On July 20th, 2005, Google created Google Moon - it's like Google Maps, only with a scrollable, zoomable Luna. It was released on the 36th anniversary of the first moon landing, Apollo 11.
There's not much to see - the map uses public-domain images from NASA, and although the Man in the Moon's dark patches are clearly visible, there is not a lot else going on. It could come in handy if you're planning a trip, though.
The map also shows Maps-style locations of where the Apollo missions landed:
- Apollo 11, July 20th, 1969
- Apollo 12, November 19th, 1969
- Apollo 14, February 5th, 1971
- Apollo 15, July 30th, 1971
- Apollo 16, April 20th, 1972
- Apollo 17, December 11th, 1972, 1971
Also, if you zoom in all the way, you discover that the moon really is made of cheese. But it's just not Wensleydale.