NASA's getting into the swing of celebrating 40 years since Armstrong and Aldrin strolled on the Moon, and the latest party piece is some restored TV footage of those famous moments. It's all very nice, but we must do better next time.
NASA's been busy on the project for a little while, working with Lowry Digital--experts in digital image processing--to tackle the video tapes of the incredibly historic first moonwalk on July 20, 1969. The job is a big one, and obviously needs to be done with maximum care and attention, so it's not due to be finished until the fall.
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