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Clio Muse is Moon-landing: Houston we Have a Tour

Clio Muse is Moon-landing: Houston we Have a Tour

There is an overwhelming amount of places on our travel bucket list and, yes, why not, some of them are not on planet Earth!

Clio Muse Τοurs in collaboration with Pamela Gay, distinguished astronomer and assistant research professor in Nasa, proudly announce that in a few months from now, on December 7th, the first audio tour for the Moon will be released!

With our eyes set on the space journeys of the future, we are designing a complete 10-stop lunar walking tour featuring stories related to the missions that have reached the Moon so far and details that shed light upon the complex geography -mountains, valleys, craters, and maria- of the mystifying lunar terrain.

Your audio tour will equip you with all the essential knowledge you need to explore the moon nice n’ easy at your own pace, including detailed navigations instructions, special tips and insider’s info from Pamela Gay! Thus, once there, you will know:  

  • How to stay strong and healthy in a weightless environment
  • How to put on your Astro-uniform 
  • How to move from each point of interest to the next (we wouldn’t risk having you wander aimlessly over the dark side of the moon, would we?)
  • What to eat during your stay 

Our lunar audio tour will be released on December 7th, 2019, the day marking 47 years after Apollo 17 landed on the lunar surface where Commander Eugene Cernan, Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt, and Command Module Pilot Ronald Evans, plus five mice, had the longest moon landing and the longest moonwalks, so far.

On December 19th, 1972 the crew and mice returned home and that was the last time man took a moonwalk. We’d like you to be next. Sign up below to get 10 % off and be the first to take a pioneering audio tour designed for tomorrow’s space travellers! The clock’s ticking…

*Pamela Gay is an Astronomer and Assistant Research Professor in NASA and a Senior Scientist in Planetary Science Institution (PSI). She has been awarded as Outstanding Science Educator of the Year by St Louis Academy of Sciences and as Researcher of the Year by Sigma Xi, SIUE Chapter in 2012.