We Choose the Moon

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum has launched (ahem) “We Choose The Moon,” a Web site devoted to the historic flight of Apollo 11 that landed humans on Earth’s Moon just about 40 years ago. At 9:32 AM on 16 July the site is set to commemorate the launch by beginning “Stage 2” at the time of the launch (teehee) of the flight. If one goes to the site now, there are a raft of interactive features illustrating Stage 1 (e.g., President Kennedy’s speech launching [there’s that word again] the effort).

It’s a very rich and engaging site: WeChooseTheMoon.org. Enjoy it. Perhaps Cy Quick, who’s pined to see Cape Kennedy and the Rocket Museum at Huntsville, will enjoy it.


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