Apollo 16 In 60 FPS

On April 21, 1972, the tenth manned mission to the Moon, Apollo 16, touched down on at a location known as the Descartes Highlands. The original video footage shot by the crew was in 16mm format, with the images from the RCA J-series camera being decoded back on Earth at 12 frames per sec. Now, with the help of AI, YouTube channel Dutchsteammachine has re-encoded the footage at a smooth 60 FPS.

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