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What does the above picture refer to?


The third part has numbers that are ......... ?

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    $\begingroup$ rebus tag maybe? +1! $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jul 20 '19 at 9:12

Considering the date this question was posted, I believe this puzzle commemorates:

The Apollo 11 moon landing on 20 July 1969, fifty years ago.

Explanation of clues (one small step at a time...):

1. Clock showing 00:09 - this could represent '60' (minutes in an hour) and '9' (the minutes represented in the image) to give '69 - the year of the mission.
2. The Greek flag, representing the Greek god Apollo.
3. A list of numbers all divisible by 11.
4. A South African flag + reverse-cycle symbol - possibly contributing an 'SA' but reversing the 'an' to get NASA.
5. A picture of space.
6. Golf - a game which was played on the moon during the mission.
7. The Pacific Ocean - where the lunar module splashed down on return to Earth on 24 July 1969.
8. A military vehicle known as the Eagle 6x6 - the name of the Lunar Module in question, as in 'The Eagle has landed'.

  • $\begingroup$ Wow! This seems correct, I would think... $\endgroup$ – Voldemort's Wrath Jul 21 '19 at 23:23
  • $\begingroup$ Excellent!!!!... $\endgroup$ – Ak. Jul 22 '19 at 1:12

VERY Partial Answer

  1. I dunno!

  2. Flag of Greece

  3. The first three seem to be biprime or semiprime.

  4. SA... repeat?

  5. Galaxy golf... ?

  6. The Pacific Ocean

  7. A military vehicle called the Eagle, I believe.

  • $\begingroup$ Rot13(Gur 6gu bar vf pbeerpg, naq vs lbh svaq gur anzr bs gung zvyvgnel iruvpyr, lbh'yy nyzbfg trg gur nafjre. Nyfb Fbhgu Nsevpn≡ FN naq vafgrnq bs ntnva gel fbzr bgure rdhvinyrag jbeq.) (+1) $\endgroup$ – Ak. Jul 21 '19 at 5:52
  • $\begingroup$ Number 2 is rot13(gur synt bs Terrpr), and I believe 7 is rot13(Rntyr 6k6 yvtug gnpgvpny nezberq iruvpyr) found here army-technology.com/projects/… $\endgroup$ – JProblems Jul 21 '19 at 13:31

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