Neil Armstrong – First Moon Landing 1969

2, 1, 0.

All engines running.


We have a liftoff 32 minutes pastthe hour.

Liftoff on Apollo 11.

40 feet, down 2 1/2.

Kicking up some dust.

30 feet, 2 1/2 down.

Faint shadow.

4 forward.

4 forward.

Drifting to the right a little.


Down a half.

Contact light.

OK, engine stop.

Houston, Tranquility Base here.

The Eaglehas landed.

Roger, Tranquility.

We copy you on the ground.

You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue.

We're breathing again.

Thanks a lot.

Ok, Neil, we can see you coming down the laddernow.

I'm at the foot of the ladder.

The LM footpadsare only depressed in the surface about 1 or 2 inches.

I'm going to step off the LM now.

That's one small step for a man, one giantleap for mankind.

Yahoo! Tony, this is so great you can't believeit! Oh, I believe it, Charlie.

It's running, John! Look at it go, would you, Charlie! You've got all your steering.

It's great! Ah, this is going to be some kind of differentride! Hippity-hoppity, hippity-hoppity, hippity-hoppingover hill and dale.

Da da da da da da da da da da da da da.

Hippity-hopping all along.

One ignition.

We're on our way, Houston.

Things are good.

Looks good.


Standby for flag down.


A landing.