109:07:18 Armstrong: We're going to try it. And I could not remember, although it seems quite logical, given the mission timer situation, that we would have left one watch inside."] For a while, we ascribed some of the difficulty perhaps to the antenna being stowed. Your LM line-of-sight Comm acquisition with the Tranquility Base is 108 plus 29. 108:21:41 Armstrong: (Static) My antenna's scratching the roof. We accepted the fact that, by being very careful with that connector, we could, in fact, connect and disconnect it satisfactorily. And you look at the glycol secondary. With regard to comm during the EVA, Neil's was excellent but Buzz's tended to be broken, most likely because the sensitivity of the VOX circuitry was not set to its maximum value. (Garbled) Inspect the EMU. Click to load audio in new, pop-up window.
Houston, how do you read Buzz? The data that we're receiving looks good and we are receiving Sync pulses and a black signal on TV. 108:36:07 McCandless: Don't sound like it. (Red Apple and pull-pin?) As I was researching information about Apollo 11’s EVA and walk on the moon, one of my major sources was to read portions of the official transcript of their EVA activities.
This is Houston. 108:41:39 McCandless: Go ahead, Buzz. That was, after all, our major objective and it was a very difficult and risky, complex part of the flight. We tried a lot of various options, and they just weren't universally successful.
We copy, and right toward the end of your transmission after you mentioned "lighted horizon", you trailed off down into the noise level, Neil. 108:53:56 Armstrong: Okay. Now I want to back up and partially close the hatch. The
[Armstrong - "It was easier for me to see the controls and to reach them."]. 108:44:53 McCandless: Roger. Nelson.] Neil's cuff checklist can be seen in NASA photo
"], [Jones - "Didn't Rusty don the backpack on 9? We had had trouble with that connector for 2 years or more. In the event of inadequate flow, a "P" would appear in the window, indicating that Buzz should activate his OPS and open his Purge Valve.] We did that in the lab at the Cape. Robin Wheeler: Transcript corrections Apollo Flight Journal Apollo Lunar Surface Journal Houston Audio Control Room, Johnson Space Center, NASA Internet Archive The crew of Apollo 17. So the comm was operated, and the (hose) connections were made, but the depressurization sequence with the PLSSs on our backs was never completed. I can't remember ever having seen that before. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. 108:01:14 McCandless: Roger. A clear vent window indicates that the flow is adequate. Go for cabin depressurization. (Pause) (You'll) have to lean this way.
But when we looked at the flight units during CCFF (Crew Compartment Fit and Function) on the EMU (Extravehicular Mobility Unit, the suit, backpack, etc. Glycol pump secondary circuit breaker open? The crew of Tranquility Base is currently donning PLSSs. On one of the Apollo 17 hatch openings, the outflow even carried out a lost piece of bread. Okay. (Pause)
Loud and clear. It was one of those things...I had a watch on but I don't think I looked at it. Over.
