Three original video of moon landing mission “Apollo 11” sold under the hammer for of 1.82 million dollars.
While the whole world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the landing on the moon, house Sotheby’s auctioned off three original videotapes of this event for a whopping amount of 1.82 million dollars. This is more than 8,000 times more than the Intern NASA Gary George (Gary George) paid for them at a public auction in 1976.
The video has not been restored, improved or re-made. It is “the earliest, sharp and precise video images of the remaining first steps of man on the moon.” Films include the first steps of Neil Armstrong and Battry original video of the landing on the moon sold at auction for of 1.82 million dollars
and Aldrin on the moon’s surface, as well as the installation of the American flag on the moon.
The total time of recording on tapes is 2 hours and 24 minutes, and they show a moon walk, which saw staff of the mission control center.