Explore Never-Before-Seen Content on Interactive Sept. 11 Timeline (UPDATE X6)

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The National September 11 Memorial & Museum launches a Web-based interactive 9/11 timeline that creates a unique multimedia landscape using images, audio and video to chronicle the events of the day. Explore the timeline now at timeline.national911memorial.org.

"The  9/11 timeline is another way for the 9/11 Memorial Museum to continue its mission to educate by using dynamic tools designed for teaching and learning. The timeline tells the story of the day as it unfolded, minute by minute, in the air and on the ground, using first-person accounts from survivors, first responders, and witnesses," 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels said.

Updated:  NY1's Vidya Singh produced a must-see report on the timeline for the cable news channel. Click here to view the report.

Read about the 9/11 timeline in The New York Times. Jan Ramirez, chief curator at the museum, says in the report that much of the content in the timeline has not been seen or heard by the public.  The 9/11 timeline is another way for the 9/11 Memorial Museum to continue its mission to educate by using dynamic tools designed for teaching and learning.

See an early morning report at NBCNewYork.com. Also, later tonight 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels will be featured in a NBC national broadcast about the timeline.

For Lower Manhattan residents, see the detailed story by Downtown Express reporter Aline Reynolds.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff

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