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THE FULL SCREEN ARCHIVE
2004 July week 28-31


31-2004

The Democratic Convent in Boston. QTVR © Michael Quan


On thursday July 29 senator John Kerry accepted the nomination as president candidate for the United State.

The panorama was made at the convent in Boston during his speech after the election.

John Kerry Website www.johnkerry.com


APOLLO 11 - 17 Introduction to All Panoramas

30 -2 -2004
Apollo 11 Mission
First man on Moon

Photos Neil Armstrong NASA
Panorama and QTVR by Hans Nyberg

July 20 is the 35 year anniversary of the first landing on the Moon.

Commander Neil Armstrong was the first to step on the moon and Buzz Aldrin followed. They spent 21.6 hours on the moon.

The images which has been published as a 360 degree panorama before were in low resolution and not suitable for Fullscreen.

However 10 days ago new scans have been posted scanned by Kipp Teague for the Apollo Image Gallery.

I have stitched them into a high resolution panorama which now is presented for the first time in fullscreen QTVR.

You can also hear a soundtrack with the famous words said by Neil Armstrong when he stepped down on the moon.

View the famous image of Buzz Aldrin in super resolution

You can also view it from the panorama


Apollo 17 Mission
Last man on Moon

Photos Gene Cernan NASA
Panorama And QTVR by Hans Nyberg

Links:

NASA Home - view Armstrong today
and view the special 35 year feature


28-29 -2004
GREEK TRIUMPH IN EURO 2004

QTVR @ Nikos Pachtas


In Thessaloniki more than 150.000 people was in the streets Sunday night celebrating the victory until 5 o'clock in the morning.


28 - 2004
Cornerstone of the Freedom Tower laid at Ground Zero July 4

QTVR © Jook Leung - View 2 more panoramas at Jooks site

On the Independence day Sunday July 4 , New York laid the Cornerstone to the new Freedom Tower which is to be built at the site of the World Trade Center destroyed at the 9/11 terrorist attack.

At the cermony Governor George Pataki (in the centre of the panorama) of New York said

"Today we take 20 tons of Adirondack granite -- the bedrock of our state -- and place it as the foundation, the bedrock of a new symbol of American strength and confidence. Today, we lay the cornerstone for a new symbol of this city and this country and of our resolve in the face of terror."


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