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July 21, 1961
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National Air and Space Museum Archives

Frank McGee for NBC News reports on Project Mercury Public Affairs Office (PAO) loop. MR-4 'Project Mercury-Liberty Bell.' John A. 'Shorty' Powers, Public Affairs Office speaks for most of the rest of the recording. T-1 Minute and counting. T-15 seconds and counting. Count down from 10. Ignition (launch sounds). Trajectory is A-OK. This loo...

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Frank Mcgee for NBC News reports on Project Mercury Public Affairs Office (PAO) loop. MR-4 'Project Mercury-Liberty Bell.' John A. 'Shorty' Powers, Public Affairs Office speaks for most of the rest of the recording. Flyby of Gordon Cooper in a Convair F-106A Delta Dart. The Mercury Spacecraft traveled: Speed (5310 mph), Height (118 miles), Dis...

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Rountree, Helen C., 1944-
Smith, David
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1990 January 30
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1 Sound cassette (Duration: 120 minutes)
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NAA.2005-22
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National Anthropological Archives
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Meghelli, Samir
Anacostia Community Museum
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2016 July 20
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ACMA.03-119
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Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Interview created as part of the research for the Anacostia Community Museum's "A Right to the City" exhibition.

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. Recording begins at T-6 minutes and ends at T-60 seconds. (interruption) Recording Resumes at T-60 seconds until shut down of the S-IVB. (Interruption. Resumes with a brief discussion of batteries. Static. Morning news summary. Interruption. Resumes with with a television transmission from Apollo-11 from ...

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. Bruce McCandles and Fred Haise reading up the morning news to the crew of Apollo-11 (static at 6:30 resumes at 8:30). More Static at 11:00 resumes at 11:30. Transcript pages 217 and 221.

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ApollApollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. At 8:00, description of the Moon from 127 miles. Approximately 87 hours into the flight. Communication check from the Lunar Module, Eagle. 100 hours. Beginning of the separation maneuver prior to the Lunar Module's powered descent. Recording ends with acquisition of signal form Apollo-11. Transcript ...

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. Waiting for voice acquisition from Apollo-11. "The Eagle has wings." The ground reads changes to the computer and Buz Aldrin reads back. Loss of signal and the beginning of powered descent for the Lunar Module at 101 hours. 101:54 reacquisition o? the Command Module. Comments on the number of VIPs in Miss...

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. Recording begins as the Lunar Module descends to 40000 feet during powered descent. Recording fades out at 4:50 and resumes at 5:00. Lunar landing occurs a? 9:06. Recording resumes at 25 minutes into the Lunar surface EVA, Neil Armstrong is on the ladder an? starts the TV camera. Stepping off the LM 15:30...

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Apollo 11 PAO (Public Affairs Office) Loop. Recording begins with finding a purple rock. Unveiling the plaque. Recording resumes at trying modes of locomotion, kangaroo hop. President Nixon's phone call to the astronauts on the moon. Ground updates the optics in the Command Module Columbia. Recording resumes at a report on the EVA consumables. 1:20...

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