To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, we’re giving you the chance to win one of two copies of Mission Moon 3-D by Brian May and David J Eicher, signed by Brian May
Mission Moon 3-D takes you on a journey through time, illustrating the events that led to the Apollo 11 landing in July 1969, when Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon.
Mission Moon 3-D: Reliving The Great Space Race is a tribute from Brian May and David J Eicher, editor of Astronomy magazine, to the heroic moonwalkers that took those first steps. Featuring images from the NASA archives, now captured in stereo 3D for the first time, Mission Moon 3-D also features new statements from moonwalkers and narrative offering a fresh perspective on the space race.
Mission Moon 3-D by Brian May and David J Eicher is priced at £30 and comes with the Lite Owl 3-D viewer designed by Brian May
The book can be purchased from the Mission Moon 3-D website, watch the video below to find out more.
For a chance to win one of two copies signed by Brian May, simply answer the question and fill in the details below.
When was the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing?
A. 2 July
B. 20 July
C. 22 July
Terms & conditions: 1. You must be a UK resident, and aged 16 or over. 2. Entry is only accepted via www.photographynews.co.uk and is restricted to one entry per email address. 3. The winners will be chosen at random from the valid entries received by 11.59pm, Friday 30 August 2019. 4. The prize must be taken as offered and cannot be exchanged for an alternative prize or cash. 5. In the event that the prize cannot be supplied, no liability will attach to Bright Publishing. 6. Employees of Bright Publishing and their immediate family and agents may not enter. 7. Entries not in accordance with these rules will be disqualified; by entering, competitors will be deemed to have agreed to these rules. 8. The winners will be notified within seven days of the closing date and must respond within seven days of being notified, otherwise another winner will be chosen.