July 16, 2009

Where Eagles Dare

Today, as you’re probably reading elsewhere, marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11, humanity’s first landing on the moon. Follow along with the mission on the beautiful We Choose The Moon. Related links of interest:

[For many more space-/imaging-related links, see this blog’s scientific & technical imaging category.]

Posted by John Nack at 6:14 AM on July 16, 2009

Comments

  • Steve Laskevitch — 12:57 PM on July 16, 2009

    Of course the Onion has captured the real emotion (if not the exact words) of the first men on the moon:



    warning: naughty words
    [Heh heh–excellent. –J.]

  • Daniel — 1:48 PM on July 20, 2009

    Haha, I saw the headline the Onion wrote for the moon landing. That We Choose The Moon site looks awesome, though. I saw a clip on http://www.newsy.com/videos/moonstruck_40_years_later but I haven’t been able to get on the site itself yet because I don’t have Flash 10, but what I’ve seen around the web looks pretty cool.

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