These are simply the best sets around regarding anything to do with the official NASA Missions. From Spacecraft Films, http://www.spacecraftfilms.com
3-DVD set including the complete television and onboard film from the first lunar landing.
DISC 1; MAKING READY
This disc features the stacking of the launch vehicle and spacecraft, stage by stage, in the VAB, checkout of the spacecraft with the crew in the altitude chamber, rollout to the pad, and operations at the pad.
Departure - Contains footage from launch day of the crew suiting up, transferring to the pad, and boarding the spacecraft. The TV launch is an edited Kennedy Space Center television feed of the Apollo 11 launch from T minus 56 minutes.
15 separate Launch views are available on-the-fly using the angle button on your DVD player. Static Views features the launch from stationary cameras and the vehicle moves out of frame. Tracking View cameras follow the vehicle. Pad Camera views are close-up and slow-motion. Surround sound tracks accompany the launches. Also contains footage of damage to the pad.
Fly Me To The Moon - After trans-lunar injection, the CSM turned and docked with the lunar module, then moved away from the Saturn V third stage for the trip to the moon. The docking maneuver was recorded with the 16mm data acquisition camera.
Tranquillity Base - Spacecraft separation prior to landing occurred when the spacecraft were on the far side of the moon. The operation was filmed with the 16mm data acquisition camera. After separation Michael Collins examined the lunar module to make sure the legs were properly deployed.
Lunar Landing was filmed through the lunar module pilot\\\'s window using the 16mm DAC camera. This segment depicts the descent with multiple audio tracks, including air to ground, onboard recorder, flight director, and LM controller loops. Lunar Landing commentary includes astronaut commentary from the post-flight debriefing.
The Saturn V launch vehicle remains the largest and most powerful successful launch vehicle in history. Thirteen times the Saturn V launched, and thirteen times it was successful. Apollo 11\\\'s Saturn V was its sixth flight.