To celebrate the upcoming fortieth anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing in 1969, the BBC's official Doctor Who website will be publishing a new short story in four parts over the next few days. Written by Oli Smith, the story sees The Doctor caught up in the events leading up to the landing on the moon and it features; mysterious aliens, sinister US agents, a threat to the future of mankind and much more. The first part of the story was uploaded earlier today and it can be viewed in full here. Following this first part, the second part will be published tomorrow and the third part will then become available on Friday. The fourth and final part will then be uploaded on the BBC's official Doctor Who website on the twentieth of July which is the exact date that the Apollo Moon landing occurred forty years ago. As well as uploading this story, the BBC's official Doctor Who website will also take a look at some of the Moon's appearances in Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures plus much more and you can view more details here. Links to further parts of this story will be posted here on this site as soon as they become available.