit to Degrees Celsius use the following formula not what this guy says. C = 5/9(F-32)
Thomas Welsh
Thomas Welsh Vor 6 Monate
"Symbolism" ref Boondock Saints.
vancouveride Vor 6 Monate
"or 1287 and -8456 degrees Celsius respectively" You sure about that?
ShogunOrta Vor 6 Monate
Did they really fly over a huge crater, and almost fall into it, just before touchdown like the movie shows? At least that's what I saw.
MojoRevelation Vor 6 Monate
You might wanna review those temperature extremes
dieselrotor Vor 6 Monate
Oh so much to correct here, too much to actually take the time.
Jason Scerbo
Jason Scerbo Vor 6 Monate
Wht the movie didn't tell u about the first man is tht it never happened lol
David Gifford
David Gifford Vor 6 Monate
60 miles not 6000 feet. Don't you know any astronautic history
David Gifford
David Gifford Vor 6 Monate
Do some basic research, Gemini flew from 1965-66. The LM door opened in such a way that the Command pilot needed to exit first. Armstrong was a civilian, political.You have no understanding of science 101: temperatures I won't go on except you are correct in that First Man tells a specific rather than balanced telling of the manned Moon landing
What is this shit?
Nic Parker
Nic Parker Vor 6 Monate
joe blow
joe blow Vor 6 Monate
hibernia1960 Vor 6 Monate
NASA, just another organization compartmentalized enough to pull off these masonic hoaxes as a satanic ritual to Apollyon and Saturn(satan) worship using saturn 5 rocket.
astrophonix Vor 3 Monate
You twat.
Mark A. Tempesta
Mark A. Tempesta Vor 6 Monate
One Small Step for a Man..whoa..where'd you guys come from !?
Roxanna Mason
Roxanna Mason Vor 6 Monate
No American Flag planting was wrong as was no E-8 camera footage of the Saturn 5/F-1 start up as was no Titan main engine start up footage on the Gemini 8 mission, a bitchy Mrs Armstrong wasn't helpful either. Otherwise an OK movie considering Hollywood lost the right stuff years ago. Apollo 13 film much better except too, no E-8 footage either. The temperature conversion thing of the host was a weird one.
S GS Vor 6 Monate
Wake up sheeple! No one stepped on the moon! Just use some common sense!
yhnbgt365 Vor 6 Monate
I was in college and watched it live on TV. It was the only thing on. There were three channels and they all carried it.
Kevin James
Kevin James Vor 6 Monate
I like the part when they came back from the moon and had a interview they were undecided whether they could see Stars or not 🙄 plus they were not happy to even have an interview 🤔
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
They were there for exploring the surface, not staring into space. They only had 2 hours to do everything. They almost certainly could not see stars (if they had looked for them) because the sunlight levels were about twice that on the earth's surface. That is why there are no surface pictures with stars in, too. In space, they could see stars all the time - they even used them for navigation. The interview? They had been trained as astronauts, not performing seals. They had been shut away from their families for a week before the launch, a week in space and 10 days in quarantine with 14-hour day engineering debriefs. Oh, and they had just been told they were far too valuable to allow to ever fly in space again or even fly in anything smaller than a Boeing 727. And YOU would be a happy bunny being grilled by TV?
MIKE MYERS Vor 6 Monate
Don’t us stupid or sad because we have questions. I’m 54 and believed it for 40 years, you were not there you did get in a spaceship and you didn’t walk on the moon so just because they say so is as stupid as believing the government doesn’t lie. Another thing if we can get there and it’s really something you can walk on by now there should be a base and 100s of little trucks doing all sorts of things. We want it to be true but we have questions. Stop being an asshole as what do you care what we think? Are you nasa's protector? And about the it would cost more to fake it I disagree if like dio sings the moon is just sun at night and you can’t get there or land on a projection I say the cost of faking it is a no brainer. There are mountains of lies we are told daily we just want the lies to stop. Do you think there’s a tesla car flying in space?
