William Anders, James Lovell, Frank Borman - Apollo 8 Astronauts Read From Genesis On Christmas Eve, 1968 mp3 herunterladen
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- Written-by [Uncredited] – Moses
Released for NASA's 40th anniversary.
Track title is literally listed as "ap8_xmas_eve".
On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968, in the most watched television broadcast at the time, the crew of Apollo 8 read from the Book of Genesis as they orbited the Moon. Astronauts Bill Anders, Jim Lovell, and Frank Borman, the first humans to travel to the Moon, recited verses 1 through 10 of the Genesis creation narrative from the King James Bible. Anders read verses 14, Lovell verses 58, and Borman read verses 9 and 10. On Christmas eve, 1968, in what was the most watched television broadcast at the time, the crew ofNasa's Apollo 8 read in turn. Bill Anders, Jim Lovell, and Frank Borman recited Genesis chapter one, verses 1 through 10, using the King James Version text. Subscribe For More Videos 8 Genesis Reading. Published: July 12, 2018. A recording of the Apollo 8 astronauts reading from the book of Genesis. Apollo 8 Genesis Reading. The Apollo 8 Crew included L to R James Lovell, Command Module CM pilot William Anders, Lunar Module LM Pilot and Frank Borman, Commander. Saturn Apollo Program. Since the 1960s, scientists have suspected that frozen water could survive in cold, dark craters at the moon's poles. The Apollo 8 Genesis reading NASA produced film. Earthrise, a color photograph of the Earth and Moon on December 24, 1968. The television viewers saw a grainy black-and-white image. The Apollo 8 Genesis reading audio. Apollo 8 : NASA Astronauts Christmas Eve Bible Reading From Lunar Orbit. Apollo 8 Christmas Message. William Anders. We are now approaching lunar sunrise, and for all the people back on Earth, the crew of Apollo 8 has a message that we would like to send to you. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep. Christmas eve broadcast from space by Apollo 8 astronauts clearly makes the connection between Christmas and Creation. Taken by Apollo 8 crewmember Bill Anders on December 24, 1968, at mission time 075:49:07 16:40 UTC, while in orbit around the Moon, showing the Earth rising for the third time above the lunar horizon. Note: The Earth isnt actually rising. What a wonderful message read from the dead Moon about the living Earth: an oasis of life in the midst of an immense cosmos and read from Genesis, not Darwin's dreadful 'Origin of Species'. By 1992 the godless Soviet Union, which lost the space-race against America, had fallen. On December 24, 1968, astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders entered into lunar orbit aboard the Apollo 8 spacecraft. That evening, in a live radio. On Christmas Eve 1968, Apollo 8s astronauts captivated the world with a live broadcast from lunar orbit. On December 21, 1968, Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon, blasted off from present-day Cape Canaveral in Florida. The plan called for the three astronauts onboard to come within about 70 miles of the moon, circle it several times and return safely home, all while broadcasting their feats to the world below. By gainin. The iconic image was taken by astronaut William A. Anders on Apollo 8 on Christmas Eve in 1968. He was tasked with photographing the lunar landscape for a suitable spot for an eventual Apollo mission to . Out There. Earthrise: 50 Years Since Apollo 8. On Christmas Eve, 1968, astronauts orbiting the moon saw Earth rising for the first time. Frank Borman, James Lovell Jr. and William Anders became the first men to see the whole Earth from space. They send back grainy footage of Earth to televisions back home. Launched on December 21, 1968, Apollo 8 marked the first time that humans had seen the far side of the moon and the first time that humans saw Earthrise, in a famous picture that sparked the nascent environmental movement. The crew arrived in lunar orbit on Christmas Eve after 68 hours of flight and, leaving its ninth orbit, made a television broadcast. About a billion people saw the broadcast in some form, the most watched event in history. All three astronauts Frank Borman, Lovell, and William Anders are living, and the anniversary of the flight was recently commemorated at a service at Washingtons National Cathedral. They sent back a Christmas broadcast to earth that was heard by millions around the world. And their selected message paid tribute to the one who deserves all the glory and praise for what he has made-our Creator. They read from Gods Word-Genesis chapter 1. Sadly, I very much doubt if that mission were to occur today, the astronauts would be allowed to read the Bible as they did back then. And if they did today, Im sure atheists groups woul. The famous Earthrise photo taken by Apollo 8 astronauts during their trip around the moon on Dec. NASA's Apollo 8 mission was the first lunar voyage with a human-crewed spacecraft. Read more: 2019 will be an extraordinary year in space. Here's what NASA, SpaceX, and the night sky have in store for planet Earth. He and his two crewmates, Frank Borman and Bill Anders, soon realized it was more than just a spaceflight, Lovell added. You have to remember we brought back a picture of the Earth as it is 240,000 miles away