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Apollo 8

Mit Apollo 8 gelang der NASA der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und dessen Umrundung - eine wichtige Vorbereitung und. Weihnachten kamen die ersten Menschen beim Mond an, an Bord der Apollo 8. Sie waren die ersten, die unsere Erde als Kugel und die Rückseite des​. Apollo 8 war der zweite bemannte Raumflug des amerikanischen Apollo-​Programms und der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und damit zu.

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Apollo 8 war der zweite bemannte Raumflug des US-amerikanischen Apollo-Programms und der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und damit zu einem anderen Himmelskörper. Die drei Astronauten Frank Borman, William Anders und James "Jim" Lovell waren die. Apollo 8 – Wikipedia. Weihnachten kamen die ersten Menschen beim Mond an, an Bord der Apollo 8. Sie waren die ersten, die unsere Erde als Kugel und die Rückseite des​. Die Astronauten von „Apollo 8“ fotografierten an Weihnachten den Aufgang der Erde - und bescherten der Menschheit ein. Apollo 8 startete von Cape Canaveral (KSC). Die Wasserung vollzog sich km südöstlich von Hawaii im Pazifik. Das Command Module. Apollo 8 war der zweite bemannte Raumflug des amerikanischen Apollo-​Programms und der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und damit zu. Vor genau 50 Jahren, am Dezember , startete der Flug von Apollo 8 Richtung Mond. Die Crewmitglieder waren die ersten Menschen.

Apollo 8

Apollo 8 startete von Cape Canaveral (KSC). Die Wasserung vollzog sich km südöstlich von Hawaii im Pazifik. Das Command Module. Vor genau 50 Jahren, am Dezember , startete der Flug von Apollo 8 Richtung Mond. Die Crewmitglieder waren die ersten Menschen. Apollo 8 war der zweite bemannte Raumflug des US-amerikanischen Apollo-Programms und der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und damit zu einem anderen Himmelskörper. Die drei Astronauten Frank Borman, William Anders und James "Jim" Lovell waren die.

In der folgenden Stunde bis zum Signalverlust des Raumschiffs hinter dem Mond intensivierte sich der Funkverkehr zwischen Apollo und Houston.

Statusmeldungen über Entfernung, Geschwindigkeit und Zustand des Raumschiffs werden ausgetauscht. Die Umlaufbahn war um zwei Grad gegen den Mondäquator geneigt, um alle geplanten Landeplätze späterer Missionen fotografieren zu können.

Die übermittelten Telemetriedaten zeigten, dass das Triebwerk wie geplant vier Minuten und sechseinhalb Sekunden gefeuert hatte. Kommandant Borman richtete das Raumschiff mit der Spitze zum Mond hin aus, um durch die vorderen Fenster des Kommandomoduls eine gute Sicht auf die Mondoberfläche zu haben.

Wie sieht der alte Mond aus 60 Meilen Entfernung aus? The Moon is essentially grey, no color; looks like plaster of Paris or sort of a grayish beach sand.

We can see quite a bit of detail. There's not as much contrast between that and the surrounding craters.

The craters are all rounded off. There's quite a few of them, some of them are newer. Many of them look like — especially the round ones — look like hit by meteorites or projectiles of some sort.

The walls of the crater are terraced, about six or seven different terraces on the way down. Der Mond ist im Wesentlichen grau, keine Farben.

Sieht wie Gips aus oder wie gräulicher Strandsand. Wir können sehr viele Einzelheiten sehen. Das Mare Fecunditatis ist von hier aus nicht so deutlich abgezeichnet wie von der Erde.

Die Krater sind alle abgerundet. Es gibt davon eine ganze Menge, manche sind neueren Datums. Viele von ihnen, besonders die runden, sehen aus, als ob sie von Meteoriten oder sonstigen Projektilen getroffen worden seien.

Langrenus ist ein riesiger Krater. Er hat einen Zentralkegel. Die Wände des Kraters sind abgestuft, etwa sechs oder sieben verschiedene Terrassen auf dem Weg hinunter.

