Posted by Mitch Mitchell on Jul 21, 2009
Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of man landing on the moon. Now Google has created something called Google Moon, which is the moon’s version of Google Earth. It’s actually the coolest thing, and there’s plenty more than what you see in this clip, and the clip tells you that.
Of course, just to throw this out there, there will be nothing showing the other side of the moon, as it never faces earth, ergo no light illuminates it. Just thought I’d mention it.
Enjoy this clip. Then come back and answer this question, if you were alive then; where were you when man walked on the moon for the first time? To read my story, check this out.