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Adapting to a New World 19 McCandless: Houston. Roger. Out. (long pause) McCandless: Buzz, this is Houston. Have you removed the close-up camera from the MESA yet? Over. Buzz comes into view and joins Neil at the MESA. Aldrin: Negative. Thank you. (long pause) Armstrong - "The Gold camera got added very late. It was an irritation. It was not that the crew was inflexible or anything. But, over the previous years and other flights, our history had told us that, when we added experiments or procedures very late - without the chance of having to find out how they interacted with other events on the timeline - we inevitably found ourselves in difficulty in flight as a result of those additions.
These instruments were integrated into or linked to a central station, which was powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator ( R T G ) that was in turn fueled by plutonium-238. Needless to say, the launch of a plutonium fuel element in a spacecraft was controversial, but the material was stored in a fuel cask that was designed to withstand Earth re-entry in the event of an accident. 5 years, exposed to the hostile lunar environment and bombarded by micrometeorites and radiation. To 30 On The Moon: The Apollo Journals evaluate the effects of this exposure, the Apollo 12 crew brought back Surveyor's scoop (the one used to dig its trench) and Surveyor's TV camera.
It was an irritation. It was not that the crew was inflexible or anything. But, over the previous years and other flights, our history had told us that, when we added experiments or procedures very late - without the chance of having to find out how they interacted with other events on the timeline - we inevitably found ourselves in difficulty in flight as a result of those additions. " [Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package, later known as the ALSEP, Apollo Lunar Scientific Experiments Package] Armstrong - "Yeah.
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