"], [Jones - "The later crews had cuff checklists set up with timing relative to depressurization. Check my diverter valve's vertical. I don't know that I had any thing like that. Come back up, again, and read them."] 109:07:05 McCandless: Roger. 108:20:27 McCandless: Say again, Neil. Because both Neil and Buzz are right-handed, it was probably Neil, standing on the left side of the cabin, who opened the overhead valve. And that's what Presidents do when they give a State of the Union, and that's what anyone else does. 108:30:19 Collins: I don't know if you guys can read me on VHF, but you sure sound good down there. Journal Contributor Ulli Lotzmann calls attention to the fact that, during training, Neil and Buzz used strap-on checklist cards, as can be seen in NASA photo 69-H-666.]. Houston, this is Neil. (Long Pause)
Part of the problem was that the start of the next line of dialog was originally transcribed as "Okay, I want to go to Dump..." whereas I now believe that "Okay, we want..." is correct.] 108:23:16 Collins: I'm going over to (garbled) I'll pick you up... 108:23:16 Aldrin: ...Diverter Valve to Egress. No PDI plus 12: 102 44 27.00.NOUN 81 plus 01223, minus all balls, plus 01889 01520 plus 00110 02250, burn time 046 000 190, plus 01187, plus all balls, plus 01911. (Long Pause), [Armstrong - "I recall that we thought we could pull it open against a little bit of pressure. "], ["Clearly the public was interested and fascinated by the moment of putting a foot on another planet, whether (or not) you've been there for hours, working over kind of boring procedures, getting ready to go outside. 108:13:57 McCandless: Neil, this is Houston. As seen in this visualization, all of the sites are near the equator on the near side (the side facing the Earth), and all of the landings took place fairly soon after local sunrise, when the lunar surface was cool and the shadows threw the terrain into high relief, making navigation easier. How do you read? And I got ascent pressure light, a PREAMP light, and a ECS light. No one is wearing hair coverings or gloves, but the room is clean, as can be seen in NASA photo S69-38488. Now we should be able to stow these (LM water) hoses. (Long Pause) Got all the material up in the back? 108:22:54 McCandless: Columbia, this is Houston. 107:31:03 McCandless: Go ahead Tranquility Base.
We just have to improve that. Over. "], [Armstrong - "(To stow the hoses out of the way), I would guess (we put them somewhere) in the ECS area."]. 108:10:50 Collins: Houston, Columbia. White has produced what he calls irrefutable evidence that the Apollo photography was faked with his latest “research” he calls a “TIME STUDY”. This is Buzz through Tranquility. I think, once outside, we really didn't have any appreciable comm problems at all. [The astronauts each had an Omega Speedmaster Professional.
We're just waiting for the cabin pressure to bleed so...To blow enough pressure to open the hatch. "], [Aldrin - "It may have even been sewn on, or something. very well and knew every function and how it operated. (Long Pause)
108:11:27 Collins: ...time (is) 107:30:38. [Getting back to the subject of the "Snoopy cap", in the Schulz comic strip, Snoopy often fantasized that he was a World War I flying ace and, while in that fantasy, wore a leather flying helmet. Go ahead. 107:31:09 Armstrong: Okay. 108:12:11 Aldrin: O2 quantity is about 91 (percent). And, on that particular subject: if I had had the role of being the first person to make an utterance, I'm sure that what I would have done, in retrospect, would have been to consult the most competent advisors - on my time - absorbed their advice and have come up with whatever I wanted to do and say, based on that. 108:24:30 Armstrong: That's what the difference... Yeah. (Pause), [Armstrong - "My impression was that it was pretty tight. (Pause)
We'd like you to cycle the fans in cryo(genic) hydrogen tank number 1. My cabin fan 1 (circuit breaker is) open. They want people (that is, astronauts) to do those kinds of activities and that promotes a positive support system for the things that we were trying to do. We had it part of the time, and we didn't part of the time. You would make small deviations just based on what seems appropriate at that time. [Training photo S69-38499 shows Neil working on Buzz's connections during training. 108:24:41 Aldrin: Cabin Gas (Return Valve, Egress). Loud and clear. 108:56:09 Armstrong: Okay. [Neil is checking to see that the back flap on Buzz's LEVA is properly covering his neck ring.] That's fine.
Thank you kindly. We accepted the fact that, by being very careful with that connector, we could, in fact, connect and disconnect it satisfactorily. If so, Neil's speculation that the "water boiler" slowed depressurization is incorrect. We would have at least one working watch to back up the mission timer or to use in place of the mission timer, in case we could not get it going again. "], [Journal Contributor Ulli Lotzmann notes that Neil and Buzz brought their EVA gloves back to Earth. 108:25:54 Armstrong: Let me do that for you. Hold this (possibly Neil's Red Apple and the attached pull-pin). "Retrieve purge valves from (ISA) pocket." It protruded out toward your back and looked as if it might come fairly close to riding on the back of the suit.
