APOLLO 11 RESTORED
LUNAR EARTH VIEW @ 3:48sec.
"Three Little BIrds" Bob Marley
Pinpoint Landing:There it is! 8:26sec.
APOLLO 17 EVA - 1
Frau Mauro 28 min.
Apollo 14 Astronauts
Rear Admiral Alan B. Shepard Jr.
USAF Col. Stuart Allen "Stu" Roosa
USN Capt. Edgar Dean "Ed" Mitchell
Image taken during water egress
training. Nov 9. 1970
HAZEL FELLOWS SEWS THERMAL MICROMETEROID GARMENT
The lunar astronauts taught each other and the world, and now we share these historic videos with you.
Rare Footage- No Audio
Interesting Explanations of Moonwalk
MOONWALK ONE (1970)
LUNAR BREAK DANCER
QUOTES, FROM THE BEST OF THE BEST
*SCROLL DOWN TO BROWSE THE MOONWALK COLLECTION
WELCOME TO THE MOONWALK PAGE!
SHEPARD'S FIRST MOON STEPS
Apollo Astronauts Give Advice
"Admit your mistakes immediately to prevent harm"
" a space suit is basically a sealed bag of atmosphere.. a stiffened
balloon, pumped up to counteract the vacuum of space...It might
be called a one man space ship of the most possible of dimensions...."
"we have one of the hardest jobs.... if you don't admit it,
well you have to think of the astronaut too."
LUNAR ROVER RUN
" It's been a long way, but we're here." Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr.
First Lunar Footprint
Image Left : Alan Shepard Addresses House of Representatives
Image Right: Addressing House Committee on Science
Click for: Apollo 14 Image Gallery
"Oh I'd love to go in space, I think it would be really thrilling.....
"I'd like to live there.... I'd like to wear our own suit that we make...
I think I could depend on it."
Neil Armstrong Narrates Moon Landing
Bacteria Found on the Moon!
1 hour video
Hidden Figures find safe solutions
Look at that rim!
Put society on a highway, show us all a sign, and in terms of space travel, take it to the limit, for an infinite number of times.
In the Apollo/Mercury Era the Limit was the Moon. Now, "the limit" is a place, to go thru and explore, as a peaceful world together.
SILLY... BUT..... RISKY
Fun Challenge: Click all of the videos around the Eagles Music video and the music video, at the same time. While listening to the jumble, identify which astronaut video says the phrase : "One More Time"
MOONWALKS - APOLLO 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17
Declaration of Policy and Purpose: Section 102 (a). The Congress hereby declares that it is the policy of the United States, that activities in space should be devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all mankind. NASA Space Act 1958.
(Society has now progressed since 1958 and replaces the word "mankind" with "People" or "Humankind" to be consistent with the Preamble to the United States Constitution which states that "all people are created equal".)
Beautiful Color- Rover Run
Jene Cernan-Lunar Bunny
CHARLIE DUKE- DANCE MOVE-THE WORM!
Shepard discusses challenges
A major path to prevent harm and promote discoveries that benefit society when in the world of firsts:
It's a known fact that negative intimidating environments block levels of innovation, curiosity, and discovery that is needed to
benefit society while positive environments enhance all of those qualities to levels that allow people to function easily beyond
what is known at high levels. Therefore, environments full of positives are required to maximize society's progress.
All it takes is one glance to see where positives are missing, and plug them in, to free up and speed up discoveries of Peace
and peaceful space exploration..... Feed them with your dreams...
Three positive thinkers used strategies to advance society with amazing discoveries:
Enjoy this next video and if your ever in the world of firsts, consider using a mix of positive methods from
A Code To Live By- The Peaceful Dreams To Reach For - Teach Your Children Well
*a song to enjoy while browsing below
HONORING HIDDEN FIGURES OF THE SPACEWALK TEAM - THE SPACESUIT MAKERS
Loading Up- Apollo 16
Interesting audio- with footage
APOLLO MOONWALK TRIBUTES
JEAN WRIGHT SEWING THERMAL
BARRIERS IN LANDING GEAR NOSE
Information flow does not have to be slow....share it!
Many are interested in learning more about the peaceful founding principles of the space program. They wish to learn how to function in deep science to benefit society, prevent injuries, find cures for illnesses and diseases, stop poverty, remove class distinctions, and increase quality of life around the world. Enjoy the focus of this video which speaks to why we explore space, and why the knowledge gained must be available for the next generations to continue to use to advance society in ways that prevent harm and protect all living things.
While viewing videos of Astronauts falling in the Moon Dust, it is easy to see why the seamstresses are such heroes, the lunar dust caused severe wheezing when astronauts came into contact with it. The NASA spacesuit maker's level of excellence kept moonwalkers safe.