Digital Trove of Apollo Artifacts Debuts on Draper’s New Website: Hack the Moon (PRWeb) (PRESS RELEASE)

PRWeb: Digital Trove of Apollo Artifacts Debuts on Draper’s New Website: Hack the Moon (PRESS RELEASE). “Hack the Moon is free and open to the public. Visitors to the site… will find more than 2,000 images, 200 pieces of original content and 150 videos that tell the story of the Apollo missions. The site features a handy search engine, a mobile-friendly design and special sections on the people, the technology and the missions.”

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