The 40th Anniversary of Apollo 11

Four decades after mankind's giant leap, a look at the harrowing first lunar landing, the Apollo missions that never flew, and how the historic event looked from the Soviet Union

For Neil Armstrong, the First Moon Walker, It Was All about Landing the Eagle

Boulders, a crater, moon dust and an overworked computer all stood in the way of humankind's first lunar touchdown


Down to Earth: The Apollo Moon Missions That Never Were

As the U.S.'s lunar landing program wound down, plans for its last three Apollo missions were canceled, leaving unused hardware and questions of what might have been


The Moon Landing through Soviet Eyes: A Q&A with Sergei Khrushchev, son of former premier Nikita Khrushchev

A son of the Cold War tells what it was like from the losing side of the Space Race--and how the U.S.S.R.'s space program fizzled after Sputnik and Gagarin


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