NASA to launch Apollo 11 40th anniversary website soon

by | Mar 4, 2009 | Seradata News | 1 comment

armstrong on Moon.jpg

credit NASA / caption: Neil Armstrong outside the LM Eagle during the first Moon walk

NASA is to launch its 40th anniversary website for Apollo 11 by 16 March but this month doesn’t seem to be linked to any particularly significant Apollo milestone as far as I can see

You can find the 30th anniversary website here but I am guessing the 40th anniversary site will have better whizzy graphics and more interactive content like this Apollo 9 feature has been given 

Find the above image of Neil Armstrong on the Moon and other images at nasaimages.org

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