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How would you like the camera?
All right, Buzz, here’s one Hasselblad for you.
Have we got any daylight? I can’t see outside at all.
Hasselblad - Settings
Let’s get into the Hasselblad, get the right settings on it.
We ought to be coming out into the daylight here in a little bit.
Jesus Christ, look at that horizon!
Isn’t that something?
Goddamn, that’s pretty! This is unreal. I’d forgotten.
Get a picture of that.
Ooh, sure, I will.
Hasselblad - Has - Anybody - Hasselblad - Floating
I’ve lost a Hasselblad. Has anybody seen a Hasselblad floating by? It couldn’t have gone very far, big son of a gun like that.
It’s too late for sunrise, anyway.
Ah! Here it is.
Aft - Bulkhead
It was floating in the aft bulkhead.
Horizon - Man - Look
I got a little horizon. Man, look at that!
Fantastic - Conception - Way - Thing - Low-pressure
Fantastic. I have no conception of where we’re pointed or which way we are or a crapping thing, but it’s a beautiful low-pressure cell out here.
Let - Sure
Now, how we doing checklist-wise? Let’s make sure we don’t **** up and forget.
Apollo - Houston - Minute - Ignition - Everything
Apollo 11, this is Houston. Slightly less than one minute to ignition, and everything is go.
There we go. Thrust.
Ignition! Call it at 15.
Ignition - OK
Hey, Houston, Apollo 11. That Saturn gave us a magnificent ride.
Roger - Way
Roger, 11. We’ll pass that on. And it certainly looks like you are well on your way now.
OK - Houston
O.K., Houston, we’re about to sep.
Flies - Spacecraft - Simulator
Flies like a spacecraft instead of a simulator. Hope that’s good.
Sure beautiful. I hope you got some pictures, Buzz.
I can’t get much with the Hasselblad. That window’s no good, I’m afraid.
Stand by, we’re closing.
That wasn’t the smoothest docking I’ve ever done.
Well, it felt good from here.
Hi - Houston - Apollo - Miles
Hi, Houston, Apollo 11. How many miles out do you have us now?
We have you — stand by, Buzz. Roughly about 50,000. Stand by.
It’s a beautiful sight.
OK - Houston - Earth - Bit - Bit
O.K., Houston. You suppose you could turn the Earth a little bit so we could get a little bit more than just...
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