Virtual reality images of the moon is a collection of panoramas made from high-resolution photos the twelve astronauts who walked on the moon took. (The rest of Panoramas.dk is worth checking out as well, by the way. Quicktime is required to view the panoramas, though.)
“Experience the moon just as the astronauts did – almost as you were there. View interactive QuickTime VR Panoramas in full-screen from the 6 Apollo Missions who landed on moon.
The links to the panoramas opens in a new fullscreen window which resizes to your screen.
All panoramas include original audio clips. Most of these are from the minutes around the time for the pans. On the Apollo 11 you hear the famous moment when Armstrong stepped down on the moon.”
If you want still more images of the moon, check out Google Moon!
About Google Moon:
After over three decades, we’re finally getting ready to go back to the Moon.
To help you prepare, and to whet your appetite for exploration, we teamed up with scientists at the NASA Ames Research Center to bring you this collection of lunar maps and charts. This tool is an exciting new way to explore the story of the Apollo missions, still the only time mankind has set foot on another world.