A voice is bounced off the moon in the form of radio signals and received by transmitter. USA.
Item title reads - 'Hello' via the moon!
Voices translated into radio signals are bounced from New Jersey onto the moon and received by a transmitter in California. America (USA).
M/S experiment station at Holmdel, New Jersey, various shots of the big transmitter dish. M/S antennae. Animated shot of the earth and moon, showing radio beams going out and hitting the moon then bouncing back. L/S transmitter at the other end of the line which is at Goldstone in the Californian desert, camera pans to show moon visible in the daylight sky. C/U moon. C/U technician adjusting equipment. C/U another technician. C/U piece of equipment. C/U man at Holmdel speaking into telephone (natural sound starts). He asks how long the transmitter takes to broadcast his voice and receives the reply. L/S dish at Goldstone, pan to show the moon. C/U moon.