Gleichzeitig begannen Anders und Borman mit der fotografischen Erfassung der Mondoberfläche. Sie setzten mehrere Kameras ein, darunter unter anderem eine Reihenbildkamera, die kontinuierlich die überflogene Mondoberfläche abfotografierte sowie diverse Filmkameras.

Nach dem Abbruch des Funkkontakts bereitete sich die Besatzung dann auf der Rückseite des Mondes auf die dritte Live-Übertragung während des Fluges und die erste von zweien aus der Mondumlaufbahn vor.

Die drei Astronauten beschrieben während der minütigen Übertragung ihre Eindrücke von der Oberfläche und verglichen sie mit Mondkarten.

Zudem wurde mit der Programmierung des Bordcomputers für eine weitere Zündung des Haupttriebwerks begonnen, die den Orbit in eine Kreisbahn abändern sollte.

Im nun kreisförmigen Orbit setzte Anders eine stereoskopische Kamera in Gang, die dreidimensionale Bilder der Oberfläche lieferte. Die Kamera lief während der gesamten dritten Umkreisung des Mondes und fotografierte einen breiten Streifen der Mondoberfläche.

Während sich das Raumschiff zum dritten Mal auf der Rückseite des Mondes befand, schloss Anders die stereografischen Aufnahmen ab.

Look at that picture over there! Wow, is that pretty! Das ist nicht vorgesehen. Während der folgenden zwei Umkreisungen des Mondes widmete sich die Besatzung weiter der fotografischen und kartografischen Erfassung des Mondes.

Borman selbst blieb wach, um die Position des Raumschiffs zu steuern; Lovell und Anders schickte er mit nachdrücklicher Stimme schlafen.

Right now! No, get to bed! Go to bed! Hurry up! Nein, geh ins Bett! Beeil dich! Ich scherze nicht, geh ins Bett! In den folgenden zwei Umrundungen ruhten sich Anders und Lovell in ihren Schlafsäcken im unteren Teil des Kommandomoduls aus, während Borman an der Steuerung blieb.

Als sich das Raumschiff zum achten Mal auf der Rückseite des Mondes befand, begann die Besatzung mit den Vorbereitungen für die vierte Fernsehübertragung, die gegen Ostküstenzeit beginnen sollte.

Die Besatzung hatte die Kamera und das Raumschiff in Flugrichtung ausgerichtet und übertrug das Bild der langsam über dem Mondhorizont aufgehenden Erde.

Eine Minute später wechselte das Bild und zeigte die karge Mondoberfläche, die langsam unter dem Raumschiff vorbeizog. Kommandant Frank Borman schilderte seine Eindrücke:.

Bill Anders, Jim Lovell, and myself have spent the day before Christmas up here doing experiments, taking pictures, and firing our spacecraft engines to maneuver around.

The Moon is a different thing to each one of us. Jim what have you thought most about? Wir haben die Kamera umgeschaltet. Zuerst haben wir Ihnen ein Bild der Erde gezeigt, wie wir es die letzten 16 Stunden gesehen haben.

Jetzt schalten wir um, so dass wir Ihnen den Mond zeigen können, über den wir in einer Höhe von 60 Meilen seit 16 Stunden fliegen. Bill Anders, Jim Lovell und ich haben den heiligen Abend hier oben damit verbracht, Experimente durchzuführen, Fotos zu machen und das Raumschiff mit den Triebwerken in Position zu halten.

Wir werden jetzt weiter unseren Kurs fortsetzen wie schon den ganzen Tag und Sie mitnehmen zu einem Sonnenuntergang auf dem Mond.

Der Mond bedeutet für jeden von uns etwas anderes. Ich denke, jeder von uns wird von dem, was er heute gesehen hat, seinen eigenen Eindruck mitnehmen.

Es sieht aus wie Wolken über Wolken von Bimsstein. Und auf jeden Fall erscheint es als Platz zum Leben oder Arbeiten nicht sehr einladend.

Jim, worüber hast du am meisten nachgedacht? The vast loneliness up here of the Moon is awe inspiring, and it makes you realize just what you have back there on Earth.

