Dec 09 2012 7:49 a.m.
From Apollo 12 onward, the crews had hammocks they could lie in. However, it wasn't until Apollo 15 that the lunar stays were long enough - and the astronauts and mission planners had confidence enough - that the crews got out of their suits during the rest periods and, with the help of earplugs to cut down on the noise, really got some sleep. Aldrin may have gotten two hours of fitful sleep. Armstrong got none at all. ... more »05 00 30 01 Buzz Aldrin (LMP)
Good morning, Houston. Weird dream involving flying monkeys Tranquility Base. Over.05 00 45 23 Ronald Evans (CAPCOM)
Roger. Tranquility Base, Houston. Loud and clear. Confirm flying monkeys from OZ.05 01 01 20 Buzz Aldrin (LMP)
Confirm. Monkeys. And Joan was there. She was swatting at them. Over.05 02 33 40 Neil Armstrong (CDR)
Houston, Tranquility Base. Cannot recall dreams. Maybe something about high school exam.05 02 41 20 Ronald Evans (CAPCOM)
Copy. Were you wearing pants? Over.05 02 33 40 Neil Armstrong (CDR)
Houston. Cannot confirm pants. Kinda fuzzy guys, sorry. Over.