How the TV was seen inside the Iron Curtain
In March 2006, Stan Lebar, Program Manager for Westinghouse Lunar Television Cameras, gave a public lecture at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.
In this excerpt, he tells two stories of how people saw the live television of Armstrong and Aldrin on the lunar surface. The second tells the story of a family in rural Romania who watched the broadcast live.
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