The Earth from here is a grand oasis in the big vastness of space. Von hier aus gesehen ist die Erde eine grandiose Oase in der weiten Wüste des Weltalls.

Sie insbesondere bringen die nackte, rohe Natur der Landschaft hervor und die langen Schatten zeichnen deutlich das Relief der Landschaft, das jetzt gerade in der Helligkeit der Oberfläche kaum zu erkennen ist.

In the beginning, God created the Heaven and the Earth. And the Earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And God saw the light, that it was good, and God divided the light from the darkness.

Und die Erde war wüst und leer, und es war finster auf der Tiefe. Und es ward Licht. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

And let it divide the waters from the waters. And it was so. And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

Da ward aus Abend und Morgen der erste Tag. The Moon is essentially grey, no color; looks like plaster of Paris or sort of a grayish beach sand.

We can see quite a bit of detail. The Sea of Fertility doesn't stand out as well here as it does back on Earth.

There's not as much contrast between that and the surrounding craters. The craters are all rounded off. There's quite a few of them, some of them are newer.

Many of them look like—especially the round ones—look like hit by meteorites or projectiles of some sort.

Langrenus is quite a huge crater; it's got a central cone to it. The walls of the crater are terraced, about six or seven different terraces on the way down.

Lovell continued to describe the terrain they were passing over. A film camera had been set up in one of the spacecraft windows to record one frame per second of the Moon below.

Bill Anders spent much of the next 20 hours taking as many photographs as possible of targets of interest. Throughout the hour that the spacecraft was in contact with Earth, Borman kept asking how the data for the SPS looked.

He wanted to make sure that the engine was working and could be used to return early to the Earth if necessary.

As they reappeared for their second pass in front of the Moon, the crew set up equipment to broadcast a view of the lunar surface. Anders described the craters that they were passing over.

Throughout the next two orbits, the crew continued to check the spacecraft and to observe and photograph the Moon. During the third pass, Borman read a small prayer for his church.

He had been scheduled to participate in a service at St. A fellow parishioner and engineer at Mission Control, Rod Rose, suggested that Borman read the prayer, which could be recorded and then replayed during the service.

When the spacecraft came out from behind the Moon for its fourth pass across the front, the crew witnessed an "Earthrise" in person for the first time in human history.

Anders asked Lovell for color film and then took Earthrise , a now famous color photo, later picked by Life magazine as one of its hundred photos of the century.

Due to the synchronous rotation of the Moon about the Earth, Earthrise is not generally visible from the lunar surface.

This is because, as seen from any one place on the Moon's surface, Earth remains in approximately the same position in the lunar sky, either above or below the horizon.

Earthrise is generally visible only while orbiting the Moon, and at selected surface locations near the Moon's limb , where libration carries the Earth slightly above and below the lunar horizon.

Anders continued to take photographs while Lovell assumed control of the spacecraft so that Borman could rest. Despite the difficulty resting in the cramped and noisy spacecraft, Borman was able to sleep for two orbits, awakening periodically to ask questions about their status.

Borman awoke fully, however, when he started to hear his fellow crew members make mistakes. They were beginning to not understand questions and had to ask for the answers to be repeated.

Borman realized that everyone was extremely tired from not having a good night's sleep in over three days. He ordered Anders and Lovell to get some sleep and that the rest of the flight plan regarding observing the Moon be scrubbed.

Anders initially protested, saying that he was fine, but Borman would not be swayed. Anders finally agreed under the condition that Borman would set up the camera to continue to take automatic pictures of the Moon.

Borman also remembered that there was a second television broadcast planned, and with so many people expected to be watching, he wanted the crew to be alert.

For the next two orbits, Anders and Lovell slept while Borman sat at the helm. As they rounded the Moon for the ninth time, the astronauts began the second television transmission.

Borman introduced the crew, followed by each man giving his impression of the lunar surface and what it was like to be orbiting the Moon.

Borman described it as being "a vast, lonely, forbidding expanse of nothing". Each man on board read a section from the Biblical creation story from the Book of Genesis.

