Stan Lebar, Program Manager for Westinghouse Lunar Television Cameras, visited Australia in March 2006, to be present at a Honeysuckle Creek / Apollo reunion. He brought with him a Lunar Television Camera identical to the one left on the Moon by Apollo 11.
While here, he gave a public lecture at the National Museum of Australia. This is an excerpt from his talk – he tells two stories of how people saw the live television of Armstrong and Aldrin on the lunar surface on July 21 (their time zone), 1969.
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