I haven't heard anything from him lately, and it's breaking up. Next, they will make sure that they have good comm from both PLSSs and will check to make sure that various sensors and warning flags and tones are operational.] The vent window is clear. ], [Section 4 from the Apollo 9 Mission report contains a full description of the EVA, including training. The mechanism consists of an overcenter latch which locks on the lower rim, draws the two sides together, and holds them secure." 00 02 32 42 CC Apollo 11, Apollo 11, this is Houston. As detailed on page 2-54 in volume 1 of the Apollo 14 EMU Operations Handbook, "A single crewman can attach or detach the LEVA from his helmet without the aid of tools . (Pause) That where you want to be? Pushbutton Light, Reset. If we needed a whole lot more engineers, we'd be paying them a lot more money to get good engineers, it would seem to me. Of course, I've given that subject a lot of thought. Over. "], [The lock lever is a very simple mechanism, with a short latching end and a longer handle pointed toward Buzz's side of the spacecraft. For rotational polarization alignment, it was necessary to grasp the cable insulation because the coupling lock ring was free for unlimited rotation on the connector shell (see figure 16-22). 108:11:43 McCandless: ...plus 00166, minus 00022...
You are coming in loud and clear, and Mike passes on the word that he is receiving you and following your progress with interest. It seemed to take a very long time to get through this sequence of getting the cabin pressure down to the point where we could open the hatch, getting the water turned on in the PLSS, getting the ice cake to form in the sublimator, and getting the water alarm flag to clear so that we could continue. Performing Organization Rept, N. G. Bailey and G. E. Ulrich No. I tweaked the (inertial) platform up on the back side. 108:21:59 Aldrin: They hear everything but that. In addition, easier insertion has been attained with conical tipped contact pins in place of hemispherical tipped pins."].
Evidently, Neil and Buzz overlooked that step on
(Pause) (Garbled). How do you read me? "], [As for Buzz's concern about tugging on the handle, pre-flight tests had indicated that the handle would break before the hatch would deform - at 180 pounds of force versus 240 pounds. My guess is that they focused on the things they had to do..."]
108:08:15 Armstrong: Okay. "], ["I think that the invasion of the press and the media into the innards of what we're trying to do in exploration is good, but it also has to be dealt with appropriately. S69-38889 and in a detail from S69-38898. Nobody writes a checklist to tell you in the morning when you get up all the sequences you go through to put your clothes on, brush your teeth, shave, and all that. Thank you. Roger. 108:12:51 Aldrin: Okay. As indicated on LM Lunar Surface checklist page Sur-27, after removing the boots from their stowage locations, the purge valves were retrieved and stowed in the middle pocket of the Interim Stowage Assembly (ISA). We're hearing a little bit of background noise, and I just wanted to make sure that we weren't continually keyed. One doesn't necessarily agree with where that leads us, but you have to learn to live with it. 108:53:37 Armstrong: Okay. [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "It's about a 50-pin Bendix connector."] ], 109:07:45 Aldrin: No. Over. (Pause)
