Forty years after first moon landing
On the 40th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 mission, NASA makes preparations for the next generation of spacecraft that will take people back to the moon and beyond.
Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, recalls the engineering triumph that won the Cold War space race and opened the door to manned exploration of the solar system.
On the 40th anniversary of the Apollo lunar walk, Google launches the Moon in Google Earth, providing 3D images and information to would-be space tourists.
To help commemorate today's anniversary of the moon landing, Carina Software is giving away a pair of astronomy apps--one for serious astronomers, the other for stargazers.
The space agency thinks ice on the moon could be the key to an outpost that smoothes the path to Mars. But funding could be a bigger barrier than physics.
Not yet in its final orbit, NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has snapped pictures of five Apollo landing sites, showing abandoned equipment and astronaut trails in the lunar dust.
A Hollywood post-production house is working to re-create images of astronaut Neil Armstrong's historic moon walk. Here is how Lowry Digital is approaching the project.
Post-launch photography shows multiple areas where foam insulation peeled away from the central section of the shuttle Endeavour's external tank; shuttle damage inspections continue.
Shuttle Endeavour docks with space station
Apollo 11's 40th anniversary is this week, so we've taken a look at several sites that will help you remember and honor the historic event.
An event scheduled for July 20--the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing--could mean the addition of new moon imagery to Google Earth.
CNET News' Daniel Terdiman is the first reporter to see the completed solid rocket booster designed for future missions to the moon, and maybe Mars.
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