NASA – taped over moon landing?

Wow. This wasn’t expected. On the anniversary of the moon landing in 1969, NASA officials stated that they “couldn’t find” the original footage of the lunar walk because it was likely taped over for another mission. They just released new restored footage of the moon walk based on the original broadcast. No explanation as to why no one recognized the first walk on the moon as something that should be saved! To cut costs, the Apollo 11 landing was taped over, but is now costing NASA over $200,000 to restore the broadcast footage.

Sometimes cutting corners isn’t always the best plan. What a huge oversight!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Performance Guarantee

Miro’s no risk Performance Guarantee is that the amount of cost savings that we uncover will be more than our fees.

Oracle Guides

Microsoft Resources

IBM Resources

Managed Services for Oracle Licensing

Miro’s Managed Services for Oracle licensing is a best practice approach for an organization to optimize and outsource the practice of Software Asset Management to specialized external experts to ensure the organization’s compliance with vendor rules and policies.

Learn More