When Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the surface of the Moon in July of 1969, software was a relatively new development. In fact, the Moon mission was one of the first times this kind of engineering was used in such a fundamental way. History was being wri
Tune into CBS’s live stream of its 1969 coverage of the Apollo 11 mission launch, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing.
No matter where private or government space travel may take us in the future, Neil Armstrong will forever have a place as the first human to ever set foot on solid ground outside of our atmosphere.
Find out when and where you can watch the full-scale projection, accompanied by a short film about the 1969 Moon landing.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon—and Buzz Aldrin became the first one to pee on it.
A total solar eclipse will be visible over South America today, July 2, 2019—but you don't need to catch a plane to see it live.
A small island volcano that has been dormant since 1924 erupted this week. Astronauts photographed it from the International Space Station.
The super sweet frozen treat—made with Oreo cookie bits, sparkly soft serve, and colorful sprinkles—celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing.
Now you can travel to the International Space Station for $58 million, but that doesn't include the $35,000 additional fees per night.
The LEGO Creator Expert Apollo 11 Lunar Lander module set recreates many of the details of the original spacecraft in 1087 interlocking pieces.
Sally Ride—the first American woman in space—paved the way for female astronauts, and proved there is such thing as a stupid question.
Neil Armstrong's iconic suit was pulled from the museum floor out of fear of deterioration, but after a conservation project, it's ready to go back on display.
This July will mark the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing. TASCHEN's book contains rare photos from NASA, magazine archives, and private collections.
Astronaut Scott Kelly used cotton swabs to take samples of his fecal matter. He then sealed it in tubes and sent it back to Earth via rocket.
Capturing an image of the distant, supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy has been compared to “standing in New York and counting the individual dimples on a golf ball in Los Angeles."
The human-led mission isn't expected to happen until at least 2030, but when it does, a woman will likely be the first person to set foot on the Red Planet.
In 2004, the rover Opportunity landed on Mars. Originally intended to serve a mere 90-day mission, the rover instead beamed back scientific discoveries for more than a decade—and now its groundbreaking mission is over.
Mission control personnel go through a lot more simulations than astronauts. And they don't always go according to plan …
Few space stations want a body stinking up the place. Fortunately, there's always the garbage room.