Apollo 11 @ 40 Competition – win a signed cutaway of the Apollo Command Module

This Monday is the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing, and to celebrate this iconic event,we are offering you the chance to win a signed technical cutaway of the Apollo Command Module.

To win this very special prize, 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:

Astronauts

Painstakingly

Orbit

L
unar

Landing

Occasionally

or more comically:

Astronauts

Pee

Over

Lunar

Landing

Occasion

There are 3 ways to enter. You can either comment in the comments area below, enter in our forum area AirSpace, or enter on Twitter by replying to our Flightglobal account (@flightglobal).

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7 Responses to Apollo 11 @ 40 Competition – win a signed cutaway of the Apollo Command Module

  1. John S. 19 July, 2009 at 2:46 am #

    A tribute to Eugene A. Cernan, Ronald E. Evans, and Harrison H. Schmitt, the crew of Apollo 17:

    Astronauts
    Performing
    Our
    Last
    Lunar
    Orbit

  2. Bill Long 20 July, 2009 at 10:45 pm #

    Astronauts
    Press
    Onward;
    Lunar
    Landing
    Obtained

    American
    Push
    Overcomes
    Laughter,
    Lands
    Opportunity

    Action,
    Perseverance,
    Opportunity:
    Leap,
    Land,
    Oh!

    Amazed,
    Proud,
    Overwhelmed;
    Long,
    Long
    Over

  3. Ricardo Reis 21 July, 2009 at 2:25 pm #

    A mplify
    P erception
    O f
    L atitude
    L ongitude
    O utside

  4. michael 21 July, 2009 at 4:24 pm #

    Americans
    Proud
    Of
    Lunar
    Leap
    Outcome

  5. Rick Gould 21 July, 2009 at 8:25 pm #

    Achievement
    Prefers
    Opportunistic
    Lunar
    Lessons
    Overcome

  6. Rick Gould 21 July, 2009 at 11:43 pm #

    Accomplishment
    Prevails
    Openly
    Leaving
    Lunar Objects

    Achievement
    Prefers
    Opportunistic
    Lunar
    Lessons
    Overcome

  7. Barbara Centofante 22 July, 2009 at 1:22 am #

    applauding
    pilots
    over
    lunar
    landing
    objective

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