Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Roger. Copy all that, Neil. And we got an entry PAD if you're ready to copy. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Houston, Apollo 11. Ready to copy. Over.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Roger, Buzz. It's an entry PAD, MPL, starting with roll 05, 35—correction—359 152 001. GET 194 46 03 267, plus 1102, minus 17203, 068, NOUN 60, 36194 656 11894 36275 195 03 03 0027, NOUN 69, all four lines are NA. Picking up with D zero: 400 02 09. RET of blackout, 00 17 03 38 08 20. Sextant star, 02 0945 149. Boresight star is Scorpii theta, that's Scorpii theta. Up 315, right 35, lift vector up. And the comments: This entry PAD assumes no midcourse 6. And for your information, looking at it right now, based on all the tracking we got, that maneuver would only be a tenth of a foot per second. So, we'll probably skip it. We'll let you know more about that later. Okay. Your horizon check at EI minus 30 minutes, GET of 194 33 03, gives you a pitch angle of 298. Okay. The GDC, your backup align—Your set stars for the entry REFSMMAT are Deneb and Vega, 079 234 340. Standing by for your readback. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Roger. Lunar entry, MPL: 359 152 001 194 46 03 267, plus 1102, minus 17203 068 36194 656 11894 36275; 195 03 03 0027, four NA, 400 02 09 00 17 03 38 08 20 02 0945 149, Scorpii theta. Up 315, right 35, up. Assumes no MCC 6. Horizon at EI minus 30 194 33 03, and pitch 298. Set stars Deneb and Vega, 079 234 340. Over.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Roger. Very good readback, Buzz, and for your communication setup for tonight's sleep, we'd like OMNI to OMNI. Stand by.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, Houston. If you didn't copy that, Buzz, it was a good readback on the PAD. We've got a clock update for you that we'll have to you as soon as we can get it out to the site. We're in the process of handing over to Honeysuckle, and it will be a couple of minutes. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Okay. You want the computer to BLOCK?

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

We'll call you. You can stay BLOCK right now. We'll give you a call.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Hello, Apollo 11. Houston. Would you please give us P00 and ACCEPT? We've got a clock update for you.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Go ahead, Charlie. We're P00 and ACCEPT.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

11, HOUSTON. We've got the load in. You can go back to BLOCK. Over.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

And 11, Houston. One final thing. We'd like you to select your OMNI to OMNI, OMNI A to Bravo, high gain track to MANUAL, and beam WIDE. Your angles are 270 in yaw, pitch minus 50. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Roger. Fifty and minus 70.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

The angles, Buzz, were yaw 270, pitch minus 50. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Okay. Yaw 270, pitch minus 50.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

And Apollo 11, it's good night from a sleepy White Team. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Roger. Thank you very much. We're not as sleepy tonight as we were last night.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Yes. I guess you guys were pretty tired last night after that busy day.

Michael Collins (CMP)

That's affirmative. I couldn't even find the chlorine.

Charlie Duke (CAPCOM)

Hello, Apollo 11. Houston. Sorry to bother you, but we'd like to have you do a VERB 34 to get the NOUN 65 off of there. Over.

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Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Apollo 11, Houston. Are you up and at them yet? Over.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

Well, we're up, at least, Owen.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Eyeballing my Magellanic clouds. Over.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

11, Houston. Got your signals loud and clear, here. How are things this morning? Over.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Roger. Loud and clear, 11.

Neil Armstrong (CDR)

Okay. Everything *** to be all right here. So far, we haven't been looking in the cockpit yet. We've been spending our time looking outside the cockpit. ***

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Roger, 11. You're breaking up just a little bit there, Neil. Your signals are loud but are breaking up occasionally. Your spacecraft all looks good here from the ground. We noticed you stirring around the cockpit and thought we'd give you a call. Over.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

11, Houston. We do have a few items for you here, entry PAD's, consumables, and so forth. After you've had a chance to get organized, whenever you're ready to start on a few of these items, why, we'll read them up to you. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Go ahead, Owen. I've got the book now. I'm ready to copy.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Okay, Buzz. On your flight plan items, a few updates first of all. We've cancelled midcourse number 6. Just remain—remain in PTC. I'll give you a little more time this morning. Second item on the flight plan is we're ready for a BATT B charge anytime you want to put it on the line; and third item, we'd like a waste water dump a little differently this time. We'd like to do it on our marks from the ground. The PTC is a little bit ragged, and we would like to make the water dump at a time which we think will hold it in its proper configuration, so it looks like we'll have a desirable opportunity coming along in—between 15 and 20 minutes. And on our mark, we would like to have a waste-water dump down to about 40 percent. I'll give you a more accurate level for the water dump a little later. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Roger. You must have stayed up all night figuring this one out.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

11, Houston. Stand by just a moment here until we get out of the NO position on the antenna.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

11, Houston. We're over on OMNI Delta now. I think we can read you better. Did you get all those first three items on your flight plan update? Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

I got midcourse correction cancelled; battery B charge and water dump on your call. Over.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

That's right, Buzz; and the last item here, we do request that we do a P52, even though we're not doing midcourse correction; and we suggest you get to that after the waste water dump has been complete. We also have a state vector update for you, if you can give us P00 and ACCEPT. Over.

Buzz Aldrin (LMP)

Okay. You have the DSKY now.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Roger. We'll be sending that up, and I'll give you your consumables update now. It's—for a time of 170 hours, your RCS total is minus 3.5 percent, Alfa is minus 14.5, Bravo plus 7, Charlie minus 4.5, Delta minus 3; hydrogen total is minus 1, and your oxygen total is plus 24. Over.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Roger. Copy those. And onboard readouts, D is 69, C is 73, D is—Let me start over again. Okay. A is 51 and B is 62; C is 63 and D is 59. Over.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Roger, 11. Copy those, and we've checked them here on the ground, also. One correction to my last transmission. We would like that P52 prior to the waste water dump, which is coming up in about 30 minutes from now. Will that be possible? Over.

Michael Collins (CMP)

Oh, yes. We'll take care of that.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Roger. And if you're ready for an entry PAD, I'll read that up to you now, also, 11.

Owen Garriott (CAPCOM)

Okay. Entry PAD is area MIDPAC: 359 153 001 194 46 03 267, plus 1102, minus 17203 067 36194 655 11875 36275 195 03 03 00 28; DL and VL, all four are not applicable; DO, 4 00 02 10 00 18 03 38 08 21 44 2932 380; boresight star is Scorpio Theta, up 314, right 34, lift vector up. Comments: Entry data assumes no midcourse maneuvers. Your earth entry: minus 30 minutes; horizon check, 194 plus 33 plus 03. Your pitch is 297. This assumes an entry REFSMMAT. Your GDC align stars are Deneb and Vega. Roll, pitch, yaw, 078, 233, 340. Read back. Over.