A DIY Programmer Made a New Game for the 50-Year-Old Apollo Guidance Computer
“The AGC wasn't just an important part [of Apollo]: it was the core of the entire ship, without which the entire program wouldn't have been possible.”
Conspiracy Theorists Are Going Wild Over the Moon Landing Anniversary
Conspiracy theorists are over the moon for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
NASA Lost Lunar Rover Prototype and Other Priceless Artifacts to Sloppy Management, Inspector General Finds
The agency's Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that “a significant amount of historic personal property has been lost, misplaced, or taken” due to inadequate procedures.
NASA Just Released Two Years’ Worth of Apollo 11 Mission Audio
That's more than 19,000 hours of audio from the first moon landing mission.
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Neil Armstrong's Bag of Moon Dust Is Going Up for Auction
After being stolen, lost, and snapped up by a private citizen, the historic space artifact is now expected to sell for at least $2 million.
Farewell Gene Cernan, the Last Man on the Moon
Cernan passed away Monday surrounded by his family. He helped crew three historic spaceflights, including the Apollo 17 Moon landing in 1972.
The Other First Moon Landing
Apollo 11 achieved the first crewed Moon landing in 1969. Ten years earlier, it was the Soviets who had the edge with Luna 2.
Pilot the Apollo 11 Moon Landing in This Detailed VR Recreation
Experience Armstrong’s “giant leap” for yourself.
Buzz Aldrin Is Dead Set on Colonizing Mars
The Apollo 11 astronaut just opened a new space institute at Florida Tech.
Here’s a Montage of NASA Deliberately Crashing Spaceships
At NASA’s Landing Impact and Research Facility, crashing is the goal.
Who Is the Russian Billionaire Who Just Pledged $100 Million to Find Alien Life?
Yuri Milner is a venture capitalist with a scientist’s heart.
Kickstarter and the Smithsonian Want to Digitize Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit
The “Reboot the Suit” campaign is the first project from their planned partnership.