March 05, 2019

Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, professor, ethics and social research, published commentary on The Catholic Thing about the recently released Apollo 11 documentary.

..."But it turns out that everything else about the original moon mission, called “Apollo 11,” was filmed meticulously by over 200 high-quality 70mm cameras.  The filming was mainly to help the engineers, but incidentally for historical purposes. The documentary film which opened in theaters last Friday, Apollo 11, consists almost entirely of expertly edited footage from those great cameras."...

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