Author Topic: Where Can I find undoctored Saturn V launch footage, from launch to stage two?  (Read 645 times)

Offline TeenSpaceNerd

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Everywhere I look it is discovery channel with music and interviews cutting in it.

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The Saturn V DVD set from Spacecraft Films would get you everything you need. Providing they could actually supply it, that is (fair warning there).

http://spacehistory.tv/blog/?product=the-mighty-saturns-saturn-v
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TeenSpaceNerd:  Best I can find is on the Internet Archive.  It's liftoff to just about a few seconds prior to stagging (darn it).

Video only no sound.
Video segment starts at 40:00
Location:  https://archive.org/details/VJSC_1425B
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found another, this time NASA feed with NASA PAO and Capcon communication only.

Segment starts at 56:00

Launch of Apollo 11 (NASA Feed) July 16, 1969
Terminal Countdown Videos
Published on Jul 16, 2014

The video begins shortly after T-56 minutes and ends shortly after LET jettison.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2r3RK0ZYeVg?t=001


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