Apollo 11 Moon Landing Giveaway with Simulation Curriculum & Celestron!

Hey, space fans! It's been 50 years since astronauts first set foot on the moon and to celebrate, we've teamed up with Simulation Curriculum (makers of Starry Night Software and SkySafari 6) and Celestron for an epic giveaway of awesome moon-themed prizes. 

Do you have the right stuff to enter this giveaway? All you have to do is pick the region of the moon where Apollo 11 astronauts landed their Eagle lunar module, then enter you email (after reading the disclaimer, of course) for a chance to win. 

A grand prize winner will be selected at random on July 24, exactly 50 years after Armstrong, Aldrin and Apollo 11 command module pilot Michael Collins returned to Earth from their historic mission. And check out our full guide to Apollo 11 here!

Apollo 11 giveaway details

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Tariq is the Editor-in-Chief of Space.com and joined the team in 2001, first as an intern and staff writer, and later as an editor. He covers human spaceflight, exploration and space science, as well as skywatching and entertainment. He became Space.com's Managing Editor in 2009 and Editor-in-Chief in 2019. Before joining Space.com, Tariq was a staff reporter for The Los Angeles Times covering education and city beats in La Habra, Fullerton and Huntington Beach. In October 2022, Tariq received the Harry Kolcum Award (opens in new tab) for excellence in space reporting from the National Space Club Florida Committee. He is also an Eagle Scout (yes, he has the Space Exploration merit badge) and went to Space Camp four times as a kid and a fifth time as an adult. He has journalism degrees from the University of Southern California and New York University. You can find Tariq at Space.com and as the co-host to the This Week In Space podcast (opens in new tab) with space historian Rod Pyle on the TWiT network (opens in new tab). To see his latest project, you can follow Tariq on Twitter @tariqjmalik (opens in new tab).