To celebrate the 50-year anniversary of Apollo 11, 300 Intel Shooting Star drones performed above the NASA Rocket Garden in Florida this week.
The drones lifted off with live music in a one-time custom edition of the Studio Drift art performance Franchise Freedom.
“The moon landing made us think about our lives here on earth more than life on the moon,” states Lonneke Gordijn of Artist Drift. “That’s what our work Franchise Freedom is about, human behavior on earth. NASA’s historic moon landing changed the perspectives in our role within the universe.”
The drone performance was commissioned by the Aldrin Family Foundation to commemorate the Apollo 11 event.