50 years ago Neil Armstrong was safely stepping upon a regolith ground, sending back to Earth short crackling messages of his unbreathable walk. Voyages Extraordinaires is a generative memory aggregator. A shuffle button throws this quasi-unpredictable interface into squelching AM radio soundscapes ranging from number stations to some glamorous Judica-Cordiglia records still squandering the ether. And if you click/tap on the screen you will add an audio visualization on the music by some talented sound artists. Yes, it is a buggy release. Presumably the definitive interface will be released on the first man moon walk centenary, so let’s count the days on and think for a minute we are living the quasi-future of which a weird man called Jules Verne wrote a century ago on his Autour De La Lune. Enjoy.