It’s been half a century since humankind first landed on the moon. When astronaut Neil Armstrong took the first step in 1969, over half a billion people were watching at home for the climax of a Space Race between nations. Twelve people walked on the lunar surface as part of the Apollo missions, and today a new race to return to the moon is underway.
Collins piloted the ship from which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left to make their historic first steps on the moon in 1969.
Kraft created NASA’s Mission Control and made split-second white-knuckle decisions from the first daring Mercury mission to the triumphant moon landings.
Sen. Marco Rubio and the guy Buzz Aldrin punched in the face have a strange thing in common.
The new movie about the moon landing is basically a star-spangled orgy. Even without the flag-planting scene.
It appears that nothing is immune from being boycotted this week.
He's all #ProudToBeAnAmerican.
The space agency hasn't confiscated the dust, but it has reportedly seized lunar materials from citizens before.
You'll be over the moon.