Tag Archives: The Smithsonian

Neil Armstrong Spacesuit Conserved with Laser Scanning

On 16 July 1969, three men flew to the moon. Their spacesuits have since been kept at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC, but nothing lasts forever. The suit Neil Armstrong was wearing when he became … Continue reading

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The Smithsonian is Creating 3D Apollo 11

The Smithsonian is developing a detailed 3D model of NASA’s Apollo 11 command module and they are doing it with great care for the detail. I found this info interesting, “The Smithsonian’s digitization team is working with the 3-D design … Continue reading

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