NASA Apollo 16 AI Upscaled
Apollo 16, launched on April 16, 1972, was the tenth crewed mission in the United States Apollo space program, and the fifth to land on the Moon. It was crewed by Commander John Young, Lunar Module Pilot Charles Duke and Command Module Pilot Ken Mattingly. On first drive of the lunar rover, Commander Young discovered that the rear steering was not working, so he alerted Mission Control to the problem before setting up the television camera and planting the United States flag with Duke. Read more to see some of this footage that has been upscaled AI.



During these lunar surface operations, Commander Young always drove the rover, while Lunar Module Pilot Duke was a passenger who helped with navigating the terrain. This split responsibilities between the two crew positions and was also used consistently throughout Apollo’s J missions. The footage you see above is when the Apollo 16 rover traversed to Station 4, shot on 16mm footage. It was interpolated from 12fps to 60fps with DAIN-AI.

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