Jonathan Fortune
Jonathan Fortune Vor 6 Monate
Good show, thank you!
dontroll onshabbos
dontroll onshabbos Vor 6 Monate
It was a hoax.
Rosemary Griffin
Rosemary Griffin Vor 6 Monate
Have you ever heard of science fiction? Well that's what the moon landings are, all lies and 🐂💩 if they didn't have any fuel left, how did they get back into space and dock with the mother ship 🤔 go on think about it, it's all fake!
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
Rosemary Griffin How did they get back? Ah - they had already thought of that one! They had a small spacecraft on top of the lander to take them back up, but leaving the unwanted bits (with very little fuel) back on the moon. Smart, eh? Any other "proof" you got? Or just a bunch of dim websites?
Tom Tucker
Tom Tucker Vor 6 Monate
Rockets don't work in space!
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
+Tom Tucker Education? You are totally a science fail, ain't ya? Indoctrination is what you get from many DE-vids. Science does EXPERIMENTS - hard to argue with if you have a brain. Hint: Rockets don't push against something, like rowing a boat. They throw very hot gas out the back end to push themselves along. Accelerating that gas to high velocity is where they generate the force. You seem to have got confused on the "Thus no combustion ,no ignition ,no thrust" topic, too. Rockets carry their own fuel, oxidiser and igniter with them. So, those things are a non-problem.
Tom Tucker
Tom Tucker Vor 6 Monate
+Nick James education is your first problem.its mostly indoctrination and causes you not to think.Newtons third law cant work unless you have some forces able to react against something.This cant happen in a vacuum.The first molecules that leave the rocket will not incure any resistance in the vacuum.the following molecules will never catch up to the first.Thus no combustion ,no ignition ,no thrust
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
tom Tucker You should try 'education'. It allows rockets to work in space with no problem and no intellectual conflict. Also, how do you know? Have you ever been to space to check it? Do you know anybody else who has been to space to check it? No? Oh dear - you swallowed a bunch of denier, maybe flat earther, YTs. How sad is that?
Gregory Dodwell
Gregory Dodwell Vor 6 Monate
Didn’t Aldrin use the pen? Buzz also owned up to overloading the computer by keeping the rendezvous radar still pointed at the command module. Also ... might be an idea to work on your Metric conversions too ^_~
64davrecon Vor 6 Monate
It was actually Aldrin who flipped the breaker for the engine arm using his pen.
jim young
jim young Vor 6 Monate
astrophonix Vor 3 Monate
LOL @ you, you dumb deluded sack of shit.
intuitiv.me Vor 6 Monate
All at risk just for the EGO, the US had to seem better than the Soviet Union. Lives didn't matter.
Mozart1220 Vor 6 Monate
Lives mattered, but so does the urge to learn and explore.
Wayne Johnson
Wayne Johnson Vor 6 Monate
I want to know, WHO GIVES A RATS ASS who did what.? I SAY GET A LIFE. Just me.
Jeremy Harris
Jeremy Harris Vor 6 Monate
Sweet jacket bro, what's the brand pls :)
Dennis Vor 6 Monate
My wifes grandfather was a or the geologist who played a role in the choice of landing sites.
les bowes
les bowes Vor 6 Monate
thumbs down for being a smart ass and dissing the metric system :p
715rdmail Vor 6 Monate
Saying only just over 50% of Americans supported the space program is revisionist history. Unlike today polls weren't done every 15 minutes. Any polling data from back in the 60's is suspect. I remember being a young second grader standing at the bus stop and everyone being glued to a transistor radio listening to the Gemini launches, cars stop on the roadside listening as well. Everyone was glued to whatever television they could find to watch the landing and first steps. The worlds largest television audience in history. I remember it well. What a fabulous time to witness history!
ozzyphil74 Vor 2 Monate
+Mike Young that's an equally invalid fallacy... Just because you were young and for it doesn't mean everyone else was... In fact, even if everyone you knew was for the program doesn't make the polls invalid... It was a poll of attitudes in the US, you are not the US
Mike Young
Mike Young Vor 4 Monate
I was 14 at the time and I was for it. Does that help the pointless debate? Most of you weren't there watching and living it so I guess all that you can do now is argue and be contrary and push a stupid poll as somehow representitive of those who experienced it.
