Ahhh, to be incredibly wealthy and have a passion for space travel. Both of those statements certainly describe Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who has discovered the location of Apollo 11's F-1 engines and plans to bring them up from the bottom of the ocean. Bezos revealed this discovery today on his blog, saying that he was "excited to report that, using state-of-the-art deep sea sonar, the team has found the Apollo 11 engines lying 14,000 feet below the surface, and we're making plans to attempt to raise one or more of them from the ocean floor."

This comes just one year after he decided to put together a team of "underwater pros" to discover where those engines have laid for over 40 years. Unfortunately, there aren't many more details on how exactly his team found the rockets, but we expect we'll hear more about this finding as Bezos' team works to recover these artifacts of man's first trip to the moon. Assuming the rockets are in decent condition, Bezos hopes to convince NASA to donate them to the Smithsonian and Seattle's Museum of Flight.