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In early 1971 the fourth manned lunar mission (third to land) and the first U.S. manned mission since the Apollo 13 near-disaster set down on the moon for the exploration of the Fra Mauro region. Al Shepard and Ed Mitchell explored the moon over two EVAs, including a frustrated search to look into Cone crater. Overhead Stu Roosa orbited, photographing sites for the voyages to come. This 5 DVD set contains the complete television and onboard film from the mission, including rare footage of preparation and training, multi-angle views of launch, recovery and more. Over 15 hours of material make this the most comprehensive record ever of this incredible voyage to the moon.
Spacecraft Films was created to provide access to the material documenting America's proud legacy in space. The sets contain the most comprehensive material available, and include rare footage and audio from many sources. In addition, we belive in adding value back to the archive, and make new digital transfers of film material, always leaving a digital copy with the holding agency for preservation. This unique commitment to the subject brings you the definitive editions of mankind's greatest explorations.