This video shows EVA-1 from the point just after the TV camera failed through to the goodnight calls from Mission Control and PAO announcements overnight to conclude Day 5 of the mission.LRO imagery has been used as an overlay for "mini" Pete and Al to traverse over. LRO gave us a clear indication of where the astronauts went (their footprint trail is clearly visible), where the AlSEP was laid out, rocks collected, photos taken and their visit to Middle Crescent before returning to the LM at the end of the EVA.Using the slides created by Brian, we have been able to piece together the whole of the EVA and I have been able to edit all the pieces together to form an accurate record of what happened during the EVA.As each photo is taken, the photo number will appear on the screen and an arrow will indicate the direction the picture was taken. The original photograph will appear by the side of the slide.Checklists were taken from the cuff checklist and checklist handbook and reworked for ease of viewing. These appear on the left side of the screen periodically and follow the EVA as the astronauts used it to guide them through the tasks they had to complete.Various diagrams and pre mission photos of the equipment used as well as all the ALSEP components are used periodically in appropriate places.Orbiter Space Simulator is used for some of the CSM sequences when Dick Gordon in Yankee Clipper was in contact. I have also used some HD sequences from JAXA which show the lunar surface from orbit and Earth rise/set.DAC footage that was taken from the Lunar Module after the EVA is added as well as all the post EVA pictures Pete and Al took from inside the LM and the pictures taken that day by Dick Gordon from lunar orbit.
Day 7 of the mission continues. The crew make an out of plane burn to take photographs of potential landing sites on the final 4 lunar orbits before Trans Earth Injection (TEI) and a TV broadcast.
Apollo 12 - Day 8 - Trans-Earrh Coast (Full Mission 22)Day 8 of the mission continues. After crew wake up they perform a 5 second RCS mid-course correction to put Yankee Clipper into a more refined entry corridor. After the morning news the crew set the spacecraft with the S-Band Antennas facing the sun to analyse the effects of thermal heating on the array. There are then some P23s to align the platform followed by a water dump and the start of Passive Thermal Control (PTC) spin up. The crew also field more questions about the moonwalks.