If you're a fan of space exploration and NASA history, you're in for an absolute treat. Just have a look at the amazing video above, which shows simultaneously all six of the Apollo manned lunar landings from 1969 through 1972.
The multi-screen recreation was posted on YouTube by lunarmodule5 who writes of the project:
Probably the biggest project I have ever attempted. All the Apollo lunar landings, of the original DAC [data acquisition camera] coverage realigned to 45 degrees to show what the LMPs [lunar module pilots] saw on the descent, with the audio segmented from all of the flight.
Note: Except in three places the audio is in the correct position for the footage. I picked out the audio I thought was the most important. Even if I do say so myself - the end result is pretty impressive!