Apollo 11 Rocket Projected onto Washington Monument

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Google Doodle came up with a short animated clip that recreates the launch of Apollo 11 and the first moon landing. Google Doodle's animated clip will let you experience the journey to the moon and back like the Apollo 11 did.

Space exploration to this day owes a very big debt to Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, Michael Collins and the 400,000 who gave their blood, sweat and tears for ensuring NASA's Apollo 11 mission place in history.

- The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum previewed their special 17-minute show, "Apollo 50: Go for the Moon", that will combine full-motion projection-mapping artwork on the Washington Monument with archival footage on adjacent screens to tell the story of the first moon landing.

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Their historic journey began with one of the most powerful rockets of all time - the Saturn V - blasting off from the Kennedy Space Center on 16 July 1969.

So why not celebrate that anniversary with this fresh as hell Google Doodle?

THE book used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to navigate the lunar module Eagle onto the Moon failed to sell last night after being put up for auction with a guide price of £5.5million to £7million. Also among those 4,00,000 were the mission's three astronauts - Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins. Only a short while later, Armstrong became the first person to set foot and walk on the Moon, uttering the now-infamous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind". Returning safely to Earth on July 25, 1969, the Apollo 11 crew were followed by 10 more astronauts, with the final mission taking place in 1972.

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