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50 years after landing on the moon – but the broadcasting of the PRC has been deleted



BRISANO: Space expert Erik Tandberg (86) was a commentator of the NRK when the Apollo 11 landed on the moon in July 1969. Now, the belts from the show have been erased. Photo: Geir Olsen / NTB scanpix

The 50th anniversary of landing on the moon should be marked with braai and bram. The NRK rolled rolls with the 1969 broadcast were broadcast. – Almost unworthy, says an expert.

On July 20, 1969 at 21.17.40 the Norwegian time landed on Eagle Moon. This is 50 years since the man first laid his feet on a foreign celestial body.

Millions of people followed the lunar journey on TV. In this context, reconnecting with broadcasts from the PRC from this event could be natural, but this is not possible.

The roles of the tape that contained the broadcast were actually broadcast.

– A terrible sin. It's almost irremovable, says Erik Tandberg NTB.

He dropped the Norwegians through the landing of the moon in 1969 as an expert on the NRK.

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I can only regret it

The NRK confirms that the broadcast was broadcast.

In the 1960s it was unusual that the recording shows were held directly because the recordings were very expensive. Nevertheless, she filmed a show from the harbor on the Moon.

– But in the 1970s they were erased, as was usual practice at the time. Given today's eyes, this seems rather incomprehensible and the NRC can only regret that such a significant event has not been taken care of for the future, says Petter Wallace, the leading media director at NRK NTB.

Check out the historic harbor here:

The anniversary is marked by many places in the country.

The Technical Museum in Oslo started celebrating. In April, the Moon Landing exhibition was open for 50 years. Visitors can participate in the full range of Apollo 11.

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The advisor of the exhibition is Erik Tandberg, who also shared his private archives and collections with the museum. The exhibition is open until October 27th.

On the 20th anniversary of the 20th anniversary, numerous events take place in the museum. Tandberg will also tell about the Apollo program and landing on the moon.

HISTORY: Grain television tapes from the Moon landing in 1969 have become part of the collective memory in the world. Neil Armstrong is on the right of the picture, while Buzz Aldrin is closer to the moon landing, a little on the left side of the flag, which was planted on the moon. Photo: NASA / AP / NTB scanpix

Astronauts to Oslo

The NRK marks the anniversary even though the 1969 broadcast was erased. In the days leading up to July 20, they sent several documentaries and films about landing the moon. Among other things, they send a "Drama of the Moon", a six-part US documentary series. The first episode will be broadcast on Tuesday, July 9, at NRK1.

On August 28th, there is an anniversary party in the Oslo Concert Hall. The three American apolitical astronauts are on the stage. Among those who come here is Charlie Duke, who flew to the moon in 1972 with the Apollo 16 ship. She is the youngest person to go to the moon.

Also comes Fred Haise, who also participated in the dramatic Apollo 13 expedition

In the moon: Buzz Aldrin on the moon. The photographer is – of course – his colleague Neil Armstrong, who can be seen in the visor on the Aldrin helmet. Photo: NASA / AP / NTB scanpix

Repeats recordings

In the United States, CBS was responsible for the most famous TV show in 1969, with the iconic journalist Walter Cronkite sits in the studio. On CBSN's website, historical shows are replayed at the same time as in 1969. The broadcasts start on July 16, when Apollo 11 was shot from John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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