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.

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