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David Sica (2009)
The iconic images of man's first steps onto the moon were taken with a camera unlike any that had ever existed before. It had to meet previously unimaginable environmental, weight and bandwith challenges. And it had to be built using nineteen-sixties analog technology!
The Apollo 11 moon camera was the result of the dedication of a group of Westinghouse engineers. Stanley Lebar led that group.
In 2009, during the course of a tour of the Early Television Museum, Mr. Lebar offered some unique behind-the-scenes perspectives of that great achievement.
Stan and his wife were offered a personal tour of the Museum. At the end of the tour, Stan offered some personal reminiscences about the moon cameras. We're grateful for this "behind the scenes" look from one of the folks who brought us the single most memorable television broadcast of all time.
This movie is part of the collection: Community Video
Producer: David Sica
Production Company: Early Television Foundation
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: U.S. English
Keywords: Apollo 11; Early Television Museum; Stan Lebar
Contact Information: www.earlytelevision.org
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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|Stan Lebar at the Early Television Museum|| 4.8 GB || 532.6 MB || 475.3 MB |
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