Historic footage from the Apollo Moon landings is not so great. The footage is often grainy, blurry, and in some cases (to conserve film) only 24, 12, 6, or even 1 frame per second.
A photo and film restoration specialist, who goes by the name of DutchSteamMachine, has worked some AI magic to enhance original Apollo film, creating strikingly clear and vivid video clips and images. Read more about the technique here.
Apollo 15’s landing site at Hadley Rille in 60 fps (originally 12 fps)
Apollo 11 First Steps on the moon in 24fps, originally filmed in 12fps.