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Apollo 11 launch at 500 frames per second

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May4-10, 05:43 PM
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http://www.petapixel.com/2010/04/26/...es-per-second/

High speed footage of the Saturn V's engines starting and lift-off with a very informative technical commentary.
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May4-10, 05:53 PM
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Way cool! Thanks for posting that.
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May4-10, 06:48 PM
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Nice!

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May10-10, 10:59 AM
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Apollo 11 launch at 500 frames per second

Very cool and exciting! I had a blast watching this. Thank you for the nice video. :)
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May10-10, 11:32 AM
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Cool.

In my previous life as a computer games journalist I have meet (early nineties at ECTS) some guy from US who was working on Apollo mission start simulation. Basically it was just a start sequence, as seen from the capsule inside by the crew - with all turbines/engines/whatevers starting in the right order and displaying/blinking lights/messages about their state, plus the noise. It couldn't make a good game, but seeing it was quite an experience.


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