Borman finished the broadcast by wishing a Merry Christmas to everyone on Earth. His message appeared to sum up the feelings that all three crewmen had from their vantage point in lunar orbit.

The TEI was the most critical burn of the flight, as any failure of the SPS to ignite would strand the crew in lunar orbit, with little hope of escape.

As with the previous burn, the crew had to perform the maneuver above the far side of the Moon, out of contact with Earth. The spacecraft telemetry was reacquired as it re-emerged from behind the Moon at 89 hours, 28 minutes, and 39 seconds, the exact time calculated.

Later, Lovell used some otherwise idle time to do some navigational sightings, maneuvering the module to view various stars by using the computer keyboard.

However, he accidentally erased some of the computer's memory, which caused the inertial measurement unit IMU to contain data indicating that the module was in the same relative orientation it had been in before lift-off; the IMU then fired the thrusters to "correct" the module's attitude.

Once the crew realized why the computer had changed the module's attitude, they realized that they would have to reenter data to tell the computer the module's actual orientation.

It took Lovell ten minutes to figure out the right numbers, using the thrusters to get the stars Rigel and Sirius aligned, [80] and another 15 minutes to enter the corrected data into the computer.

The cruise back to Earth was mostly a time for the crew to relax and monitor the spacecraft. As long as the trajectory specialists had calculated everything correctly, the spacecraft would reenter Earth's atmosphere two-and-a-half days after TEI and splash down in the Pacific.

On Christmas afternoon, the crew made their fifth television broadcast. When they finished broadcasting, they found a small present from Slayton in the food locker: a real turkey dinner with stuffing, in the same kind of pack given to the troops in Vietnam.

Another Slayton surprise was a gift of three miniature bottles of brandy , which Borman ordered the crew to leave alone until after they landed.

They remained unopened, even years after the flight. The next day, at about hours into the mission, the sixth and final TV transmission showed the mission's best video images of the Earth, during a four-minute broadcast.

The computer would control the reentry, and all the crew had to do was put the spacecraft in the correct attitude, with the blunt end forward.

In the event of computer failure, Borman was ready to take over. Separation from the service module prepared the command module for reentry by exposing the heat shield and shedding unneeded mass.

The service module would burn up in the atmosphere as planned. At 30, feet 9. As they were buffeted by a foot 3.

Forty-five minutes later, the crew was safe on the flight deck of the Yorktown. Apollo 8 came at the end of , a year that had seen much upheaval in the United States and most of the world.

You saved One of the most famous aspects of the flight was the Earthrise picture that the crew took as they came around for their fourth orbit of the Moon.

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins said, "Eight's momentous historic significance was foremost"; [96] while space historian Robert K.

There were 1, journalists covering the mission, with the BBC 's coverage broadcast in 54 countries in 15 different languages. The Soviet newspaper Pravda featured a quote from Boris Nikolaevich Petrov, Chairman of the Soviet Interkosmos program, who described the flight as an "outstanding achievement of American space sciences and technology".

O'Hair wanted the courts to ban American astronauts—who were all government employees—from public prayer in space. The stamp featured a detail of the famous photograph of the Earthrise over the Moon taken by Anders on Christmas Eve, and the words, "In the beginning God In January , the spacecraft was delivered to Osaka , Japan, for display in the U.

Apollo 8's historic mission has been depicted and referred to in several forms, both documentary and fiction.

Parts of the mission are dramatized in the miniseries From the Earth to the Moon episode " ". The choral music piece Earthrise by Luke Byrne commemorates the mission.

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Un'ultima correzione di rotta la seconda resasi necessaria delle quattro potenzialmente previste precedette la LOI esattamente 61 ore dopo il lancio, a circa In quel momento, finalmente poterono vedere la Luna, tuttavia all'accensione per la LOI-1 mancavano solo due minuti, quindi l'equipaggio ebbe poco tempo per apprezzare quella vista.

Poco prima della manovra LOI, gli astronauti e il controllo missione si salutarono, sapendo che non avrebbero potuto comunicare per i minuti successivi, dandosi ironicamente appuntamento dall'altro lato della Luna.

