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Though 12 men have walked on the moon, only one could be the first. When Neil Armstrong, who died Aug. 25 , touched down in 1969 on the lunar surface, he and fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin made history and photographed their landing site in detail. This fitting panoramic tribute transports you to the Apollo 11 landing site and lets you see what Armstrong saw. Stitching together photographs taken by Armstrong himself, the full 360-degree view shows the flat volcanic regolith where the Apollo Lunar Module landed. Aldrin unloads material for seismology experiments in the background.
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A spatial representation of every star within 14 light-years of the Solar System in orthographic projection.
Shows the hours of daylight received during the year for an observer at a given latitude.
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