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YOUR LIFE ARIZONA azfamily.com: Suzanne Bissett, Host of "Your Life Arizona" learns about how Flagstaff's year long celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Her first stop, the The United States Geological Survey (USGS) Flagstaff Science Campus to see the training model lunar rover named "Grover". She then makes a stop at Lowell Observatory where Pluto was discovered in 1930 and home to the 5th largest telescope in the U.S.
Source: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio
Published: April 16, 2019 | Historical Date: March 29, 2019
The six Apollo landing sites are revealed chronologically as the phase and libration of the Moon is shown throughout the Apollo era. Annotations describe the landing sites and the durations on the lunar surface.
Learn more: NASA Science Solar System Exploration
The Unreal Engine team captured the remarkable interactive visualization of the Apollo 11 lunar landing in celebration of the mission’s 50th anniversary this year.
Submitted for consideration in Listen Local Huntsville's Music From the Moon Competition. "Where We Stood" was filmed on location outside Flagstaff, Arizona, in the same cinder fields that NASA scientists decided most closely approximated the moon's surface and thus elected as the location to test the lunar rovers. It is an ode to the human accomplishment of space travel, the optimism that such feat warrants, and the truth that our greatest successes are always achieved together. Support Sean Golightly and Hannah Prizznick with a like on their Youtube page.