La navetta fu immessa su un'orbita selenocentrica, con quota rispetto alla superficie variabile tra e chilometri. La mattina della vigilia di Natale 24 dicembre la navicella spaziale raggiunse l'orbita lunare.

We can see quite a bit of detail. The Sea of Fertility doesn't stand out as well here as it does back on Earth. There's not as much contrast between that and the surrounding craters.

The craters are all rounded off. There's quite a few of them, some of them are newer. Many of them look like—especially the round ones—look like hit by meteorites or projectiles of some sort.

Langrenus is quite a huge crater; it's got a central cone to it. The walls of the crater are terraced, about six or seven different terraces on the way down.

Possiamo vedere un bel po' di dettagli. Il Mare Fecunditatis da qui non spicca come quando osservato dalla Terra. I crateri sono tutti arrotondati.

Molti di loro sembrano - specialmente quelli rotondi - sembrano colpiti da meteoriti o proiettili di qualche tipo. Le pareti del cratere sono terrazzate, circa sei o sette diverse terrazze sulla strada verso il basso.

Uno dei compiti principali dell'equipaggio era la ricognizione dei siti di allunaggio delle successive missioni lunari, del quale vennero scattate numerose immagini fotografiche ad alta risoluzione.

Una cinepresa era stata installata in una delle finestre del veicolo spaziale per riprendere la superficie lunare sottostante, scattando un fotogramma ogni secondo.

Alla fine della missione l'equipaggio aveva scattato fotografie della Luna e della Terra. Anders descrisse i crateri che stavano passando sotto di lui.

Alla fine di questa seconda orbita, eseguirono l'accensione LOI-2 di 11 secondi dell'SPS per circolarizzare l'orbita a L'altezza minima alla quale gli astronauti sorvolarono la Luna fu di km.

Durante ogni orbita, la Luna si frapponeva tra la capsula e la Terra per circa 30 minuti. Durante tale periodo, l'Apollo 8 sorvolava quella parte della superficie lunare che dalla Terra non risulta mai visibile.

Nel tempo in cui la navicella era in contatto con la Terra, Borman continuava a chiedere come risultassero i dati dell'SPS. Voleva assicurarsi che il motore funzionasse e potesse essere usato per tornare immediatamente sulla Terra se necessario.

Quando la navicella emerse dal lato nascosto della Luna per transitare per la quarta volta sulla faccia visibile , l'equipaggio fu testimone del sorgere della Terra per la prima volta nella storia il sorgere della Terra nelle vicinanze della Luna era stato fotografato per la prima volta dal Lunar Orbiter 1 della NASA il 23 agosto Nelle due orbite successive, Anders e Lovell dormirono mentre Borman sedeva ai comandi.

Nel corso della nona orbita, ebbe luogo la seconda trasmissione televisiva. A questo punto, l'unico compito rimasto all'equipaggio fu quello di eseguire la manovra per l'inserimento in orbita transterrestre Trans-Earth Injection o TEI , programmata per 2 ore e mezza dopo la fine della trasmissione televisiva.

L'accensione avvenne esattamente all'istante previsto. La telemetria del veicolo spaziale venne riacquisita a Terra mentre la navicella riemergeva da dietro la Luna a 89 ore, 28 minuti e 39 secondi dal lancio.

Una volta che l'equipaggio ebbe identificata l'origine dell'attivazione dei propulsori, ci si rese conto che sarebbe stato necessario reinserire i dati relativi alla posizione effettiva del modulo.

Il viaggio di ritorno fu privo di qualunque complicazione, cosa che permise agli astronauti di riposare, oltre che di occuparsi del normale monitoraggio del veicolo.

Nel pomeriggio del giorno di Natale, l'equipaggio fece la quinta trasmissione televisiva. Al termine della trasmissione trovarono, nello scompartimento dedicato al cibo, un piccolo regalo da parte di Deke Slayton: una cena con tacchino ripieno in una confezione uguale a quelle in dotazione alle truppe impegnate in Vietnam [55] e tre piccole bottiglie contenenti brandy , che Borman decise non sarebbero state aperte fino al rientro sulla Terra.

