To celebrate the Moon landing anniversary on Monday,we are offering you the chance to win a signed technical cutaway of the Apollo Command Module.
To win,all you have to do is use the each letter of the word APOLLO to create a new memorable or funny phrase (or a Mnemonic for those interested). Here are some really bad attempts that the flight team have made so far:
To enter, simply reply to this thread. The closing date is the 31st July.
AirSpace - more than just hot air
My really bad attempt is. Above Planet Orbiting Lowering Lower Ouch !!!
I am lucky if I remember to turn the camera on and remove the lens cap!!!!, but I have a go.
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So, what happened to this?
Thank you for all your entries so far for this exclusive opportunity to a signed print of the Apollo Command Module. We realise that the competition was meant to finish in July, but we have decided to extend the competition deadline until the end of this month (30th September), with the announcement that as well as a Signed print of the Apollo Command Module, the winner will now also receive a signed cutaway of the Saturn V and the Lunar Module.
To win, all you simply have to do is use the each letter of the word APOLLO to
create a new memorable or funny phrase (or a Mnemonic for those
interested). See above for some previous attempts to get your creative juices flowing!
All entries will be counted, including all Twitter entries. For all you Twitter followers remember to reply to @flightglobal.
Hello, We will announce the winner of this on Monday, so if you want to have one last go at this please do so over the weekend.
We had two entries on Twitter which go as follows:
simonyouens @Flightglobal After Procellarum Oceanus LEM Lifeboat 'Ome
DSSFeed @Flightglobal America Pilots Over Land Loving Organisms (apollo)
If you want to have a go on Twitter please reply @ to Flightglobal with your answer. Alternatively reply to this message. Remember, to win,all you have to do is use the each letter of the word APOLLO
to create a new memorable or funny phrase (or a Mnemonic for those
interested). Here are some really bad attempts that the flight team
have made so far:
Result announced on Monday!
So with the fantastic news that Ares I-X so far has successfully taken to the skies, i thought it would be fitting to finally announce the winner of the three cutaways. All the entries have been seen and rated by a esteemed panel and the winner is...Spaceman1969 with the following Mnemonic (which sounds so fitting on a day like today)
Well done Spaceman, i will be in contact shortly. For all you other unlucky entrants, keep an eye open on the Flightglobal shop over the next month to see how you can buy a signed technical cutaway of the Apollo missions.
Just received these FABULOUS cutaway this morning.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
I'm VERY VERY HAPPY