lunar landing

Moon Express plans to fly a suitcase-sized lander to the moon for a two-week mission in 2017.
Monday was the 46th anniversary of the first lunar landing, yet a small fringe still believes the whole thing was a hoax
When you think back to the moon landing you think of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. But, like they say, behind every great man is a great woman.
It's one of the 20th century's most famous lines, but what if Neil Armstrong lied about when it was composed? The Apollo
In the history of humankind, only one person has a bio that includes "first on the moon": Neil Armstrong. And was he ever the right person for the job!
At a press conference on September 6, NASA Planetary Science Division Director Jim Green debuted the photos of the Apollo
Alien lunar bases? Covert U.S. government lunar bases? Both? Does one hand (NASA) not know what the other hand (the military) is doing? I don't know.
Fifty years ago today, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human being to orbit the Earth. During the flight, 190 miles above the globe, he sang to himself.
We're clearly coming into an era where commercial competition will have a major impact on the aerospace community -- and on the financial community as well.
A quarter of a million miles from where you are reading these words, on the dusty surface of our companion Moon, lies the best chance in decades for America to reestablish itself as a global space leader.
The most important legacy and meaning of the Ansari X PRIZE on its five year anniversary lies in the fact that the event kicked off a new industry.
El-Baz plans to highlight the issues of sustainable development and self-preservation at the Arab Environment 2009 conference in Beirut, Lebanon this November
Our generation's great adventure is to find our way out of this energy and climate mess we find ourselves in.
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the remarkable achievement of putting Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon
On this anniversary of our Lunar achievement and the graduation of my class of 1969, I wonder if there is any more immutable thing than the ephemeral moment of a winning touchdown.
In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11's moon landing, individuals with NASA affiliations that range from astronaut to intern condensed the seminal event into 17 syllable historiographies.
Four decades after the moonlanding, I found myself sitting among the bidders at Bonhams New York. On the 40th anniversary of the launch, the auction house was holding its first space sale ever.