50th anniversary of Apollo 11: Have a look at these panoramas from the Moon missions

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A panoramic view of Apollo 11 Lunar surface photos taken by astronaut Neil Armstrong at Tranquility Base of a crater Armstrong noted during the Lunar Module descent. Photo: NASA

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It’s the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 mission, when people stepped on the floor of the moon for the primary time. The Nationwide Aeronautics and House Administration has “stitched collectively” pictures from the Apollo touchdown websites and turned them into panoramic photographs. This provides a peek into what the 12 people who walked on the moon’s floor skilled visually

A panoramic view of Apollo 11 Lunar floor photographs taken by astronaut Neil Armstrong at Tranquility Base of a crater Armstrong famous throughout the Lunar Module descent. Picture: NASA

These photos of Apollo 12 lunar surface with lunar module pilot Alan L Bean and the TV were taken from just inside the rim of Surveyor Crater on the first moonwalk of the mission. Photo: NASA

These photographs of Apollo 12 lunar floor with lunar module pilot Alan L Bean and the TV have been taken from simply contained in the rim of Surveyor Crater on the primary moonwalk of the mission. Picture: NASA

A panoramic view of Apollo 15 lunar module pilot James B Irwin, using a scoop to make a trench in the lunar soil during the second moonwalk of the mission. Photo: NASA

A panoramic view of Apollo 15 lunar module pilot James B Irwin, utilizing a scoop to make a trench within the lunar soil throughout the second moonwalk of the mission. Picture: NASA

In this “stitched” picture of Apollo 16 lunar surface, lunar module pilot Charles M Duke Jr is photographed by commander John W Young collecting lunar samples at Station No. 1 during the first moonwalk of the mission at the Descartes landing site. Photo: NASA

On this “stitched” image of Apollo 16 lunar floor, lunar module pilot Charles M Duke Jr is photographed by commander John W Younger gathering lunar samples at Station No. 1 throughout the first moonwalk of the mission on the Descartes touchdown web site. Picture: NASA

A photo of Station 8 and (Mons) Mt Hadley taken during the third moonwalk of the Apollo 15 mission. Photo: NASA

A photograph of Station eight and (Mons) Mt Hadley taken throughout the third moonwalk of the Apollo 15 mission. Picture: NASA

Here’s an image of Apollo 17 lunar surface at the Taurus-Littrow landing site taken during the second moonwalk of the mission by Apollo 17 commander Eugene Cernan and lunar module pilot Harrison (Jack) Schmitt. Photo: NASA

Right here’s a picture of Apollo 17 lunar floor on the Taurus-Littrow touchdown web site taken throughout the second moonwalk of the mission by Apollo 17 commander Eugene Cernan and lunar module pilot Harrison (Jack) Schmitt. Picture: NASA

These changes have been made based mostly on observations of the Moon walkers who reported that there are not any stars seen within the sky as a result of shiny lunar floor reflection of the Solar.


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