Apollo 14: ‘A Wild Place Up Here’


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    Apollo 14 was the eighth crewed Apollo mission and the third to land on the Moon. On January 31, 1971, Apollo 14 launched from Kennedy Space Center with a crew of commander Alan B. Shepard, command module pilot Stuart A. Roosa, and lunar module pilot Edgar D. Mitchell.
    The crew experienced challenges in docking with the lunar module Antares and six attempts were required before a "hard dock" was achieved.
    On February 5, 1971, Antares made the most precise landing to date in the hilly uplands of the Fra Mauro crater.
    Shepard and Mitchell spent a total of 33.5 hours on the Moon and performed two extra-vehicular activities (EVAs, or “moonwalks”), totaling 9 hours and 23 minutes. During the first EVA, they deployed several science experiments. Among these was a reflector that continues to be used to measure the distance from the Earth to the Moon. They also deployed a seismometer, which detected thousands of moonquakes and helped to determine the structure of the Moon’s interior. Other instruments measured the composition of the solar wind and the Moon’s tenuous atmosphere and plasma environment. Shepard and Mitchell collected 95 pounds of lunar rock and soil samples.
    The command module Kitty Hawk splashed down safely on February 9, 1971, exactly nine days and two minutes after launch. The mission duration from liftoff to splashdown was 216 hours, two minutes.
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    1. Baldski


    2. Derek Press

      every single one of them and the cosmonauts all have my absolute total respect, well done guys ...let's see what comes in the next 20/30 years exciting times!!!!!

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    4. John Ryan

      Another great comedy show blahahaha

    5. Tommy Petraglia

      4:38 Now that is an Apollo money shot. 💰

    6. Александр Шестаков

      Алан Шепард- первый американский астронавт.Ура! Мало кто знает, почему ему очень далеко до нашего Юрки Гагарина.Тут всё просто.Есть "небольшая" разница. Орбитальный и суборбитальный полёт в космос. Разница-колоссальна.

    7. Susan John

      Its so Sad they dont People to the Moon Anymore ☹️

    8. Amor Dip


    9. Я Против

      Why are there no photos of the night sky of Mars from the rover? Because a black background, like a photo from the moon, would be a failure ?))) How could Voyager 1977 send photos to Earth when digital cameras only appeared in the mid-1990s

      1. Deborah Downs

        I don't know how it's done currently, but spacecraft in the 60s and 70s used analog-to-digital computation (scan converter) and low-wattage radio transmitters. Old television cameras used tubes, but I'm not sure what NASA was capable of then.

    10. DanKGameplays

      So you're telling me, we could get to the moon and walk on it wayyy back then. But now we can't even make a rocket capable of it?

      1. Choupa

        Its too dangerous and expensive

      2. John Hazenhousen

        Who is telling you that?

    11. Yazan Bassel

      I dream of going there one day

    12. Pathera Tigris

      Transformers were there?

    13. Jack Spratt

      So many suckers believing this bull.

      1. Choupa

        Do you have evidence

      2. Kyle Thomson


      3. Jakob Melchert


    14. Blukester

      Bro they landed on my birthday lets go!!

    15. Carl's Jr.

      Why do we not have bases up there yet? makes no sense.

      1. Choupa

        @Carl's Jr. btw if you didnt know the artemis program will start by 2024

      2. Choupa

        @Carl's Jr. they will but it will take a few years

      3. Carl's Jr.

        @Choupa duh, might as well start now.

      4. Choupa

        @Carl's Jr. it would take years to build a base

      5. Carl's Jr.

        @Choupa They should do it for the future of humanity. I would think getting a population up there would be legit to making sure our species survives haha. WORTH it imo

    16. Nikita Sharma

      i get so emotional watching NASA missions - it just has so much emotions- all of them

    17. Lputaa

      I love y'all... next time put me on the rover...not kidding 🙄😉👍🏿

    18. Its Nitesh

      Nasa nasa

    19. Its Nitesh


    20. mayhaps monique

      space exploration is unironically one of those few things that make being alive in today's time worth it. i'll be glued to the screen watching artemis III.

    21. Maximus Decimus Meridius

      Where's the star's? Isn't space supposed to have star's no?

      1. Choupa

        Camera exposure

      2. Maximus Decimus Meridius

        @Mark T Haha space propaganda

      3. Mark T

        Because of the exposure on cameras it is hard to see the stars; the stars are quite dim compared to the bright surface of the moon, therefore if you were to increase the exposure on the cameras so that you could see the stars, the rest of the image would be completely white.

