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The MoonScape Documentary Has Moved to a New Home!

In anticipation of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the MoonScape documentary and all 62 of its supplemental content pages from the 2nd Illudium Online Film Festival have been moved to a new stand-alone website. To see all of the legacy content plus lots more, go to https://www.apollo-11.tv

If you enter any of the legacy URLs into your browser, you will be automatically re-directed to the new website. If you selected the "2nd Illudium Film Festival" in the primary navigation, you ended up here on this page.

The new website is also a work of our own Bill Anderton who has greatly expanded all of the documentary's supporting content. The documentary and all of its supplemental content remain FREE to use by all comers. Simply complete a very short registration form and you will be given immediate access to the full documentary and all of the expanded content.

The production-grade site went live at 6:00 p.m. CDT on Sunday, July 7, 2018. At that time, the 62 related pages hosted here were retired and HTML 301 permanent redirects were made for all 62 pages to automatically redirect your browsers and search engine quires to the new site.

The purpose of the new apollo.tv site and the reason for moving to a standalone site with its own brand is to use these materials in support of STEM education. Starting now, a large-scale effort will be made to get teachers in all type of educational settings to use these materials. To support teachers and schools, use of the new website will be FREE for all users; this is a fully privately-sponsored effort.

The restored and enhanced MoonScape documentary will re-introduce the moonwalk to a whole new generation of students who have only previously seen short clips of the event and never the entire moonwalk just as our generation saw it live on broadcast TV on July 20, 1969.

In addition to the documentary, the new site has been well stocked with "explainers" for those students want to take a deep dive into the science, technology, engineering and math of put humans onto the Moon and returning them safely to Earth.

A private Teacher Portal has been added to provide teachers will lesson plans and suggested uses of the materials in their classroom.

You all are invited to join the new site and use the material as much as you wish. Space enthusiasts are welcome too!!