I know that I missed the actual landing date by a week or so but I didn't wnt to miss it entirely.
n honor of this 40th anniversary Google has launched
Moon in Google Earth, an interactive 3D atlas of the Moon. You can now explore a virtual Moonscape, follow guided tours from astronauts Buzz Aldrin (Apollo 11) and Jack Schmitt (Apollo 17), see the latest rover concepts by teams competing in the Google Lunar X PRIZE, view high-resolution "Street View"-style panoramic photos, watch previously unreleased video footage captured from the lunar surface and much more.For those of us who have become jaded about seeing Google street level views of earth addresses, seeing the same resolution of the moonscape is exciting. To access this Moonscape, make sure you have level 5.0 of Google Earth 5.0 or go to http://earth.google.com/moon to get it. The moon is available on the main menu, under the location icon.