50th Anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 Lunar Landing- NASA Approved Image
– Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin & Michael Collins
These 3 men, along with an entire nation accomplished something that was thought the impossible, pushed the limits against all the odds to beat the then USSR to the moon, causing a domino effect that eventually entitled our nation as “space supremacy”.
July 19, 1969 Lunar Landing
If this day on July 19, 1969 did not happen, or if the Russians beat us to the punch, or the mission failed, who knows where our nation would be today. It was because of this monumental achievement our nation has and will continue to encourage a robust space program. The lunar landing has and will continue to provide dreams for our youth. A mission to recruit the best and the brightest of our pilots, to join the elite explorers of the past and future to continue to look to the stars. Learn More
The Composite above and Images Used To Created It, Are All Public Images Used and are Originally Owned By NASA. The Images Used To Create The Original Oil Painting Is The Artists Interpretation. These Are From The Original Source Imagery Provided By NASA. The Final Painting, Print and All Products Ordered Will Have Subtle Variances From The Composite Scene Here. Artist Todd Krasovetz Is Granted Authorization To Use The Image Composite by NASA. Learn More