108:10:58 McCandless: Go ahead, Columbia. 108:16:59 McCandless: Columbia, this is Houston. 108:13:33 Armstrong: It is. Over. He's been over the hill, here, for a minute or so. Over. 108:10:23 Collins: Sounds good. 108:21:23 Armstrong: Okay. And that's, right now (on the day of the briefing), what we're betting. I can hear you trying to transmit; however, your transmission is breaking up. That must have taken at least 10 minutes. I think we both should have had a set of outside cues. (Long Pause). 108:11:32 McCandless: Columbia, this is Houston. 108:13:43 McCandless: Neil. 108:12:05 Aldrin: Okay. (Long Pause) Making sure not to lock it on my way out. [On some flights, the Commander opened the valve and on some flights it was the LMP. ], [Journal Contributor Harald Kucharek notes that page 183 of the Apollo 11 Press Kit contains the following statement under the heading Contamination Control. 108:53:47 Armstrong: Now comes the gymnastics. (Long Pause). We didn't take the checklist and we didn't have a lot of extensive things at all for the outside."] "], [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "This is not because we didn't understand the problem. "], [Aldrin, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "It's just very difficult to get the thing positioned properly so that the three pins on the outside, the three little protuberances, will engage in the ramp so that, when you then twist, it'll cinch in. (Long Pause), [Getting back to the subject of the "Snoopy cap", in the Schulz comic strip, Snoopy often fantasized that he was a World War I flying ace and, while in that fantasy, wore a leather flying helmet. N. G. Bailey and G. E. Ulrich No. 108:22:30 Aldrin: Suit Fan number 1 breaker. "], [Aldrin, from the 1969 Technical Debrief, referring to an early stage in the EVA Prep - "We put the anti-fog (wipe) on (the inside of the clear bubble helmet) as soon as we got the kit out, instead of waiting until a little bit later. 108:13:16 Aldrin: Didn't get a warning tone. A training version of the electrical connector is seen in a side view and a front view photographed by Ulli Lotzmann at the Smithsonian Institution's Garber facility in 2005. [Armstrong - "Seems logical."] 108:55:40 Aldrin: Houston, I'll set my watch at 56. [Training photo S69-38499 shows Neil working on Buzz's connections during training.] 109:06:48 Aldrin: Sure hate to tug on that thing. (Long Pause)
(Long Pause), [Aldrin - (To Neil) "I think we should have brought the boots back and not the LEVAs. Thus the Leitz-monocular used on the Apollo 11 mission was the first telescopic viewing device used on another celestial body.
Over. Reading you loud and clear on the high gain. Dr. Charles Berry reports that heart rates during this EVA period ranged from a low of 90 for both crewmen to a high of about 125 for Buzz Aldrin for2 periods. (Pause) Are you in Auto? 108:55:40 Aldrin: Houston, I'll set my watch at 56. ], [Aldrin - "When we were out on the surface, the only thing we had was whatever you (Neil) had on your wrist. I'll get it. ), it turned out they were still difficult. Houston, this is Tranquility. 108:35:45 Armstrong: Houston, Neil. In emergency - if latch is jammed in locked position - To open hatch pull lanyard to remove lock pin, rotate cam plate out of way of latch and open hatch. Now, there are some good reasons why you might want two airlocks on a vehicle; but if, in front of engineers, I start suggesting a lunar landing craft with two ladders so that the two guys go down together, it's liable to be looked at in a facetious way and the sound engineering will be set aside because of the facetious nature with which someone might interpret what I'm trying to say. "], [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "It's about a 50-pin Bendix connector. Over.
