Aldrin: Wow! 2, Off.
Aldrin: Got it on?
Aldrin: How about that? Supposed to do a Verb 66 and then put numbers [garble] apogee [garble] and then look at altitude and altitude rate... [Long pause.]
Aldrin: Just keep the Pacific Ocean nice and clear and calm on splash day. [Long pause.]
PAO: This is Apollo Control, at 71 hours into the mission.
Armstrong: No, we roll over right here at this little - well, you see Boot Hill coming up right here? What were the results?
Collins: I'll check Window 3.
Evans: Roger. Apollo 11, Houston.
Armstrong: We're going to probably stick with the Flight Plan pretty much.
Aldrin: Roger. [Voice cut out] another early development was the use of bite-size food [voice cut out]. The only thing that confuses me is that it says for vehicle-to-vehicle - We want to be zoom on 12.5. T-2: 102:54:29.00, 103:51:56.00, 106:37:35.00, 109:10:00.00; T-2 is PDI plus 21:26. Over.
Collins: Roger. Hallelujah.
Armstrong: I don't know, but the Command Module's got about [garble].
Duke: Roger. Over. We've got the load in.
Aldrin: Okay. [Garble] feet per second.
Collins: Go ahead. I really need these goddam [garble]. I'd do worse because I'd be a - a full degree off from where it is right now.
Evans: Roger. Mighty fine. (Pause)
Armstrong: Roger. Enter.
Collins: Charlie, I'm sorry; you keep cutting out.
Armstrong: My monitor shows a pretty good, clear picture from this angle. Set GPI trim.
Collins: That's right.
Duke: Negative. But when he did that second Verb 24, you were - the Noun was 20, so when he did the 3175 and then a 002 Enter, what he actually did there was load the first two actual CDU locations, and the computer looked at it - the DAP looked at it as an instantaneous change in the actual CDU. In the comments, the undocked present CSM - correction, this is for - TEI-11 is undocked. Stand by.
Duke: 11, Houston. We're ready. Over.
Aldrin: Roger. Okay.
Armstrong: Houston, Apollo 11.
Aldrin: Okay; easy. I've got several pictures of it, though. EMS Function to Delta-V Test.
Aldrin: Houston, Apollo 11.
Collins: Thank you, sir.
Collins: Okay. Here we go...
Collins: Alright, we're coming up on bus tie time.
Aldrin: ... Hey, Michael, you all tied up there?
Collins: Maneuver in progress. Okay. [Long pause.] And I'm locked on and I got about a half signal strength, and they can't hear me.
Armstrong: All right.
Collins: Main Bus Tie's coming On - okay. Papa 0.2 and who decimal three?
Duke: 11, Houston. Copy. Would you monitor the Reacq? Go ahead, 11.
Duke: Eagle, Houston.
Collins: How are our eight gray talk-backs; they still good?
Collins: Roger that.
Collins: That's all right. I'll take this thing off after you guys are done there. [Long pause.]
Aldrin: Okay. It's not a disorienting one at all, but it's most interesting to contemplate just pushing off from one and bounding on into the other vehicle all the way through the tunnel. Over. Okay.
Armstrong: Burn time is 05:20. Where have you hid the shaving cream, Mike?
Collins: Okay. Rog. I can't get that [garble].
Collins: [Garble] you guys wake up early. [Pause.]
Collins: You got it.
Aldrin: Go ahead. Thank you, Charlie. We could do either just as easily. I intend to set 404 to a minus 13495. (Returning to the checklist) Thrust translation, four jets. No, this is about...
Collins: Okay. What are we supposed to be putting in there?
Aldrin: ...[garble] precise. Yes, Verb 82.
Collins: Okay. How's the old White Team today? [Long pause.]
Armstrong: Okay, I'm ready to copy.
Collins: Columbia understands.
Armstrong: Houston, 11 on Omni Alpha. We could see that the weather was good all - just about everywhere. (Long Pause)
Armstrong: Think we ought to get the long lens on, Mike? Thank you. That'll be the most unusual position a cameraman's ever had, hanging by his toes from a tunnel and taking the picture upside-down.
Collins: Mark it.
McCandless: ...1/160th second for shadow photography on the sequence camera. Read back. Over.
McCandless: Roger. Roger. [Pause.]
Armstrong: [Garble] is looking good.
Aldrin: Houston, Tranquility.
Collins: Okay. Okay. 80:11...
Aldrin: - - BMAG Mode, three - You should stabilize and align CM - BMAG Mode, three, to Att 1/Rate 2?
Armstrong: You bet you.
Aldrin: Rog. I'm going to leave that one foot up there and both hands down to about the fourth rung up.
McCandless: And on the exposures we're looking for an eighth of a second, a half a second. Over.
Armstrong: Yes, it looks fine to me.
Collins: That'd be nice. ...on high gain.
McCandless: Hey, 11, this is Houston. Agnew, ranking government official at the Apollo 11 blast-off Wednesday, apparently was speaking for himself and not necessarily the Nixon administration when he said, "We should, in my judgment, put a man on Mars by the end of this century. ...he should be losing contact with you in about a minute.
Aldrin: Neil, what did you do with the - [garble] camera back sight ? I think it multiplied g by [garble] - it was about - at lift-off - maybe - half a g or two-thirds of a g.
Collins: Me, too.
Duke: Apparently that's about all we can tell.
Collins: How about that?
Armstrong: Columbia, Eagle.
Nixon: There's the politician in the group, right.
Armstrong: I've got him now, too.
Duke: Apollo 11, Houston. [Long pause.]
Duke: As soon as we finish the uplink. That's affirmative.
Duke: What was that, Buzz, you're chasing now?
Collins: I don't know...
Aldrin: [Garble] try him again.
Collins: Okay. [Long pause.] And sorta brings you all up to date.
Armstrong: Main Bus Ties: AC, Off; DC, Off. Roger.
Aldrin: How do you think we can...?
Armstrong: Go ahead, Houston. And I'll cut off if the G&N says... Glad to hear it.
Collins: Okay. Before I was at Vent; and best I can recall, it was quite accurately lined up with Vent. Yes, please.
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