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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!
Artificial intelligence transformed NASA footage of Apollo missions to the moon, making decades-old events look like they were shot on high-definition video.
An Apollo astronaut who set a record for social distancing is being remembered for the close relationships he made in life.
"In Case of Moon Disaster" showcases the danger of media disinformation, which is already profound and will only grow as deepfake tech gets better and better.
The National Space Society will hold "A Day in Space" Thursday (July 16) virtually on multiple platforms, with speakers such as Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin and exoplanet scientist Sara Seager.
The hundreds of people who have been to space have traveled on just a handful of vehicles, eight in all over nearly six decades of spaceflight.
A new map has provided the blueprints for the moon, revealing the true nature of Earth's rocky companion.
Buzz Aldrin is leveraging his famous quarantine experience of five decades ago to help society deal with the coronavirus pandemic, which has much of the world under a stay-at-home order.
Fifty years after Apollo 13, you can hear NASA's Apollo engineers discussing live what it was really like to work at the agency during one of its most hair-raising missions.
After the explosion and the course correction that brought them back to Earth, the Apollo 13 astronauts still had a problem. Missing moon rocks. The solution, 50 years ago, was... souvenirs.
NASA bills its Apollo 13 moon mission as a "successful failure," a tale of survival and victory. But what if NASA had failed?
After piloting a crippled spacecraft around the far side of the moon, the crew of NASA's stricken Apollo 13 received a rare bit of good news on April 14, 1970. It turns out, they'd made a moonquake.
Fifty years after Apollo 13, a vintage documentary from the National Archives takes us back to one of the most iconic human spaceflight missions of all time.