Light Show To Commemorate Apollo 11 Launch On Washington MonumentA "once in a lifetime" event will honor the Apollo 11's launch in Washington, D.C. The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum will project a full-sized, 363-foot Saturn V rocket on the east side of the Washington Monument July 16-18.
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Special To Air On CBSThe 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 will be honored with a brand new special coming to CBS.
The Future Of Space: Private-Public Partnerships Eye Next Moon LandingThe Apollo program, which first took man to the moon, took a tremendous amount of resources. Now, public-private partnerships are helping move closer to the next moon landing.
Apollo 11’s 4th Crew Member: A Ground-Breaking, 70 Pound ComputerThe Apollo 11 crew consisted of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, but there was a crucial “fourth crew member” on board: the Apollo Guidance Computer.
Selfies, Memory Foam & More: Thank NASA For Today’s Everyday TechnologyFor years, NASA has been creating technology for space that ends up enhancing our everyday lives.
TIMELINE: Mission Moon, NASA's Apollo ProgramNASA’s Apollo space program was dedicated to putting American astronauts on the moon.
Margaret Hamilton: MIT Software Pioneer Who Helped Save Apollo 11 Moon MissionFortunately, for Apollo 11 and all of mankind, a young, brilliant MIT software engineer saw a potentially mission-crippling error coming from nearly a million miles away.
‘Dream Come True’: NASA Is One Giant Leap For A Georgia Peanut FarmerGrowing up in rural Georgia, Lewis Wooten felt light years away from the long, illustrious career he has built at NASA.
PHOTOS: Apollo 11 Mission ImagesOn July 20, 1969, Commander Neil Armstrong announced to NASA mission control, "the Eagle has landed."
INFOGRAPHIC: Apollo 11 By The NumbersNeil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin launched from Kennedy Space Center on July 16, 1969 with a mission to land on the moon.
VIDEO: The Race To The Moon, USA Vs. USSRDuring the Cold War, one battlefront between the USA and USSR was in the sky, as the nations fought to be first to space.