Esse, tuttavia, rimasero chiuse per diversi anni dopo il volo. Il computer avrebbe controllato tutta la delicata fase e l'equipaggio aveva il solo incarico di posizionare la navicella nell'assetto corretto.

L'atterraggio in mare avvenne all'alba del 27 dicembre , [18] per la precisione alle ore UTC. Gli astronauti vennero dunque recuperati da un elicottero e portati a bordo della portaerei USS Yorktown.

Con l'Apollo 8, la NASA si assunse un notevole rischio per dirigere verso la Luna il primo veicolo spaziale con equipaggio a bordo riprogrammando la missione in quattro mesi e utilizzando un razzo il cui funzionamento aveva mostrato diversi problemi nei due lanci precedenti.

La missione dell'Apollo 8 nella settimana di Natale chiuse il con una nota positiva. Il successo dell'Apollo 8 fu viceversa una doccia fredda per i sovietici.

L'aveva descritta come una trovata propagandistica, particolarmente rischiosa, voluta dal Presidente Lyndon Johnson a conclusione del suo mandato.

Nell'indicare la Persona dell'anno per il , la rivista statunitense Time scelse i membri dell'equipaggio dell'Apollo 8, [66] [68] che furono i primi uomini a lasciare il campo gravitazionale terrestre.

Per Anders fu l'unico volo spaziale nella sua carriera di astronauta. Ci sono stati negli anni vari riferimenti in documentari ed opere di finzione alla missione dell'Apollo 8.

La NASA nel ha pubblicato il documentario Debrief: Apollo 8 , con Burgess Meredith come voce narrante, nel quale sono state raccolte le trasmissioni televisive che hanno visto protagonisti i membri dell'equipaggio durante la missione e le riprese in 16 millimetri della superficie lunare.

Non c'era alcun bisogno di orbitare la Luna con la capsula Apollo e basta. La NASA sapeva benissimo che la capsula Apollo era in grado di orbitare la Luna e quel volo si fece solo per utilizzare un lancio ormai deciso e pagato.

Senza quel volo, lo sbarco sulla Luna non sarebbe mai avvenuto. Senza il volo di Borman, invece, lo sbarco sulla Luna sarebbe avvenuto lo stesso.

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Apollo 8 Apollo 8 Die Wasserung vollzog sich 1. Dabei verlassen Sie das Angebot des BR. Hauptmenü Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt. Atyou're Go for LOI. Apollo 11 mag der berühmteste Flug der Weltraumfahrt sein, doch ohne die vorbereitenden Apollo-Flüge und die Gemini-Missionen wäre er nicht Netflix März gewesen. Und es ward Licht. Und Gott Feigling Es werde Licht. Als Nächstes wurde die Richtantenne am Service Module ausgefahren, die eine bessere Funkverbindung im Mikrowellenbereich zur Erde ermöglicht. Apollo 8 war nicht irgendein Weltraumflug. Er war in vielerlei Hinsicht besonders. Es war der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond. Bis dahin hatte sich noch kein. Mit Apollo 8 gelang der NASA der erste bemannte Flug zum Mond und dessen Umrundung - eine wichtige Vorbereitung und. Mit der Mission Apollo 8 hatte der Mensch drei Tage zuvor zum ersten Mal die Schwerkraft der Erde vollständig überwunden, sich auf die Reise zum Mond.

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In: Cortright, Edgar M. Apollo Expeditions to the Moon. New Haven: Yale University Press. Apollo 8 made a second television broadcast at 55 hours into the flight.

This time, the crew rigged up filters meant for the still cameras so they could acquire images of the Earth through the telephoto lens.

Although difficult to aim, as they had to maneuver the entire spacecraft, the crew was able to broadcast back to Earth the first television pictures of the Earth.

The crew spent the transmission describing the Earth, what was visible, and the colors they could see. The transmission lasted 23 minutes.