00 02 32 34 CC Roger. 108:27:21 Aldrin: I'll get the other one. 108:27:44 Aldrin: All right. So we unstowed Neil's, and that didn't help immediately. [Aldrin, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "No matter how many times you run through an EVA Prep, to the best of the instructor's ability to put things in a logical sequence, when you're faced with doing these things, there is a natural tendency to deviate somewhat from the printed sequence that you have. (Garbled) the gloves. 108:21:44 McCandless: We copy (that) your antenna (is) scratching the roof. Thomas Schwagmeier has provided a labeled photo detail. The NASA Apollo missions landed at six sites on the Moon between 1969 and 1972. I'm getting static. 108:56:18 Aldrin: Okay. Nobody writes a checklist to tell you in the morning when you get up all the sequences you go through to put your clothes on, brush your teeth, shave, and all that. Both. And, because of that perception, we now have a space station that's being dedicated to science and it is really an engineering necessity. As indicated on LM Lunar Surface checklist page Sur-27, after removing the boots from their stowage locations, the purge valves were retrieved and stowed in the middle pocket of the Interim Stowage Assembly (ISA). (Long Pause)
108:35:45 Armstrong: Houston, Neil. Buzz. A little later, it seemed to help out, but then we got back into about the same problem, so I stowed his antenna. Do you read? 108:07:54 Aldrin: (Garbled) We'll put my (PLSS) antenna up. But it turned out we were wrong. 108:52:47 Aldrin: (To Neil) You're not too loud and clear, but I think it's the same problem. I remember that specifically at that time, because I reflected back on it a little later when I shipped my watch to the Smithsonian and it turned up missing. July 20, 1969:Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot, walking on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity (EVA). ], [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "(The Depressurization sequence) was one that we had never duplicated on the ground. 108:14:53 McCandless: This is Houston. spiral notebook bent slightly over the wrist so that the pages would stay open. 108:21:11 McCandless: Roger. How do you read? The control was not set properly prior to the EVA; and, although it might have been brushed by one of the PLSSs, Ken Glover notes that, at 108:08:30, Buzz appears to have reduced the volume setting. "], [Armstrong - "As I've always said, the highlight for me, personally, was the final descent and landing. 108:41:36 Aldrin: Houston, Buzz here. 108:27:57 Aldrin: Okay. Background: Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Time-line. Over. The two craft docked on July 17, 1975, and conducted joint operations for two full days. Well, the result was, a lot of additional time was used there. 108:27:09 Armstrong: Okay. [Aldrin - "Yeah. 109:14:48 Aldrin: Can't go any further. 108:11:26 Aldrin: All right, RCU PTT to Main. 107:54:11 McCandless: Roger, Tranquility. It appeared to be squared away each time. Previously, they had been looking up in the Mike area, which is a substantial distance away."]. 108:27:26 Armstrong: That's right on your...(over) the middle (of the suit front). 108:17:22 Collins: Thank you. 108:27:55 Armstrong: That's two vertical. (Pause) Okay; we need the helmets. This typically takes 4 minutes.] It's a rather complex operation. Clip courtesy John Stoll, ACR Senior Technician at NASA Johnson. Break, break. Apollo 11 landing sequence, craters, Tranquillity Base, etc.. View of surface: About every kind of rock you could imagine. That sounds pretty good. 108:31:27 Aldrin: Very well, thank you. 108:54:54 McCandless: Neil, this is Houston. 108:14:06 Aldrin: Roger, Houston. LOS is plus 42. Neil is making a joking reference to gunfighters in the American Old West, possibly referring to his own slow response to Buzz.] The crew of Tranquility Base is currently donning PLSSs. For the first Apollo 12 EVA, the same sequence of events took only 8 minutes, primarily because Pete and Al went after the hatch as soon as the cabin pressure was under 0.2 psi. This is A11_T877_HR2L_CH25_09-17-32_16-03-01-2015-09-08Recording.wav This is all channels, they appear to contain the audio from tape A11_T876_HR1L_CH25_17-03-07_01-42-14-2015-09-08Recording.wav [Journal Contributor Ulli Lotzmann notes that, according to an Omega brochure, Neil mentioned leaving his watch in the LM to NASA Historian Alan A. This and the fact that the Apollo Snoopy caps were dark-brown & white may explain why they were named "Snoopy" caps. (Long Pause) Sure wished I'd shaved last night. Contrary to the stowage list the monocular was transferred from the CM to the LM prior to undocking and was used on the moon both before and after the EVA. We had a little bit of difficulty with it there. Your browser does not support the audio element.
