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Apollo 17 Eugene Cernan working at the Rover.

Apollo 17 - Eugene Cernan working at the Rover.
Image Credit: NASA/Jack Schmitt (assembled by Mike Constantine)

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Poster Earth Rise

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Poster Earth Rise

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Apollo 50th Logo

Apollo 50th Logo

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Historical Resources

Apollo 7-10 Finding Aid (907 KB PDF)

NASA History Office Apollo Links

Apollo by the Numbers: An extensive statistical reference.

Apollo by the Numbers (32 MB PDF)

Apollo by the Numbers - Table of Contents (HTML).

Educational Resources

Lunar and Planetary Institute's Apollo 50th Web Page
Apollo information with some posters and graphics.

Challenger Center, in partnership with NASA and our Challenger Learning Centers, is celebrating the Moon landing anniversary. Planned activities include the distribution of four new, Moon-focused programs targeted at middle school-aged students. These include:

  • A Flipped Classroom course for teachers to use with students across the country that includes animated videos explaining Moon concepts and complementary hands-on activities (available March 2019).
  • A curriculum for a Community Engagement Day that will be available in at least 34 Challenger Learning Centers and can be run by any educator or educational institution in the country. This will include activities about Moon characteristics, the Moon landing, and future Moon exploration (available March 2019).
  • Lunar Quest, a new simulated mission to the Moon that will run in at least 28 Challenger Learning Centers, incorporate the latest NASA science, and feature profiles of STEM professionals (available July 2019).
  • An app that will be available to the public for free on the Google Play store. Students (or adults) build and drive a rover around the moon to explore the lunar surface (available July 2019).

Development of these activities is fully funded by NASA. While Lunar Quest can only be run in Challenger Learning Centers, all the other resources will be freely available to the public on their website:

Challenger Center

Challenger Center Locations

LROC Apollo 11 Footsteps Relive the Apollo 11 surface traverse.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, or LROC, is a system of three cameras mounted on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) that capture high resolution black and white images and moderate resolution multi-spectral images of the lunar surface.