This historic moment was of little interest to the crew, since they were still calculating their trajectory with respect to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center.

They would continue to do so until they performed their last mid-course correction, switching to a reference frame based on ideal orientation for the second engine burn they would make in lunar orbit.

It was in retrograde against the direction of travel and slowed the spacecraft down by 2. They would now pass This maneuver had to be performed perfectly, and due to orbital mechanics had to be on the far side of the Moon, out of contact with the Earth.

With ten minutes remaining before LOI-1, the crew began one last check of the spacecraft systems and made sure that every switch was in its correct position.

At that time, they finally got their first glimpses of the Moon. They had been flying over the unlit side, and it was Lovell who saw the first shafts of sunlight obliquely illuminating the lunar surface.

The LOI burn was only two minutes away, so the crew had little time to appreciate the view. The crew described the burn as being the longest four minutes of their lives.

If the burn had not lasted exactly the correct amount of time, the spacecraft could have ended up in a highly elliptical lunar orbit or even been flung off into space.

If it had lasted too long, they could have struck the Moon. After making sure the spacecraft was working, they finally had a chance to look at the Moon, which they would orbit for the next 20 hours.

On Earth, Mission Control continued to wait. If the crew had not burned the engine, or the burn had not lasted the planned length of time, the crew would have appeared early from behind the Moon.

Exactly at the calculated moment, however, the signal was received from the spacecraft, indicating it was in a After reporting on the status of the spacecraft, Lovell gave the first description of what the lunar surface looked like:.

The Moon is essentially grey, no color; looks like plaster of Paris or sort of a grayish beach sand. We can see quite a bit of detail.

The Sea of Fertility doesn't stand out as well here as it does back on Earth. There's not as much contrast between that and the surrounding craters.

The craters are all rounded off. There's quite a few of them, some of them are newer. Many of them look like—especially the round ones—look like hit by meteorites or projectiles of some sort.

Langrenus is quite a huge crater; it's got a central cone to it. The walls of the crater are terraced, about six or seven different terraces on the way down.

Lovell continued to describe the terrain they were passing over. A film camera had been set up in one of the spacecraft windows to record one frame per second of the Moon below.

Bill Anders spent much of the next 20 hours taking as many photographs as possible of targets of interest. Throughout the hour that the spacecraft was in contact with Earth, Borman kept asking how the data for the SPS looked.

He wanted to make sure that the engine was working and could be used to return early to the Earth if necessary. As they reappeared for their second pass in front of the Moon, the crew set up equipment to broadcast a view of the lunar surface.

Anders described the craters that they were passing over. Throughout the next two orbits, the crew continued to check the spacecraft and to observe and photograph the Moon.

During the third pass, Borman read a small prayer for his church. He had been scheduled to participate in a service at St.

A fellow parishioner and engineer at Mission Control, Rod Rose, suggested that Borman read the prayer, which could be recorded and then replayed during the service.

When the spacecraft came out from behind the Moon for its fourth pass across the front, the crew witnessed an "Earthrise" in person for the first time in human history.

Anders asked Lovell for color film and then took Earthrise , a now famous color photo, later picked by Life magazine as one of its hundred photos of the century.

Due to the synchronous rotation of the Moon about the Earth, Earthrise is not generally visible from the lunar surface. This is because, as seen from any one place on the Moon's surface, Earth remains in approximately the same position in the lunar sky, either above or below the horizon.

Earthrise is generally visible only while orbiting the Moon, and at selected surface locations near the Moon's limb , where libration carries the Earth slightly above and below the lunar horizon.

Anders continued to take photographs while Lovell assumed control of the spacecraft so that Borman could rest.

Despite the difficulty resting in the cramped and noisy spacecraft, Borman was able to sleep for two orbits, awakening periodically to ask questions about their status.

Borman awoke fully, however, when he started to hear his fellow crew members make mistakes. They were beginning to not understand questions and had to ask for the answers to be repeated.

Borman realized that everyone was extremely tired from not having a good night's sleep in over three days. He ordered Anders and Lovell to get some sleep and that the rest of the flight plan regarding observing the Moon be scrubbed.

