The US Space Agency has prepared a lot of attractions for the historic landing of people on the surface of the Silver Globe. Thanks to them you will be able to feel as if you were getting the moon yourself.
On a website specially prepared by NASA, you can track progress and survive the entire course of the Apollo 11 mission in real-time +50, on the way to the natural satellite of our planet. It is hard to imagine that the mission was launched exactly half a century ago, on July 16, 1969.
NASA has made astronauts’ calls on the radio channel from the flight control center, camera shots, photographs, and even information about technologies that were used throughout the mission. Imagine that for the next days you can live the greatest cosmic achievement in the history of mankind, and all this through your computers or smartphones.
All you need to do is go to a dedicated site (see here). Have fun and remember your impressions. Already in 2024 you will be able to experience it again, this time live, when NASA will send to the Moon the first in the 21st century a manned mission within the Artemis project.
According to the information provided by the agency’s administrator, this time the woman will be the first to walk on the surface of the Moon. For now, it is not known which of the astronauts will be her, but no matter what, we can expect it to be an extraordinary event.