But we have both agreed that we were wrong. [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "We shouldn't imply that the EVA preparation checklist wasn't good and adequate. And I could not remember, although it seems quite logical, given the mission timer situation, that we would have left one watch inside. 108:07:30 Armstrong: Fastest VOX in the west. Well, the result was, a lot of additional time was used there. One of the lamps is over Neil's head, hanging from the yellow bar (aka PLSS Upper Mounting Station Pin) used as a pulley mount when operating the Lunar Equipment Conveyor (LEC). But we were able to have adequate comm to enable us to continue. 108:53:49 Aldrin: Oh, I think it'll be a lot easier (than in training) (Pause)
On Apollos 16 and 17, Duke and Cernan, respectively, reached up and back to open the overhead dump valve. [Armstrong - "I guess you must have."] [Long Comm Break with occasional accidental triggers of the microphones.] I'm going to go to...Run my cooling up a little bit. You've got an O and a P. 108:12:11 Aldrin: O2 quantity is about 91 (percent). (Long Pause). (Long Pause)
108:56:19 Armstrong: Water warning.
There it is. We'll have to pull that one out. That top reading coming during the … "The equipment shown in table I as jettisoned equipment will be assembled and bagged to be subsequently left on the lunar surface. We have enabled the one-way MSFN relay that you requested. But we were able to have adequate comm to enable us to continue. 108:30:07 Aldrin: Verify PLSS (comm) mode select in AR. Journal Contributor Markus Mehring notes that the names "Snoopy" and "Charlie Brown" where also used for the Apollo 10 Command Module and Lunar Module, respectively. "], [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "All these items took a little bit of time, a little bit of discussion - which never showed up in any of our EVA Preps on the ground - really accounted for the better part of an hour of additional time. Do you want us to try and give you one at 108:05? 108:54:44 Aldrin: It is. (Long Pause), 108:38:19 Armstrong: Okay.
A training version of the electrical connector is seen in a side view and a front view photographed by Ulli Lotzmann at the Smithsonian Institution's Garber facility in 2005.] Photo of the flown Apollo 11 ISA courtesy Allan Needell, National Air and Space Museum.] Apollo 11 Voice Transcript 1974 Pertaining to the geology of the landing site 6. This is Houston. An operator of vehicles who found myself thrust into the situation of suited spacewalks - or EVAs - on Gemini 12 and Apollo 11. This is Houston. (Chuckling) While I'm on the subject, I'll take a moment or two more and talk about the term "NASA scientist". 108:25:46 Armstrong: Okay. Audio Clip from the Public Affairs loop starting at about 108:53:27. [Aldrin, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "We had problems with this one particular electrical connector, the one that joins the RCU to the PLSS, ever since the first time we'd ever seen it. [Armstrong, from the 1969 Technical Debrief - "We both thought we knew the EMU (Extravehicular Mobility Unit, consisting of the suit, the backpack, the Oxygen Purge System, etc.) Because the cartoons were never intended for commercial publication, Reyes never asked Schultz for permission to use the character. "], [Aldrin - "Well, since we didn't have a checklist that was set up on (elapsed EVA) time, why we didn't get to cement in that kind of a procedure. Apollo-Soyuz Test Project The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project joined two nations in space for the first time in history. But I don't think he went through a lot of this VOX communication period."] Over. (Long Pause), 108:47:08 McCandless: Columbia, this is Houston. 107:54:27 Armstrong: Wilco (meaning "Will comply"). Locked. Later missions had a monocular stowed in the LM. 108:21:50 Armstrong: Do we have a Go for cabin depress? (Pause)
108:56:03 Collins: Houston, Columbia is back on the high gain. Your LM line-of-sight Comm acquisition with the Tranquility Base is 108 plus 29. The valves are behind Buzz but fairly low and it is easiest for Neil to reach across with his right hand.] It took us at least 10 minutes each to mate those connectors. 9.
