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Filmposter Apollo11
Film and presentation

Apollo 11: Event

180 minutes
Presentation and Q&A
Scott Millican
Moon landing
Tickets: € 20,-

On May 15 and 17 Omniversum presents in cooperation with the NVR a special screening of Apollo 11: First Steps. Mr. Scott Millican will introduce the film and will answer questions from the audience regarding his involvement in the Apollo missions.


19:15 Presentation and Q&A Scott Millican

20:00 Film Apollo 11: First steps

21:00 Q&A

22:00 Evening ends


Tickets are available online for € 20,-.  If you are an NVR-member you can use your action code in the second step of the process.  


Scott Millican

Mr. Scott Millican is the Apollo Astronaut trainer for the space suit the Astronauts used to walk on the Moon and he also developed the Lunar Surface Checklist and trained the astronauts for the procedures that would help take Apollo Missions from 11 to 17 to the moon and safely back to Earth.  He can answer questions regarding the Apollo in general but more specific about his role in the programme.

Apollo 11: First steps

Timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of NASA’s celebrated Apollo 11 mission, Apollo 11: First Steps is a thrilling cinematic experience showcasing the real-life moments of the first lunar landing.

“That’s one small step for a man, a giant leap for mankind.”

With never-before-seen 70mm footage and a trove of newly discovered audio recordings, the filmmakers reconstruct the exhilarating final moments of preparation, liftoff, landing, and return of this historic mission—one of humanity’s greatest achievements and the first to put men on the moon. Immersed in the perspectives of the astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, as well as the team in Mission Control and the millions of spectators on the ground, we vividly experience those momentous days and hours in 1969 when humankind took a giant leap into the future, leaving us marveling at human ingenuity and the impulse that led us into space.

Apollo 11: First steps will be shown exclusively in Omniversum from 21 May. 

Language: English, without subtitles. Original sound recording from 1969.

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