In July 1969, the crew of Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
The historic moment was marked by astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong taking one giant leap for mankind.
However, conspiracy theorists have tirelessly argued that the occurrence was an elaborate hoax.
Well, the Internet has served up a delightful little website that will let you relive that historic moment as it happened.
firstmenonthemoon.com includes real video footage, audio from mission control and transcripts.
Once you enter the site, you will be presented with a panel of windows.
On the left is the 'Air-to-Ground Loop,' on the left is audio from the flight director.
In the middle, is a window showing real spaceflight video footage.
The site launched first launched in 2012 but has been doing the rounds on the Internet recently.
Created by a software development business, Thamtech, the developers "Our goal is to capture a moment in history so that generations may now relive the events with this interactive educational resource."
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