"Teammates Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and many, many others, hidden figures and math..."
This image is a composition of many elements. It takes the many even though we sometimes only celebrate the few. Working together, each using their strengths for a common goal enabled the United States NASA program to put mankind on the moon, complete the mission and return the participants to safety. It has been many decades since this happened.
Celebrating 50 years since the Apollo 11 space mission: the URLs below are for two songs I have entered into a contest - Music from the Moon. The contest is out of Huntsville, AL and open to all eligible participants at the web site: https://www.listenlocalhsv.com The final video is for educational and entertainment purposes. It is an animated video of the "A Race Into Space" with the audio accompaniment.
Six songs will be selected by popularity and additionally two more. If you like my work and care enough to support my aspirations to win some recording time, please listen and press the thumbs up for me under the You Tube video to give me a vote. You can do this for each of the following two song videos. Thank-you so very much for your time, consideration and vote!
I am a singer, songwriter, musician and the photographer/owner of Moments Photography for this web site. I sing using the name Lizzy Pearl and my You Tube Channel is Lizzy Pearl_singer Sandy. Lizzy Pearl Music graciously requests your time to have a listen and hopes for your vote! If you have any comments or questions please send me an email to [email protected]
Let curiosity and a bit a music take you away... links appear under the pictures.
"A Race Into Space" is a history lesson of the Apollo 11 mission.
"Go to the Moon" is a love song to the astronaut.
Below is the educational/entertainment version of the "A Race Into Space" song for your enjoyment. It is not a part of the contest.
Thank-you! Thank-you! Thank-you!