Michael Landes, founder of the moon landings organization Moon Express, is working on an “Easter Egg” that he hopes will be released sometime this year.
Landes and his team are working on a “Moon Landing Storybook,” which he said will be published by Apple this fall.
In the storybook, the “Easters” of the year are the “Moon landing”, “Mars landing” and “The Martian”.
Landes said he was “blown away” by the amount of interest the book has gotten.
He told me, “The response is overwhelming and really really overwhelming.
I’m really happy for the people who read the book, and they want to be part of it.”
The storybook is titled, “Moon-landing-Easter-Egg”.
“I’m excited that people want to read about this event that took place 20 years ago,” Landes told me.
Landesian’s Moon Express and the Moon Landing Story book will be available for preorder in July of 2019.
The book will also include a commemorative bookplate and other goodies.
Landis told me the book will feature a timeline of the events that took down the moon, including the landing of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on January 20, 1969, and the launch of the Apollo 11 mission on January 22, 1969.
The story book is due to hit store shelves this fall, with a preorder starting at $49.99.
He said that “the book is really going to be an Easter egg for the next couple of years.”
Landes is a veteran of the space program.
He is the former vice president of the Planetary Society, a nonprofit organization that focuses on exploring the solar system.
“It’s my belief that it was an intentional event that we were all going to see in 2023,” Landis said.
He explained, “In the ’70s, there was this idea that there were going to come a time when humans were going into space and we were going, ‘Oh, my god, this is the end of the world.
This is our last chance.
I think we’ve all got to get out of this.’
And it’s like, ‘Well, we’ve got to do this.
We’ve got a chance to save the planet.
We’re going to take advantage of the resources available to us and do something big.'”
Landes believes that the human race will never experience the same kind of “humanitarian miracle” he experienced in 2045, and that we are just one step away from having a global catastrophe.
Landedes said, “I think the way that we’re going is to be really big and devastating.
But there’s a way of going about it that’s going to end the world and be a lot more pleasant than the way things are right now.”