Moon in Google Earth - Fly to moon

“Moon in Google Earth” let you explore lunar imagery as well as informational content about the Apollo landing sites, panoramic images shot by the Apollo astronauts, narrated tours and much more. It brings the Apollo stories out of the history books, recreating them in an immersive and interactive 3D environment. In Google Earth 5.0, just click planet button, and choose Moon. […]

“Moon in Google Earth” let you explore lunar imagery as well as informational content about the Apollo landing sites, panoramic images shot by the Apollo astronauts, narrated tours and much more. It brings the Apollo stories out of the history books, recreating them in an immersive and interactive 3D environment. In Google Earth 5.0, just click planet button, and choose Moon. You'll be flow to the Moon, at which point you’ve all the same usual Google Earth controls -- drag your mouse on the globe to fly around, and use the Layers panel in the lower-left corner to discover content. Double-click any Layers item to fly to it.

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To commemorate, Apollo 11 mission's 40th Anniversary, the Command Module code (Comanche054) and Lunar Module code (Luminary099) have been transcribed from scanned images to run on yaAGC (an open source AGC emulator) by the Virtual AGC and AGS project.