'World's biggest' image of the Apollo 11 moon landing: Stunning MOSAIC made of 8,000 different images from the iconic landing is made of a TRILLION pixels | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'World's biggest' image of the Apollo 11 moon landing: Stunning MOSAIC made of 8,000 different images from the iconic landing is made of a TRILLION pixels

A stunning mosaic image recapturing the remarkable image of Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon taken by Neil Armstrong has been created to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Developers Shoothill, a software specialist firm, created the mosaic from 8,000 images from all Apollo missions.

Some of the images were repeated and the total amount of images was 50,000, and they in turn formed a cell of the larger image.

In total it equates to a staggering one trillion pixels, which the firm claims could make it the biggest image ever made. Shoothill is waiting on verification from the Guinness book of records to confirm this.

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