    22. Dick Sisco


      1. Dick Sisco

        @E. Rose its Devon Island!!! With a red filter, 🐑🐑🐑

      2. E. Rose

        You wish.

    23. Danielb1405

      I'd really like to go to the moon sometime in the future.

    24. Hoi4 God

      "See this is proof that nasa faked the moon landing"

      1. Hoi4 God

        Also this was a joke so yeah

      2. E. Rose

        @Hoi4 God And why are you here other than to spread your ignorance?

      3. Hoi4 God

        Bud stop lying to me your just here to keep the truth from the comment section

      4. E. Rose

        @Hoi4 God I don't work for NASA and you can't handle the truth.

      5. Hoi4 God

        @E. Rose You work for nasa and you are trying to hide the truth

    25. Din Mastor


    26. abraham john

      If Nasa will help. I will help too for achieving your dreams.

    27. abraham john

      Yes I know. It is a crazy request about Nasa. because millions of people apply for the chance to visit international space station. But this is a craze about me and I know it

    28. _rxn_

      These were times....

    29. Ashleen Nahal

      Whoa!!!!!!!!! This is sooooooo amazing!!!!!! I am so proud of you, NASA, engineers and everyone!!!

    30. PEDRO SCCP


    31. Michael Perry


    32. DiegoR

      How hard is rocket science anyways?

      1. AspireRL

        VERY hard

    33. The Drawn Potato

      I gotta say Apollo mission was great! But there new mission called artemis, i hope artemis will make it to the moon.

    34. C

      The earth is flat, wake up

      1. Kyle Thomson

        @Choupa no :)

      2. Choupa

        Give us evidence

      3. Kyle Thomson

        imagine having that type of privilege to just say whatever you want and believe whatever you want with no consequences.

      4. Rin Bañares

        The earth is round, stop living under a rock.

    35. BecomingArsalan Yt

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    36. Diego Salazar

      Being able to say “I walked on the moon” is a really huge flex

    37. no

      When the recording on the moon is better than the recording in earth

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    40. Space Facts Wax

      Thanks for sharing. I had the opportunity to view a rocket launch in 2018. Incredible experience. I posted a pretty fun montage of the journey to my channel.

    41. Carlos Gonzalez

      3:47 a leaf floating around. What?

      1. E. Rose

        @Carlos Gonzalez Why did you even ask the question in the first place if you think you got it all figured out already? Who cares if you believe it or not? Has it occurred to you that the dust was already blown away during the landing?

      2. Carlos Gonzalez

        Its all lies. Wernher von braun wrote a book Project Mars. In the book someone named Elon is the one who colonizes Mars. How many people named Elon have you met in your life? I have met none. One must be a coincidence theorist to believe this is just one of them..and with all that dust on the moon i am supposed to believe there was no dust when the vessel ascended. But just some debris that came off the lunar module. Have you heard of nasa s donald pettit?? Check him out. They mock people like you all day long.

      3. E. Rose

        @Carlos Gonzalez The command module and the lunar module were filming each other.

      4. Carlos Gonzalez

        Who filmed the vessel?? Was someone floating in space? Was there another vessel out there filming it?

      5. Will .C

        @E. Rose thank you

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    43. syno

      OK another moon manned mission reaching 50th anniversary Epic

    44. Walter Burton

      *Edgar Mitchell, lunatic.

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    46. Boateng Aboagye

      I really love NASA

    47. Michael Kohler

      Alles Lüge.

    48. Veraleee

      This is amazing ❤️ Can't wait for the next Lunar landing and Mars exploration🚀🚀🚀

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    52. Amrut Pattanaik

      All in, P. Roadmap, please.

    53. Robert JACTR/Drones Morales

      Muy buen reportage 👏👏👏

    54. Fio Pio

      Let’s go back ~ Artemis!

    55. Amber Lasater

      Wow, 49 years ago this last Friday

    56. Amber Lasater

      that was a year before I was born


      It was all a 🤥🤥

    58. Adityachk2002

      I cried watching this

    59. Adityachk2002


    60. The Nasiudk

      In 2024 you guys better bring an 8K camera to the moon so everyone can believe it

    61. Riley Rider

      I thought this happened just 6 days ago. I was about to freak out and have a party, man, come on. Do it for the kids at least.

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    64. Mc Pain

      I can't believe such thing....

    65. ppg2358

      If I ever step foot on Moon, I am not coming back.

      1. Obamarang

        Oh I would change my mind about that in a few days there!

