#Apollo50 .com : Domains that will turn into #moon dust tomorrow
The Apollo 11 mission that took men to the moon celebrates its 50th anniversary today.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins became the first astronauts of a mission that successfully landed on the moon.
Today NASA, the American space agency, celebrates 50 years since that memorable day. They have launched the project Apollo50, with videos, images and audio from the mission that landed on the moon. NASA refers to the event as “Apollo50th” but the logo shows “Apollo 50” instead.
Naturally, domain speculators registered a bunch of “Apollo50” domain names, such as Apollo50.com, .net and .org, .info and .us, along with Apollo50th.com, .net, .org and .info.
None of these domains has truly been developed into anything of substance, since the NASA project was announced in late 2017. And by development, we don’t mean a silly basic WordPress site.
These domains are linked to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, and by tomorrow their value will be turning to moon dust. Domain names linked to a specific year or anniversary become worthless, unless there has been extensive development to justify returning traffic.
Happy 50th, Apollo 11.
Here’s a list of domains that should be dropped soon:
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