He is wearing the flight units of the suit and PLSS. May have been just the volume that was way up too high. 108:08:30 Aldrin: Okay. My mis-guess about Apollo (EVAs) was confirmed by another guy who walked on the Moon (an unnamed astronaut but not, obviously, Alan Shepard) and that is that we felt that hitting a golf ball on the Moon was a waste of taxpayers' money and that that was not an appropriate thing to be done on a manned mission. The Reyes Snoopy, who looks a little bit different to the Schultz-Snoopy as can be seen from examples in the Apollo 12
There's no doubt that the single most significant achievement on our flight was our descent to a foreign surface and the ascent to orbit to complete a rendezvous, join up, and come back. It was something that we hadn't learned there, and if it had been there before, somehow it escaped us. 108:08:11 Armstrong: Okay. [Note that, in the following, they get Buzz into his helmet first, as per checklist.] Nominally, in the interest of not breaking it off as they move around inside the LM and crawl through the hatch, they would leave the antenna lying flat until they were outside; but, as here, if comm is poor, the checklist suggests raising the antenna.] Well, in retrospect, it all seemed to work okay, it was just that we weren't used to spending all that time standing around waiting."]. 108:28:35 Aldrin: Lean forward. Yeah. If I can see that. (Garbled) Why don't you bend down and let me stow that (antenna). The astronauts began the planned EVA (Extravehicular Activity), which had them leave the safety of the LM and step on the lunar surface. Thank you. Click to load audio in new, pop-up window. 108:14:24 McCandless: (Making a mis-identification) That's affirmative, Neil. This is Buzz. 108:07:44 Armstrong: Well, we've got antennas down and (garbled) not real good (garbled)
108:09:55 McCandless: Roger, Columbia. 108:35:48 McCandless: Neil, this is Houston. Which would probably say that I should have had it set at something so that it was just not a normal time going around, but going from some specific...It was a lousy watch to have on the surface. 108:06:49 Aldrin: That's got it. Thank you kindly. [Aldrin - "Well, since we didn't have a checklist that was set up on (elapsed EVA) time, why we didn't get to cement in that kind of a procedure. And it turned out it took very little pressure to hold that thing closed to where we couldn't unseat it. Let me get yours. Pre-flight tests indicated that it was all but impossible to exert more than about 100 pounds when opening the hatch in an inflated suit.]. How do you read? Over. Performing Organization Name and Address 10. (Long Pause), 108:07:30 Armstrong: Fastest VOX in the west. 108:25:54 Armstrong: Let me do that for you. Journal Contributor Ulli Lotzmann had discussions with Ernie Reyes in mid-2000 about Snoopy's association with Apollo. Verify EV visor is up and attach to helmet. It was a last minute decision and they're not as publicly appreciated as the boots are. The following mission account makes use of crew members' own words, from books written by two of them, supplemented by space-to-ground and press-conference transcripts. None of the later crews experienced a similar problem.]. [Now that Houston is getting a good signal from the TV, they want to turn it off so that it doesn't overheat in the well-insulated confines of the MESA. 108:09:53 Collins: Houston, Columbia on the high gain. Go ahead with the FM. A counter-weighted suspension device is bearing the weight of the PLSS although, evidently, a cable has come off its pulley. It was your watch, if you wanted to leave it inside. The mass of it was not objectionable. In addition to the TV, the MESA contains the rock boxes and various tools. In the Closed (vertical) position, used outside, all the oxygen goes to the helmet vent. 108:53:49 Aldrin: Oh, I think it'll be a lot easier (than in training) (Pause), [Aldrin - "That's probably why Neil said what he did, and maybe I was too optimistic. (Long Pause) Get a steady tone in the background? Okay? It was much more difficult to operate in suits than we had come to expect in shirtsleeves. 108:31:16 McCandless: Buzz, this is Houston. You would make small deviations just based on what seems appropriate at that time. Both vertical? Yours was more primitive than that? "], ["My concern about how the public is influenced by the media has, of course, been growing. Apollo 11, Apollo 11, this is Houston through ARIA 4. (Pause) Okay. It was something that we hadn't learned there, and if it had been there before, somehow it escaped us. [They are waiting for the caution-and-warning system to sense that the ECS fan and the airflow-driven water separator have stopped operating. (Pause) It's in Egress.
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