Here are our picks for the most amazing space photos of the week.
NASA's Apollo Program consisted of 17 missions in the 1960s and 1970s to send the first humans to the moon. The program used the mighty Saturn V rocket to launch three astronauts on Apollo spacecraft. Later missions included a Lunar Module for moon landings. It was NASA's Apollo 11 mission in 1969 that landed the first astronauts on the moon (Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin) while a third (Michael Collins) remained in orbit. NASA's final Apollo moon mission was Apollo 17 in 1972. Apollo spacecraft also flew astronauts to NASA's Skylab space station, with the final Apollo capsule used in the historic Apollo-Soyuz docking mission with the Soviet Union in 1975. Take a look back at NASA's Apollo history here!
Three women who were essential to the moon landing and NASA's Apollo program as a whole chatted with Space.com about discrimination, engineering and our future on Mars.
On its first visit to Ohio, the spacecraft that returned to Earth the first astronauts to land on the moon was greeted by Neil Armstrong's parents. Now, 49 years later, his sons had the honor.
Apple TV's new alternate history series "For All Mankind" shows NASA racing to land the first woman on the moon before the Soviet Union during the Space Race.
Having spent the past baseball season rounding the plates, the Smithsonian is now sending its team of "Apollo at the Park" Neil Armstrong spacesuit statues home.
Three trailblazing scientists and engineers spoke on a panel about being women working at NASA during the Apollo program.
The only geologist ever to set foot on the moon thinks future lunar explorers should be a little more like him.
An Apollo astronaut's car that was custom-styled after his spacecraft's colors is set to land on the National Mall and in the Library of Congress.
Spoiler alert: The man who cracks into the package of space-ready, bite-size cheese sandwiches does not taste one of the sickly, orange-and-white delicacies. Nor does he brave a "strawberry cube."
Nine Saturn V rockets moved astronauts to the moon between 1969 and 1972, but there were three extras made — and you can still see some of the pieces today, says a retired Boeing engineer.
Kids can now join Astronaut Snoopy as he blasts off on his NASA adventures with a new McDonald's Happy Meal.
Fifty years ago today, the astronaut spent his birthday in quarantine after returning from the moon.
While the first astronauts ate food cubes, future astronauts might have food that's very different — and possibly even fresh vegetables.
The Apollo lunar rovers have been recognized as historic landmarks in Kent, Washington, where they were built at the Boeing Space Center.
After picking up a film magazine that Neil Armstrong dropped on the moon, one NASA photographer accidentally became the first person in the world to touch moon dust.
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