Apple fanatics are celebrating the contents of a lost Steve Jobs time capsule.

"CNET" says the capsule was buried in Aspen, Colorado in 1983 after the Apple founder gave a speech at a conference in the area.  

The original plan had been for an excavation in 2000, but a major landscaping project made finding the capsule difficult until a group of diggers found it last year.

Among the contents that will be revealed during a "National Geographic Channel" TV show about the capsule later this month is an original mouse for the Lisa computer.