John Patz
John Patz Vor 6 Monate
715rdmail you seem to be mixing up supporting and being interested or curious about? I mean people were glued to their tvs and radios on 9/11, but that doesn't mean the supported the terririst actions. Some things, even if you oppose the program, are going to get attention of tons of people, especially if it's the first time something had been done.
715rdmail Vor 6 Monate
+Olasek Well I guess that settles that! Thank you for providing all the facts.
Olasek Vor 6 Monate
yes, public was then fairly equally divided about the Apollo program, it is a fact.
Ricky Ricardo
Ricky Ricardo Vor 6 Monate
NASA has confirmed that man could not go to the moon as they can’t even do it now. They are working on doing it in the future when they have a craft that is equipped with the shielding needed to protect the astronauts from the radiation they would face.
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
Ricky Ricardo. No, NASA said they no longer have the capability to go to the moon. And why should they? They went there and landed 6 times almost 50 years ago. The spacecraft manufacturers scrapped the tools when the program was cancelled, but NASA have the plans. They knew how to do adequate shielding for a short mission like the moon. Today, they don't have ANY human-capable spacecraft at all. Does that mean the Shuttle did not exist? If you are referring to the (heavily edited) denier YT it is talking about TESTING Orion, to make sure space radiation of all sorts does not cause problems. That is still not good enough to go to Mars.
Chris Groves
Chris Groves Vor 6 Monate
This guys facts are so wrong....conspiracy guy! F**k off Do your homework ass. Some facts are accurate but most are very wrong...
dimzay Vor 6 Monate
what's the difference, it all has been staged anyway.
CopperCettle Vor 6 Monate
They should have included them planting of the American flag in the movie.
Seán O'Nilbud
Seán O'Nilbud Vor 6 Monate
Armstrong and Aldrin were both killers. They were also jacked up on Dexedrine.
Nick James
Nick James Vor 6 Monate
Sean O'Nilbud. Killers? You mean they were ex-fighter pilots? Who better to send off on a high-stress mission? " also jacked up on Dexedrine". How did they do that? The records show that no Dexedrine (of 6 x 5mg doses available) was taken and only one combination scopolamine/Dexedrine tablet. This latter was for motion sickness - common soon after going into weightlessness.
Mare Tranquillity
Mare Tranquillity Vor 6 Monate
"Symbology" is not a word, the real word is "symbolism".
felix mendez
felix mendez Vor 6 Monate
Oh, and it left also out that it was all just a hoax, just a smoke and mirrors show. Welcome.
Neil Tipton
Neil Tipton Vor 6 Monate
If you aint first. Your last- Ricky Boobys Dad
ap ko
ap ko Vor 7 Monate
ok the lunar module before touch down it make so much dust you can watch in any Apollo mission and after you cant see any crater or ditches under the lunar module .. search this
Dream Diction
Dream Diction Vor 7 Monate
Just give us the information without trying to 'act'.
Mike kirock
Mike kirock Vor 7 Monate
5:50. WTF American, -8456C is not even REAL. 0 kelvin is absolute ZERO, which = -273C. Don't do techy science reviews if you don't know science.
Bobby Vor 6 Monate
The narrator is a jerk. He pads this video out from 30 seconds to over 11 minutes with his babble talk.
sivvybee Vor 7 Monate
You land that sucker and walk out first Neil.
Scientific Humanist
Scientific Humanist Vor 7 Monate
Geminee but Eyeraq. Oh, those Americans. 😆
James Wewerka
James Wewerka Vor 6 Monate
I pronounce it " ear rock".....)
barry nicholas
barry nicholas Vor 7 Monate
So much bullshit you can cut it with a knife.
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