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The original videos beamed to Earth were stored on giant reels of tape that each contained 15 minutes of video, along with other data from the moon. In the 1970s and '80s, NASA had a shortage of the tapes, so it erased about 200,000 of them and reused them. - Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
"It's certainly a little better than the original," Launius said. "It's not a lot better." - Smithsonian Institution space curator Roger Launius, a former NASA chief historian
Originally posted by Hemisphere
Here's one of the existing moonwalk videos: