A man who claims to have filmed the first of the Apollo 11 moon landing hoax has given an extraordinary account of his experiences.
The footage, which was released today, is the first time a man has spoken publicly about what happened at the site in 1969.
A video released by Goldin and Gimlin shows them as they filmed the moon landing at Cape Kennedy.
They were filming the launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger, which had just been launched to the space station.
Goldin told the ABC the crew had been briefed about the risks to life on the Moon but he said they were not worried about the impact of the landing.
The crew was told it was going to be a high-speed crash.
When they saw the moon land, they were frightened, he said.
The astronaut’s footage shows him filming from above as the Apollo 15 rocket lifts off.
The crew are seen heading toward the launch pad and then heading back down to earth.
The video, which has not been released publicly, was taken from Goldin’s vantage point at the launch site.
He said he used a high definition camera and a lens that took the entire view of the launch.
“There were no clouds, there were no people on the moon, there was no moon dust,” he said, adding he filmed for about three hours.
Goldins wife said he was on a “space mission” and that his job was to film the mission.
“We were just there for the moment,” she said.
“The camera wasn’t working at the time and we had to be on the ground to get it going, so we filmed from the side.”
I don’t remember anything after that.
I don’t know if we saw the Moon or not.
“A statement from Goldins company, Spaceflight Industries, said the footage showed the crew was “overwhelmingly safe”.”
The video also showed Goldin, his wife and other crew members on the lunar surface for the first six hours of the mission, while Goldin was using his camera to film their return.”
The crew also remained conscious and alert throughout the entire mission.”
The video also showed Goldin, his wife and other crew members on the lunar surface for the first six hours of the mission, while Goldin was using his camera to film their return.
Goldinas mother, Karen, said her son was a “lone wolf”.
“He was very brave and he was trying to do what he thought was right,” she told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
“But we knew that he was very worried and worried about his safety and he didn’t have any real resources for that.”‘
It was a little bit frightening’Goldin said he had no idea what the crew of the Challenger was filming.
“That was a very big deal,” he told the BBC.
“It was like a little movie.”
“I had never heard of it, but I knew they were filming,” he added.
“And I said, ‘You’ve got to film it because it’s not going to look good on TV’.”
I said to my wife, ‘I don of course want to get my family into trouble.
I’m filming this for a living’.
“Goldin, who is a veteran of spaceflight, said he wanted to help the crew as much as he could.”
For us it was a pretty crazy time, so to do something like that would be amazing,” he explained.”
But you can’t help what you don’t understand.
It was a big thrill to be there.
“The first astronauts on the Apollo missions were William Garriott, who was the first to orbit the Earth, and Alan Shepard, who became the first man to walk on the surface of the Moon.
The astronauts on both missions were later killed in a lunar lander explosion.
Golds story is not the first story to emerge from the film of the astronauts.
In 2009, James O’Keefe, a journalist for Project Veritas, released a documentary about the Apollo program, which found footage showing a young astronaut and a woman being taken to the lunar module in 1967.
The documentary sparked a wave of anger among the space community.”
They took it as gospel truth and there was a lot of pressure on NASA to get the footage out, and to make it public,” Goldin told ABC Radio.”
You would think that a film like that was going a lot further.
But it didn’t.
“He said he and his crew were not paid for their work.”
No-one was paid for it,” he admitted.”
So I thought, ‘well, I might as well do it’.”‘
It didn’t matter what I thought’Goldins video was released as part of a project called Apollo 13: The Official Story.”
A few months after the film was released, NASA asked me to do another film on the mission,” he recalled.”
As it turned out, the crew were just as scared as I was.
They didn’t want to talk about it.
They were very scared.