Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Apollo 11 Spacecraft in 3D (VOA)

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The Apollo 11 Command Module, named “Columbia,” went on an historic voyage in 1969. It took astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, and Michael Collins to the moon and back.
It is on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. But, if you cannot get to Washington, you will be able to see Columbia on your computer, or your smartphone. Digital scientists are scanning, or taking pictures, of the inside of the spaceship. They are creating an online model, in three dimensions, or “3D.” By looking at these photographs, you will be able to see the spacecraft the way the astronauts saw it. Scientists are using special 3D technology to scan it. They are not permitted to touch or climb inside the module. They use five cameras on long arms to take large 50 megapixel photographs. The thousands of photographs will be combined with the laser scans. All the images will be loaded into software that lets you to look around the spaceship on a computer screen. The user will be able to see the Columbia both inside and out. The Smithsonian Institution says that the 3D technology gives a person ways to see things they cannot see at the museum. Adam Metallo is a 3D imaging specialist. He says that no one has been inside the module since it came to the museum. Now, he says, with this information anyone in the world can view what it looks like inside this incredible piece of history. The virtual digital model will be available on line by the middle of 2016.

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