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Videos of Apollo 17

Extracted from "Remembering Apollo 17 The 30th Anniversary Data Archive CD-ROM" produced by the NASA History Office.

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Media Clip Transcript
Apollo 17 Liftoff from the Moon (.mpg) "...three, two one ignition, we are on our way Houston..."
"...Challenger to Houston we would like to terminate ascent feed now..."
Apollo l7 Liftoff from Launch Pad(.wav) "...10, 9, 8, 7, ignition sequence, started, all engines are started. We have ignition, 2, 1, 0, liftoff. We have a liftoff and it is lighting up the area. It is just like daylight here at the Kennedy Space Center as the Saturn V is moving off the pad. It has now cleared the tower..."
On the Lunar Surface (.mpg) "…Okay, I'll head…. over to the boulders right over there… and then see if that’s any change..."
"…here’s a football size rock that was 50 percent buried..."
Exploring for Moon Rocks (.mpg) “…okay. I'm going to go behind a rock over there..."
Reflections on Lunar Visit (.mpg) "...This valley of history has seen mankind complete his first evolutionary steps into the universe leaving… I (can) think (of) no more significant contribution (that) Apollo has made to history..."
Astronauts Strolling on Moon and Singing (.mpg) "...I was strolling on the moon one day in the merry, merry month of December..."
Astronaut Falling Down on Lunar Surface (.mpg) Shows an astronaut falling down on the lunar surface.
Showing an astronaut drilling into the lunar surface.
Shows an astronaut walking between the lunar module and the lunar roving vehicle.