    66. mike hosken

      Alan was very lucky getting his ear fixed as a lot of doctors would not operate. Was glad to read he made it to the moon and played golf., goes to show never give up on your dreams

    67. Stu T

      There should have been a permanent moon base from those early landings, better late than never

    68. abeperez perez


    69. Nihareeka Kumar

      I'm looking forward to artemis more than ever now!

    70. Mark Gallagher

      No way flat as

    71. Eduardo julio vieira da costa

      Let's Go EUA COFFE

    72. Eduardo julio vieira da costa

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    73. Black Hair

      comments not switched off.

    74. Elijah A.

      This video is a lot more positive than the Wikipedia article.

    75. DOW

      gonna happen soon.

    76. MJay Joseph

      So why haven't we been back there yet! since...the smart phones that we have in our pockets today have more computing power than the computers that were in NASA back in the 70s, you know what i think too much politics at play smh 😒

      1. Rin Bañares

        @Carlos Gonzalez thats not a leaf

      2. Carlos Gonzalez

        How is there a leaf blowing around on moon? 3:47. Never went in the first place.

      3. MJay Joseph

        @Falcon HeavyThat's one

      4. Falcon Heavy

        @MJay Joseph Lack of funding because of politics.

      5. MJay Joseph

        @Laim That's one of the things i heard 🤔

    77. frst.

      are we gonna ignore the fact that the first moon landing was in 19 _69_

      1. Bop

        Yeah because it’s not at all funny

    78. S R

      Why their is not a single video footage of the earth shown from the moon surface (any Apollo missions)

      1. Falcon Heavy

        @Carlos Gonzalez That's not a leaf. It's a piece of kapton from the descent stage.

      2. Carlos Gonzalez

        There is leaf blowing around on moon. 3:47. What? This video put out by nasa.... On apollo 17 there is an image of the so called earth. Same size as the moon when viewed from earth... What? Think people...... 😞

      3. Falcon Heavy

        There is. Apollo 17.

    79. PATT GAMER1

      you like space x?

    80. Mayura Gamage

      Soon i will go to Moon..who wanna join with me?

    81. Jitendra purohit

      भाई यह सब जो आप अपना फोटो दिखा रहे हो यह सब तो अपोलो अपोलो इलेवन मैं हुआ था और यह सब सबूत अपोलो इलेवन में छोड़े गए थे तो आप अपोलो होटल में कैसे दिखा रहे हो और जो अपोलो फोर्टीन का रॉकेट लॉन्च हुआ वह अपोलो इलेवन में हुआ था और जो पॉलिथीन की लैंडिंग होती थी

    82. Jitendra purohit

      yah to Apolo Allahabad hai

    83. Tommy Harrison

      Makes me proud to be an American 🇺🇸

    84. ARjin Che


    85. Beaux Baker

      50 years later with all the tech we have now and maybe in 2024...

      1. Alex Siemers

        The problem is money and NASA’s current bureaucracy

    86. Larry Mendoza

      My 5th grade class and I think you ROCK!!!!

      1. Carlos Gonzalez

        Hey teacher. See if they can tell what kind of leaf is blowing around on moon. 3:47.


      Respect !!!

    88. Finn

      Cool story, bro!

    89. Sgt.Monkol Photakul

      Hi 04/01/2021

    90. Peppe Ddu

      This stuff never looks old. It's amazing how far ahead they were back then and much they did with the little technology they had.

      1. Falcon Heavy

        @Peppe Ddu What does computing power have to do with landing on the Moon. Spacecraft were capable of reaching Mars in 1971 with the very limited computing power.

      2. Peppe Ddu

        @Andy Burk and computers less powerful then the chip in your iPhone connector.

      3. Andy Burk

        lol, ikr, we were lucky to have electrified lighting and indoor plumbing, yessirreee...

    91. An Onamus

      The United States owns Space.

    92. Luke Topham

      we all know they only going there again for the H3

    93. bryn_wlkr

      Apollo 11 editan ya min sarimin? hahaah..

    94. Tazkiya sarah Syauqillah


    95. DankNoodles420

      if you play the video from the start at 0.25 speed it sounds like the beginning of a sad song.

    96. EpicTiger 192

      Does the people in space get covid-19?

      1. Obamarang

        @Alex Siemers Yes I know right! I actually have a LIFE magazine from days after the landing. When it was written they were still in quarantine to check for any 'moon bugs'.

      2. Alex Siemers

        No, but funny enough they still had to quarantine when they got back from the moon

    97. DoglinsShadow

      Let's go back!!! Get to the moon then go to Mars.

    98. หมาโง่ ชิบะ

      Fight with aliens

    99. Stargazer681

      I want to be up there

    100. awsumguy7680

      kerbal space program