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Gespräch in der Ausstellung "Sternstunden - Wunder des Sonnensystems" im Gasometer Oberhausen


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Title Gespräch in der Ausstellung "Sternstunden - Wunder des Sonnensystems" im Gasometer Oberhausen
Author Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
Contributors Bean, Alan
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.5446/12847
Publisher Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
Release Date 2010
Language English

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Subject Area Engineering
Abstract Alan Bean erzählt von seinem Aufenthalt auf dem Mond und von seinen Ansichten zu zukünftigen möglichen Missionen zum Mond und zu anderen Planeten.
Keywords Missionen
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1 of the questions that I had been asked me times come From now was a 4th man to get the opportunity
to walk on the way back in November of 1969 is Is it difficult to explain that to people on earth no slotted off walking on the moon reminded me very much when I was a boy In had on a snowsuit were Snow and I was cold and my mother put on a hat and gloves and boots varying and then I went outside and ran around in the snow walking on
the moon in a spacesuit feels a lot like that forces not cold out its hot but still you gotta be in this clumsy just as
I had to be usable up we were the 2nd edition of the 1st major
Neil Armstrong and Buzz altering a turnout for 1 giant their job was to get there and get back alive and get out quickly gather some rocks and put up a flat then they came
dissected admission instead look to this
Surveyor spacecraft cut
off the camera bring it home Cut
office the scoop bring it home go look around for rock important
rocks we thought we had a lot of geology training so that those rocks put out of flag without some experiments we will
win out the walked 2 different times for about 3 and a half hours each day so we had plenty of time to find a geology and bring it home well when
we were going to the and no
1 said look you can pick up a rock and put your pocket but we knew that the price of the mission is the risk and everything was for human beings in general so we never got a rock owner anything like that most of
the commenters I guess I have to say really ahead here just the memories of having had the good fortune out of all these
billions of people on Earth to be 1 of 12 humans they got a chance to walk around on another place besides
the I'm an artist left the space program almost 30 years ago with the idea
that I had been to another world only 11 people would done that and I said you know maybe I should pay my experiences and
leave those after dog not be here forever I'm 78 so these paintings of my adventures the adventures of the other astronauts they got to walk on the moon are what I'm leaving behind
as I did these paintings I wanted to have the best and I thought it would be fun but no 1 ever Davis a moon rock but they did give us the flag from this the patches on mice and
they were dirty so I cut those up and put him in the paintings so each painting has a small amount nevertheless it is moving dust from the Arsenal star well I have to say that my opinion about what's
next is not been very accurate because when I was an astronaut I imagined that we would keep going back to the moon and build a base there a colony of people and then about that time in in my life that we would then be going the Mars I thought that that was 40 years ago sent senior humans don't do things like that for very long we lose interest we have a short attention span eventually
humans will go back to the moon I don't know when I wish it
were next year doesn't look like it from our politicians President
Obama said were not gonna do that well they're in charge I guess we're not Sunday you'll be gone in another president of Common maybe you'll want to go to the moon or not and maybe then the 1 after that all wanna go to the moon or maybe a want daughter marchers she'll water March I don't even know but sooner or later human being sought the return of the moon exploration areas they're gonna build cities and they're going to go to bars and do the same thing just as people from Europe came over to the new world Sunday
people will have a life on the moon and Mars just as we gain from the old world where we are right on Germany's over to the new world if I were a young
man again with tuna are but if I were you I would want to go to Mars with vendors now we haven't explored a we haven't just look to a few little sexual little areas not very well he was good at the time but I do believe that things would be the most exciting to meet and also the rest of the people on Earth was daughter martyrs and then after we've gone there a few times and start thinking about trying to go to a moon of Jupiter some try to go to places that we haven't been that we wonder what their life and someday long after all of us are gone people will be standing here honor saying Let's get that rocket ready we're going to that star out there it's gonna take is about 5 years to get to because there's a planet around it looks a lot like the Earth Let's go there and see if human people like us there maybe they will look the same but maybe they're intelligent we could connect with salmon talk with see what they're like humans wanna do this it'll happen not not in my lifetime not in the viewers like that but sometimes sometimes I came here does it did
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