Thursday, July 16, 2009

Relive Apollo 11 - already in progress

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum has prepared a robust, multi-media web experience for reliving the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon. The Apollo 11 mission launched July 16, 1969 and reached the Moon on July 20.

Tune in to the mission transmissions on this 40th anniversary at

We Choose The Moon (

The site will plug you into the current state of the mission and has many tangents to keep you occupied during quiet times (especially the "loss of signal" intervals). Keep the site running in the background while you work away at the tasks of the day.

Forty years later, the Apollo missions to the Moon remain the greatest journey ever undertaken by mankind. In 2009, that milestone should be both celebrated and mourned.

When will we do better?

(Hat tip to Paul Robinson.)

1 comment:

LeeTramp said...

We Chose the Moon is pretty fun to have on in the background, then every so often you hear an announcement and you can pop back over to that tab in your web browser to see what's up.