Filmmaker Rod Pyle compiles footage from July of 1969 in commemoration of the mission that put the first bootprints on the moon. The title is taken from President John F. Kennedy's so-called "moon speech" of 12 September 1962.
Early Tracking and Communication Facilities at NASA Goddard
Named for American rocketry pioneer Dr. Robert H. Goddard, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center was established on May 1, 1959, as NASA's first space flight complex. In the 1960s, when this image was taken, Goddard focused on the development of tracking and communication facilities and capabilities for both the scientific satellites and the manned space flight program.
El 20 de julio de 1969, Armstrong y Aldrin, queda Collins en órbita dentro del módulo de comando, cuando descendieron a la superficie lunar dentro del módulo Lunar. Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center