Neil Armstrong (CDR)

I think they're just getting to be a good team in the clinch.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Well, if they can do that well without a roof, think of what they're going to do with a roof.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

An old Oiler fan is trying to comment on an alien game.

Michael Collins (CMP)

You tell Michael Jr., history or no history, he'd better behave himself.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Roger. We'll pass that along, Mike.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, Houston. If it's convenient with you, we have an LOI 1 PAD that we can pass up to you now. Over.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Houston, Apollo 11. The next time we pass through roll 0, we're going to stop PTC and that will give us 90 degrees pitch. Now, I understand you want us to move from 90 degrees pitch to 0 degrees pitch for the platform align, option 1. Is that affirmative?

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

And we are ready to copy on the LOI 1.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, this is Houston. When you stop at 0 roll, you will be in approximately 90 pitch, 0 yaw, and 0 roll. We'd like you to run the first P52, that is, the P52 option 3, from that attitude. Then we'll uplink you a new REFSMMAT, either before or while you are maneuvering to 000, and then you can torque the platform around and run the second REFSMMAT. Over. Run the second P52. Over.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

And I copied you are ready for the LOI 1 pad. Over.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

LOI 1, SPS G&N: 62710, plus 098, minus 019, GET ignition 075 49 4965, minus 28897, minus 03944, minus 00686. Roll 358, pitch 226, 347; 01692, plus 00610; 29173 602 29108; sextant star 31 1066 358. Remainder of the PAD is NA. GDC align Vega and Deneb 243 183 012. No ullage. The horizon will be visible just below the upper edge of the hatch window 2 minutes prior to the LOI burn. It will not be visible in the rendezvous window on the left hand side. LOS at 75 hours 41 minutes 23 seconds. AOS at 76 15 29. AOS without the LOI burn 76 05 30. The values which you would see on NOUN 42 prior to LOI burn are HA plus 431.3, HP minus 128.2. Readback. Over.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

Roger. LOI 1, SPS G&N: 62710, plus 098, minus 019, 075 49 4965, minus 28897, minus 03944, minus 00686; 358 226 347; 01692, plus 00610; 29173 602 29108; 31 106.6 358. GDC align Vega and Deneb 243 183 012. No ullage. Horizon in the hatch window 2 minutes before TIG. AOS with an LOI 76 15 29. AOS without an LOI 76 05 30. HA before the burn 431.3, HP minus 128.2. Say again LOS time.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Roger. LOS time 75 41 23. Over.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

Understand 75 41 23.

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Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

11, this is Houston. Readhack correct. Out.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, this is Houston. Over.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Roger. Apparently we missed getting your onboard readouts on battery Charlie and PYRO batteries Alfa and Bravo last night. I wonder if you could give us some fresh numbers. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

You want the readings now?

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Yes, please. If it's convenient for you.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Okay. All three of them are still 37.1.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Houston, Apollo 11. The P52 option 3 is complete. We're maneuvering to 000.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Roger. We observe your maneuvering, and we'll have some uplinks for you in a couple of minutes here.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, this is Houston. We observe you're in P00. If you'll give us ACCEPT, we'll start our uplinks.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, this is Houston. Over.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Roger. We're on low bit rate at the present time so it's going to take us a little bit longer than normal to get this stuff up to you. Over.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

I guess we're in no rush.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Okay. We're here if you're there.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

The view of the Moon that we've been having recently is really spectacular. It fills about three quarters of the hatch window, and of course, we can see the entire circumference, even though part of it is in complete shadow and part of it's in earthshine. It's a view worth the price of the trip.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Well, there are a lot of us down here that would be willing to come along.

Michael Collins (CMP)

I hope you get your turn, and soon.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

One of these days, we'll be able to bring the whole MOCR along, I hope. Save a lot of antenna switching.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

One of these days, we could bring the whole MOCH along, and then that'll save a lot of antenna switching.

Bruce McCandless (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, this is Houston. Over.