This color film is raw footage from the Apollo 12 mission in November 1969. Apollo 12 was the sixth crewed flight in the United States Apollo program and the second to land on the Moon. It was launched on November 14, 1969, from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, U.S.A. Its objective was to perform detailed scientific lunar exploration. The astronauts onboard were Charles “Pete” Conrad, Richard F. Gordon, and Alan L. Bean.
Opening: Sun light beams during a solar eclipse as the earth eclipse’s the sun (:08). Apollo 12 lunar module floats above the moon (:31). Moon as seen from the Apollo lunar module as the module gets closer and closer to the surface (1:11). The Module floats over the moon (2:01). The module lands on the moon (3:10). Astronaut Charles “Pete” Conrad walks down a ladder on the outside of the craft and onto the moon (3:41). Astronaut Conrad walks around on the surface of the moon (4:10). Astronaut Conrad walks around the moon collecting samples of lunar rock (4:40). Astronaut Conrad collects more samples of lunar soil before walking back towards the module (6:00). Lunar landscape; American flag planted on the moon (7:25). Surface of the moon as module pulls away (8:20). Inside the Apollo lunar module with two astronauts visible (8:39).