Ektacolor-S Photographs:

These images are arranged in the order each was taken on July 4, 1969. They are low-resolution copies of the original scans to allow easy viewing using your browser.

 

Goldstone Ghost Town

Ron Bonn, Walter Cronkite and a CBS cameraman at the Goldstone Ghost Town site (C58-6-1.jpg)

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CBS camera crew at Goldstone Ghost Town (C58-6-4.jpg)

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Ron Bonn driving the NASA Jeep around Goldstone Ghost Town (C59-2-3.jpg)

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Walter driving in the desert near the Goldstone Ghost Town (C59-2-5.jpg)

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Walter near an open mine shaft (C59-3-2.jpg)

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Very underexposed image (C59-3-4.jpg)

Another underexposed image (C59-3-5.jpg)

Fort Irwin Luncheon

Luncheon at Fort Irwin Officer's Club, (back, l-r) Carolyn Riddle, Walter Cronkite, Bill Gill [hidden] (JPL Mars Station Assistant Director, Bob Ruxlow, Bendix Mars Station Manager (C59-3-6.jpg)

Left hand side of table, l-r, Tom Turnbull, Bendix Apollo Station Manager, Chip Cronkite, Unidentified JPL Employee (possible a JPL Public Affairs Office representative), [C59-4-1.jpg]

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Family Interview

A stop in the desert between Fort Irwin and Goldstone to film an interview with Mrs. Burton and children (C59-4-3.jpg)

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Goldstone Apollo Station

Apollo station Bendix Manager Tom Turnbull briefing Walter about the station's support of the upcoming Apollo 11 mission (C59-5-1.jpg)

Walter and Tom Turnbull in front of the 85-foot diameter X-Y antenna used to communicate with the Apollo astronauts (C59-5-2.jpg)

Walter observing the operation of the antenna by Servo Engineer Dee Yeaman (C59-5-3.jpg)

Tom Turnbull showing Walter the RCA Slow-scan Television converter used to process the TV signals from the surface of the Moon (C59-5-4.jpg)

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Tom Turnbull and Dick Kephart, NASA Assistant Station Director, show Walter the Station Operations Console (C59-5-6.jpg)

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Setting up for the interview with Dick Kephart (C59-6-2.jpg)

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