Live from Outer Space, It's Apollo 7!
Museum Specialist Jennifer Levasseur of the National Air and Space Museum's Space History Division discusses the impact of live television broadcasts during the Apollo program, starting with the television camera carried aboard Apollo 7 which produced the first live TV broadcast from space.
This video was created from a live audio recording of an Ask an Expert lecture presented on June 11, 2008. Ask an Expert is a free, informal lecture program presented to the public by Museum staff.
Total running time: 10 minutes,12 seconds
Produced by: Michael Joseph, National Air and Space Museum
Source materials: NASA, National Air and Space Museum
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