Anders initially protested, saying that he was fine, but Borman would not be swayed. Anders finally agreed under the condition that Borman would set up the camera to continue to take automatic pictures of the Moon.

Borman also remembered that there was a second television broadcast planned, and with so many people expected to be watching, he wanted the crew to be alert.

For the next two orbits, Anders and Lovell slept while Borman sat at the helm. As they rounded the Moon for the ninth time, the astronauts began the second television transmission.

Borman introduced the crew, followed by each man giving his impression of the lunar surface and what it was like to be orbiting the Moon.

Borman described it as being "a vast, lonely, forbidding expanse of nothing". Each man on board read a section from the Biblical creation story from the Book of Genesis.

Borman finished the broadcast by wishing a Merry Christmas to everyone on Earth. His message appeared to sum up the feelings that all three crewmen had from their vantage point in lunar orbit.

The TEI was the most critical burn of the flight, as any failure of the SPS to ignite would strand the crew in lunar orbit, with little hope of escape.

As with the previous burn, the crew had to perform the maneuver above the far side of the Moon, out of contact with Earth. The spacecraft telemetry was reacquired as it re-emerged from behind the Moon at 89 hours, 28 minutes, and 39 seconds, the exact time calculated.

Later, Lovell used some otherwise idle time to do some navigational sightings, maneuvering the module to view various stars by using the computer keyboard.

However, he accidentally erased some of the computer's memory, which caused the inertial measurement unit IMU to contain data indicating that the module was in the same relative orientation it had been in before lift-off; the IMU then fired the thrusters to "correct" the module's attitude.

Once the crew realized why the computer had changed the module's attitude, they realized that they would have to reenter data to tell the computer the module's actual orientation.

It took Lovell ten minutes to figure out the right numbers, using the thrusters to get the stars Rigel and Sirius aligned, [80] and another 15 minutes to enter the corrected data into the computer.

The cruise back to Earth was mostly a time for the crew to relax and monitor the spacecraft. As long as the trajectory specialists had calculated everything correctly, the spacecraft would reenter Earth's atmosphere two-and-a-half days after TEI and splash down in the Pacific.

On Christmas afternoon, the crew made their fifth television broadcast. When they finished broadcasting, they found a small present from Slayton in the food locker: a real turkey dinner with stuffing, in the same kind of pack given to the troops in Vietnam.

Another Slayton surprise was a gift of three miniature bottles of brandy , which Borman ordered the crew to leave alone until after they landed.

They remained unopened, even years after the flight. The next day, at about hours into the mission, the sixth and final TV transmission showed the mission's best video images of the Earth, during a four-minute broadcast.

The computer would control the reentry, and all the crew had to do was put the spacecraft in the correct attitude, with the blunt end forward. In the event of computer failure, Borman was ready to take over.

Separation from the service module prepared the command module for reentry by exposing the heat shield and shedding unneeded mass. The service module would burn up in the atmosphere as planned.

At 30, feet 9. As they were buffeted by a foot 3. Forty-five minutes later, the crew was safe on the flight deck of the Yorktown. Apollo 8 came at the end of , a year that had seen much upheaval in the United States and most of the world.

You saved One of the most famous aspects of the flight was the Earthrise picture that the crew took as they came around for their fourth orbit of the Moon.

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins said, "Eight's momentous historic significance was foremost"; [96] while space historian Robert K. There were 1, journalists covering the mission, with the BBC 's coverage broadcast in 54 countries in 15 different languages.

The Soviet newspaper Pravda featured a quote from Boris Nikolaevich Petrov, Chairman of the Soviet Interkosmos program, who described the flight as an "outstanding achievement of American space sciences and technology".

O'Hair wanted the courts to ban American astronauts—who were all government employees—from public prayer in space. The stamp featured a detail of the famous photograph of the Earthrise over the Moon taken by Anders on Christmas Eve, and the words, "In the beginning God In January , the spacecraft was delivered to Osaka , Japan, for display in the U.

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