Today was the 40th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch. To commemorate the mission, the JFK Presidential Library and Museum and AOL have created this site, which is a re-creation of the entire mission. It has a countdown for each stage, mission time, and time until they land on the moon (102 hours as of right now!) When the new stages begin, you get to watch a video of what happened during the stage and listen to the audio from the mission. There are video clips and picture galleries, too. You can download a countdown widget, and there are Twitter accounts for Capcom, the Shuttlecraft, and the Eagle Lunar Lander. It’s a really cool set-up, especially for people like me who didn’t get to see it in person in 1969. I’d definitely recommend you check it out.
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