As if being an astronaut would not make you feel like a boss each time you go to work anyway…
No, you even get to play with the best toys in the pool:
Image © NASA, public domain
the complete NASA photo archive of the Apollo Missions is available on Flickr, free for all to use, since every single one of those images is in the Public Domain.
Check this link:
One artistic soul has already used the archive to creat this stunning stop-motion movie, comprised entirely of the photos in the gallery (except for the intro):
So, watch the video and enjoy the gallery, but be warned, the gallery is a time-sink!
Neil Armstrong, a hero of the 20th century, a living legend, the first man to walk on the moon has passed on.
And it is rare a quote from the Hávamál is as fitting as it is here:
Cattle die, kinsmen die
you yourself die;
I know one thing which never dies:
the fate of the honored dead.
Mr Armstrong, your life and your deeds will be remembered for a very long time to come, as long as your memory lives, you live on, too. Your star has not yet burned out, you are still an inspiration!
Neil Alden Armstrong: 5. August 1930 – † 25. August 2012