Warren Harold at the Johnson Space Center has created a great thing: a digital library of panoramic photos of the Apollo landing sites. Even better, the photos are supported with zoom and pan functions, so you can waste an entire morning studying the details of the moon’s surface. My favorite is the Apollo 14 landing site—it’s surreal in its clarity. Click here to go to the Apollo Surface Panorama page at the Lunar and Planetary Institute.
19 07 2013