FLIGHT FILM OF ARMSTRONG AND ALDRIN RAISING OLD GLORY ON THE MOON.
EAGLE RETURNS SAFELY FROM LUNAR SURFACE.
An internal NASA/Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) duplicate film roll of scenes taken during the Apollo 11 flight by the 16mm Maurer Data Acquisition Cameras (DAC). Spooled on a metal reel housed in a period canister, 12 inches in diameter. The MSC Film Form 492 Film Can Label (Rev. Oct 66) on the canister reads in part: "Date: 7-31-69, Photographer: Apollo XI, Type of Film: 7388 Print, Footage: 880 feet, Process: COLOR PRINT (via stamp), Subject: Apollo XI Mags K, G, B, E, H, D, F."
Actual magazine sequence on the reel and scene descriptions from each magazine are as follows:
Magazine K The Moonwalk. ExtraVehicular (EVA or Moonwalk) activities by Armstrong and Aldirn including sample collecting, planting the United States Flag, and television camera setup. The DAC 16mm camera was mounted inside the LM at Aldrin's right-hand triangular viewing window.
Magazine G Frames of crew cabin activity and Lunar Module (LM) Eagle tracking Command/Service Module (CSM) Columbia. Lunar orbit views near craters Taruntius G and H then Maskelyne Craters B and G.
Magazine H Taken by Armstrong and Aldrin during Eagle's ascent from the lunar surface. Views of large craters Sabine, Schmidt, Godin, and others.
Magazine B - Activity by Armstrong and Aldrin inside Columbia then scenes of floating from Columbia to inside Eagle with Aldrin performing checks. Scenes of Collins shaving in Columbia.
Magazine D Command/Service Module (CSM) Columbia tracking of Lunar Module (LM) Eagle (ascent stage only) as Eagle maneuvers into docking position after lunar liftoff. The earth is visible from lunar orbit at the very end of this magazine.
Magazine E High oblique images covering large parts of the Moon including Mare Smythii, Mare Crisium, and craters Langrenus and Humbolt. Filmed from Columbia just after Transearth Injection (TEI) and leaving lunar orbit.
Magazine F High to low oblique panoramic scenes of the lunar farside, orbital views near Eagle's landing site, and additional far side lunar surface images.