This picture of astronauts on the moon looks like it was...

This picture of astronauts on the moon looks like it was...
This picture of astronauts on the moon looks like it was...

Still from a restored picture of an Apollo 16 astronaut on the moon. Image: Screengrab from YouTube /
Dutchsteammachine

Around three years ago, NASA uploaded most of its film archives to its website and granted viewers free access. In total, the agency has put over 140,000 videos and photos on the online platform.

The chief editor of the Dutchsteammachine YouTube channel has now restored some of these historical recordings using artificial intelligence.

Most of the updated archives have been converted to a high resolution format. Some of them can even be viewed in 4K at 60 frames per second.

Among the best-known clips, the editor has released images of the Gemini 4 mission and the first space walk by American astronauts, as well as famous images of Apollo 11 with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon or the Apollo 16 mission with The First Moon Rover to Drive.

This YouTube channel features many other restored NASA archives as well as footage from Europe in the 1930s and 1940s. IB

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