DMP (lunar module pilot): What are you learning?
Hot spots on the Moon, Jack?
Where are your big anomalies? Can you summarize
Jack, we'll get that for you on the next pass.
(command module pilot): Hey, I can see a bright spot down there on the
landing site where they might have blown off some of that halo stuff.
Roger. Interesting. Very - go to KILO. KILO.
Hey, it's gray now and the number one extends.
Roger. We got it. And we copy that it's all on the way down there. Go to
KILO. KILO on that.
Mode is going to HM. Recorder is off. Lose
a little communication there, huh? Okay, there's bravo. Bravo, select OMNI.
Hey, you know you'll never believe it. I'm right over the edge of Orientale.
I just looked down and saw the light flash again.
Right at the end of the rille.
Any chances of - ?
That's on the east of Orientale.
You don't suppose it could be Vostok? (a Russian
writes (p. 141): "The Vostok flights took place in the early sixties and
were *strictly Earth orbiters*. They never reached the Moon!"