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Donald Trump just promised his supporters he’d ‘put a man on the face of the moon.’ We already did that.
This isn't the first time Trump has flubbed up history — or changed course on his policy of going to the moon.
Items that once belonged to Neil Armstrong have drawn more than $12 million in bids, but are sparking controversy among people who knew him
A gold coin that Armstrong took with him to the moon sold for $2 million. But former friends of the astronaut think the sales are unseemly.
The Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon 50 years ago! Here are 18 ads that best capture the Space Age.
These ads capture the Space Age in all its glory, from space helmet-clad models to rocket-powered cars.
Vintage photos of the Apollo 11 moon mission show why it’s still arguably NASA’s greatest feat, 50 years later
On July 20, 1969, as people around the world gathered around television sets, astronaut Neil Armstrong announced: "the Eagle has landed."
July 20, 2019, is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing when American astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person ever to moonwalk.
22 astounding facts about the Apollo 11 moon landing from the movie ‘First Man’ that are actually true
The 2018 film, which stars Ryan Gosling, was surprisingly accurate about Neil Armstrong's life and work.
Fascinating photos show the Apollo 11 astronauts quarantined after returning from the moon as NASA worried they could infect Earth with space germs
Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins were quarantined for three weeks because NASA was afraid of dangerous germs from the moon.
21 quotes from the Apollo 11 astronauts on everything from walking on the moon to the future of spaceflight
Aside from Neil Armstrong's unforgettable words upon walking the lunar surface, the three astronauts had much more to say about their experiences.
A former NASA intern could earn millions after auctioning off the original video of the moon landing
Sotheby's said the video recordings are the "earliest, sharpest, and most accurate surviving video images of man's first steps on the moon."
"First Man" screenwriter Josh Singer explains why he believes Neil Armstrong left something behind on the moon.