Moon Landing Logos From Bing, YouTube But Not Google

Jul 20, 2009 • 8:23 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News
 

40 years-ago today, on July 20, 1969, the United States's Apollo 11 mission, successfully landed a man on the moon. Some search engines, such as Microsoft's Bing and Google's YouTube have special logos for the day. Surprisingly, Google, Yahoo and Ask.com have no logo. We have a logo for the day also. Here are the logos from the 40th anniversary of the special day.

Bing:

Moon Day Logo - Bing

YouTube:

Moon Day Logo - YouTube

Search Engine Roundtable:

Moon Day Logo - Search Engine Roundtable

Actually, we had a logo two years ago as well. Maybe you will remember it:

Moon Day at Search Engine Roundtable

Forum discussion at Search Engine Roundtable Forums.

Update: At 3:30pm (EST) Google has added a special Google logo (Doodle) for the special day:

Google Moon Landing Logo

Also, Google's Street View Man is dressed in a space suit today:

Google Map Man in Space Suits Google Map Man in Space Suits

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Comments:

Brian

07/20/2009 07:35 pm

Google.com now showing a moon-related logo!

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