Air Boss: And Hornet, this is Air Boss.
Photo 1: This is Photo 1.
Air boss: Air Boss. Stand - Stand by, Hornet.
Photo 1: This is Photo 1. [Garble].
Hornet: Hornet, Roger.
Swim: Swim 1 has [garble] contact, bearing 150, holding [garble] 190.
Swim: Swim 1 has [garble] contact, bearing 150, holding [garble] 190. [Garble]. This is Swim One, Apollo 11.
Duke: Roger. Stand by one, Buzz. Over.
Aldrin: You want to end up with that window - opposite his right window so you don't want to roll right.
Duke: That's affirmative. And with that situation, the DAP - the vehicle will roll - will maneuver, rather, at a rate that is loaded in, which was three-tenths plus four-tenths rate, and it will limit at four-tenths above the desired rate, so - that is if we have a large enough angle between the desired and the actual, which we did. [Pause.] Stand by, Buzz.
Aldrin: Okay. ... Rotation Control Power, Direct, two of them, Off?
Evans: Eagle, Houston. Over.
Evans: Eagle, Houston. The computer is yours, you can go to Block anytime.
Armstrong: Burn time is 05:20.
McCandless: Roger, Columbia. We're showing you...
Collins: Sure. Can you explain that?
Armstrong: Go ahead.
Aldrin: Not where the waste management's concerned.
Armstrong: (Garbled) PGNS radar circuit breaker's open. That right?
PAO: Network controller says we have Acquisition Of Signal from the Command Module.
Aldrin: Yes, you've done that. You didn't touch this lighting? Whew! Yes.
onboard): Pitching over. No flags. DPS (Descent Propulsion System, pronounced 'dips') is good. Master Arm coming on.
Evans: Roger. We copy. Standing by. (Pause)
Aldrin: Verify GPI returns to zero, zero.
Duke: Roger. We were seeing some - believe it or not, we were seeing some funnies on the Eagle's rendezvous radar...
Aldrin: What - what'd it say...
Collins: It's out this way.
PAO: Hornet reports spacecraft right on target point. And we are starting to get a picture back again. The Hornet now estimates they are 4 and three-quarters miles away from the spacecraft.
Aldrin: EDS Power, you got On?
Collins: Okay. It looks like that LM just wants to head down towards the surface, is all.
Duke: Roger. Over. Over.
Collins: Okay. We appreciate it.
Armstrong: I think those are the tunnel lights.
Duke: The system really looks good to us.
Aldrin: [Inaudible on air-ground] Houston, Eagle.
Armstrong: X and - 0.2.
Duke: 11, Houston. Please give us a count. Over. We want 10254.
Duke: Thank you, sir. Repeat, do not do the gimbal trim. PDI PAD: TIG 102:33:04.36; 09:50, minus 00021; 182, 287, 000; plus 56919. Roger.
Armstrong: Okay? They said that Borman's... I thought I made it pretty clear.
Aldrin: Mike, let us know how you're coming up there now and then.
Collins: Okay, Houston. Okay.
McCandless: Okay. Over.
Collins: You were going to make me do that in another 45 minutes anyway.
Aldrin: I caught up - I caught up for a short while, but [garble]. Yes, it's coming down beautifully.
Collins: Is this Ken? How's everything going?
Collins: Thank you. Thank you. Looks like the setting on the Auto thing is such that it just runs a little cold.
Collins: Okay, lights went out - except for all those radioactive ones in there. This crapping thing - [garble] set on f:4 or 5.6; that's probably about right. Glad to hear it.
Collins: Okay. Thank you.
Aldrin: Roger. It got more - more brown - with increasing Sun angle.
Aldrin: Okay, now...
Aldrin: Good to hear it.
McCandless: Stand by a minute.
Collins: Hello, Moon. Houston, Apollo 11.
Collins: Did you get any usable pictures out of MILA on that first pass? [Garble].
Armstrong: That'll be fine.
McCandless: Roger. This is with the new REFSMMAT, Buzz.
McCandless: Roger. Roger.
Collins: Understand, and note has been made in my checklist. Okay...
Collins: Yes. We recalled the program.
Collins: Mark it. Delta-V Thrust A and B are Off... When you get everything you need off the downlink, let me know and I'll proceed.
Armstrong: Okay, that should be gray...
Collins: Okay, I'm going to [garble] camera out of its way.
McCandless: Okay. Roger.
Collins: Yes. Yes.
Armstrong: Coming up on 04:30.
Aldrin: Man, I'm not going to look at them. Over.
Armstrong: Not much. Roger.
Collins: I didn't know [garble] radio. And in just a second here, I'll go to Enter and get a 51 and mark on it. Okay. (Long Pause) Okay. I was just wondering how everything is going at the home front. [Pause.] Nice ride.
Armstrong: Go ahead. Okay, and I got PADs, need to extend the probe, and do an SM RCS hotfire.
Aldrin: Okay. Over. EMS Function to Off, we got that [garble]? I'm in the center now. And we'd like you in - CSM in mid-deadband Att Hold. (Garbled) In other words, you have to cross your foot over to stay underneath where your center-of-mass is. That window's no good, I'm afraid. Thank you.
Armstrong: No, we aren't that - confident.
Collins: Well, Mattingly assured me that I was going to have a circular velocity versus altitude, you know, when they get me at 100 miles on the other side? Is anybody missing a ballpoint pen?
Duke: Hello, Apollo 11.
Duke: Go ahead, 11. Next three lines are NA. SPAN is concerned that our present procedure as shown in the checklist does not really flow glycol through the radiator, and it - They want to verify that we do not have a plugged secondary radiator. [Long pause.]
Duke: Hello, Apollo 11. Over. We're working on it. Over.
Armstrong: Go ahead.
Collins: Roger, Houston. I just want to get my... ] Roger. [Garble].
Collins: Mark, Logic 1. You got it. You mean after I went to all this work of cranking those numbers in you're going to drive back to zero?
Collins: It is now. Then in the meantime I'll just go ahead and maneuver to yours. How do you read? We're about to torque them. Is that the one I just completed or do you want a pair of them back to back?
Armstrong: Right - that's [garble]. It's too late for sunrise, anyway.
McCandless: Roger. (Long Pause) Buzz, this is Houston. Over.
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