Apollo 11 Launch in Very Slow Motion




We take you back to July 16, 1969 and the launch of Apollo 11, which landed humans on the moon for the first time. The footage slows things down, stretching 30 seconds of action to over eight minutes of viewing time. Here’s what it looked like in real time.

via @SteveSilberman


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