HBO is once again launching its viewers "From the Earth to the Moon." To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing in July, the network is presenting an encore of its Emmy-winning 1998 miniseries that chronicled NASA's Apollo moon missions.
Dairy Queen is turning its celebration of the first moon landing upside down. The soft serve ice cream chain has debuted the "Zero Gravity Blizzard," a cosmic-colored, frozen treat in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
A Russian cosmonaut and astronauts from the United States and Canada returned to Earth after spending more than 200 days on board the International Space Station. Oleg Kononenko, Anne McClain and David Saint-Jacques landed aboard Soyuz MS-11.
"Apollo 11" is launching onto the small screen, the giant screen and the only screen in outer space. The documentary is getting its broadcast premiere at the same time it is expanding to science centers and museums around the world and the space station.
Houston, the Oreo moon landing cookies have landed. A month after being announced by Nabisco, the limited edition "Marshmallow Moon" Oreos — and their collectible moon landing-themed stickers — have begun arriving on store shelves.
NASA's last remaining, flight-configured example of the rocket that launched the first Apollo astronauts into space is back on public view, having undergone an almost year-long, extensive restoration. The Saturn IB is on display at Kennedy Space Center.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with the launch of a new type of doughnut. "Krispy Kreme was at the launch of Apollo 11... we want to give our fans a new taste experience that is out of this world."
With a single click, a new website can take you back 50 years and place you directly into the real-time action of the first moon landing mission. But if "Apollo 11 in Real Time" creator Ben Feist has gotten it right, you will want to click more than just once.
The spacecraft that carried the crew of the first moon landing to and from Earth 50 years ago has just had its current mission extended. The Smithsonian announced that the Apollo 11 command module will stay on tour for a new last stop in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The history of NASA's early female mathematicians is now a little less "hidden" with the dedication of a new street sign pointing to the role of women in the space program. NASA Headquarters can now be found along "Hidden Figures Way."