Three landing strips on the moon were sold at 1.82 million dollars – REUTERS
were sold for $ 1.82 million auction of Sotheby's in New York on Saturday.
They were bought by Gary George at a government surplus auction in 1976
Their duration is two hours and 24 minutes. all over the world during the moon landing on July 20, 1969.
Cadres spread all over the world lost their quality since they were seen on TVs because they were transmitted through microwave towers
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These tapes are left in the house. They represent "the earliest, most accurate and accurate surviving video images of the first steps of the man on the moon," says Sotheby's. the telephone conversation with US President Richard Nixon.
The tapes were recorded on a Westinghouse camera that NASA had ordered to send footage back to the ground.
Mr. George is an engineering student at Lamar University, Texas, and a trainee at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston.
He buys about 1500 magnetic tape drums and gives Farthest, except for three that his father noticed were marked with "APOLLO 11 EVA | 19659 The buyer of the tapes was not disclosed by Sotheby's.