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NASA isn’t sure what happened to one of its last Apollo moon landers. The truth is probably depressing.
Grumman Aircraft designed and built lunar modules for NASA during the Apollo program. A handful never made it to space, though.
Elon Musk’s new Starship would be a monster rocket if built. Here’s how the SpaceX launch system compares to NASA’s 2 biggest rocket...
SpaceX's Mars rocket may be millions of pounds heavier and dozens of feet taller than the Apollo-era Saturn V, which sent astronauts to the moon.
NASA's Apollo program put 12 astronauts on the moon during the 1960s and 70s. Celebrate their achievements by watching the films they inspired.
A surprising number of NASA Astronauts come from Ohio, the ‘birthplace of aviation.’ Here are all the US cities that produce the most astr...
At least eight NASA astronauts were born in Cleveland, but Boston and Chicago aren't far behind. Here are the most astronaut-laden cities in the US.
Vintage photos of the Apollo 11 moon mission show why it’s still arguably NASA’s greatest feat, 50 years later
On July 20, 1969, as people around the world gathered around television sets, astronaut Neil Armstrong announced: "the Eagle has landed."
Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon 50 years ago today. Here’s what the astronaut remembers most about NASA’s Apollo 11 mission.
On July 20, 1969, two people landed on the moon for the first time. NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin's memory of the historic mission is as fresh as ever.
Apollo 11 astronauts walked the moon 50 years ago, making headlines worldwide. Here's what those newspapers looked like.
While Neil Armstrong took "one small step for man," dozens of women were hard at work, making sure NASA's Apollo moon program was a success.
July 20, 2019, is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing when American astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person ever to moonwalk.
Astronauts explain why nobody has visited the moon in more than 45 years — and the reasons are depressing
The last time anyone visited the moon was in December 1972, during NASA's Apollo 17 mission. Since then, there have been many foiled plans to go back.