The tapes run a complete of two hours and 24 minutes and seize moments together with Neil Armstrong declaring, “That is one small step for man, one large leap for mankind.” 


Sotheby’s

Obtained a participant for 2-inch Quadruplex videotapes sitting round? You might view authentic NASA recordings of the Apollo 11 moon touchdown in your lounge.

Sotheby’s is auctioning off three first-generation tapes of the historic landing as a part of its July 20 public sale of area exploration artifacts set to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 touchdown

The tapes run a complete of two hours and 24 minutes and seize moments together with Neil Armstrong declaring, “That is one small step for man, one large leap for mankind.” Additionally on the tapes are the “long-distance telephone name” with President Richard Nixon and the planting of the American flag on the lunar floor. 






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Sotheby’s is asking the videotapes the one surviving first-generation recordings of the historic moon stroll. They’re sharper and extra distinct than the few tapes which have survived from the up to date community TV broadcasts. All these endured some lack of video and audio high quality with every successive transmission from microwave tower to microwave tower. 

Gary George, an engineering scholar and NASA intern, bought the tapes for $217.77 at a authorities surplus public sale in 1976. It is estimated they will promote for a minimum of a $1 million on the Sotheby’s occasion.   

The public sale is already open for public exhibition. Different gadgets on the block embody an authentic flight plan sheet signed by Buzz Aldrin, a pre-flight X-ray of the duvet layer boots from Armstrong’s spacesuit and signed NASA portraits of the Apollo crew

Initially printed July 15, 11:42 a.m. PT.