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Launch your own Apollo mission


This week marks the 50th anniversary of moon landing which was accomplished by Apollo 11. Apollo 11 took three astronauts to the moon and brought them back safely to earth. All thanks to the Apollo Guidance Computer.

Simulation enthusiasts have simulated the Apollo Guidance Computer, Now you can follow the footsteps of Niel Amstrong to land Apollo 11 in the moon




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