View restored video from the July 20, 1969, live television broadcast of the Apollo 11 moonwalk.
NASA's recommendations to space-faring commercial entities and nations, for spacecraft planning to visit U.S. lunar heritage sites.
More than 40 years ago, men from Earth left our home planet and journeyed to the moon.
At the close of one of the most turbulent years in American history, the world watched as Apollo 8 went into lunar orbit on Christmas Eve.
The 1975 Apollo-Soyuz mission set the stage for today's international partnership in space.
Forty years ago, astronauts from Earth visited another world and return safely to the home planet.
Images from a Japanese spacecraft show evidence of the Apollo 15 astronauts' visit to the lunar surface.
NASA is on the hunt for the original Apollo 11 data tapes, looking through 37 years of history.
First astronauts and Walter Cronkite honored.
Astronauts used flying bedsteads to practice moon landings on Earth.
When he came to NASA, test pilot Lee Person never dream he would teach astronauts how to land on the Moon.
Four decades later, President Kennedy's call to action resonates as NASA plans new frontiers of exploration and discovery.
For two and a half years, John Houbolt fought to make sure NASA realized that Lunar Orbit Rendezvous was the best way to perform a lunar landing mission.
NASA can set lofty goals and meet them. We've done it before.
Apollo 12 provided an inspiring portrait of how manned and unmanned missions can work hand-in-hand.
Astronauts, spacecraft, moon rocks and science experiments all returned safely from the Moon. But what was left behind?
Apollo technology helps us to live, work and play.
Some researchers believe there's water on the Moon in reach of human explorers.