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Feist’s website at ApolloInRealTime.org replays NASA’s Apollo 11 mission as it happened, second by second. The coverage begins 20 hours from the launch, which took place on July 16, 1969, and continues until just after Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins stepped aboard the USS Hornet recovery ship on July 24. It does so using all of, and only the media from the mission — photos, film footage, television broadcasts and more — all synchronized to Ground Elapsed Time, the mission’s master clock. […]
“For any moment in the mission, visitors can open a panel that exposes 50 channels of audio covering every control position in Mission Control and several other communication loops,” described Feist.
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La presentazione dell’autore: Documenting of Geologic Field Activities in Real Time in Four Dimensions: Apollo Temporal Data Management - A Case Study