For the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Google has put together its own exhibition around the biggest adventure of humanity so far. Interested parties do not even have to take a step outside the door to enjoy the exhibition.
Google has designed for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission an extensive online exhibition around space, moon and the historic moon landing. The pages contain NASA photos and videos that provide insights into the Apollo preparation, but also review the successful mission itself. In addition, there is the opportunity to get to know the people behind Apollo 11 and the famous astronauts who have programmed calculator for the lunar landing mission.
Enter Apollo 11 In The Web Search To Command With 3D Objects
Together with NASA and the Smithsonian Museum of Aerospace, Google now brings the command pod of the Apollo 11 mission directly into web search and into the middle of your living room. This is where the new 3D objects are used in the web search, with which you can place the command capsule directly in the real world via an augmented reality-enabled smartphone and view it extensively. So you get a sense of size. Simply enter “Apollo 11” in the mobile web search. But with the space capsule it does not remain. In the Google Web search are also many virtual and interactive stories, which consider the moon landing from completely different aspects and times. Simply enter “Apollo 11 Mission” into the mobile web search.
The Web App Shows You A Very Detailed Map Of The Moon
The places where so far people have entered the alien planet. The places are marked by little astronauts. Clicking on this will open an information board with the most important information about the respective moon mission. Even Google’s culture offshoot Arts & Culture has prepared something for the special anniversary. On the home page you will find numerous exhibitions on space travel and moon landing. For example, you get a private virtual reality tour through an original space shuttle!