Apollo 12: Pinpoint for Science
July 12, 2018
A complete slideshow overview of NASA's Apollo lunar exploration program. Last updated: December 2020
The Apollo Legacy and NASA's Leap into the Future
The Apollo 8 Crew included (L to R) James Lovell, Command Module (CM) pilot; William Anders, Lunar Module (LM) Pilot; and Frank Borman, Commander.
Saturn Apollo Program
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The Moon's Role in a Solar Eclipse
Video of the moon taken by the NASA GRAIL mission's MoonKam camera aboard the Ebb spacecraft on Dec. 14, 2012
Parting Moon Shots from NASA's GRAIL Mission
Astronauts James A. Lovell Jr. (left) commander, and Fred W. Haise Jr., lunar module pilot, carry out a simulation of a lunar traverse at Kilauea, Hawaii, site.
Astronauts Lovell and Haise During Simulation of Lunar Traverse at Hawaii
Presentation slides about the Apollo 12 mission
Apollo 12 Presentation
The historic first landing of men on the Moon in July, 1969.
First Men on the Moon: Apollo 11: The Eagle Has Landed
An excellent view of the unmanned Surveyor 3 spacecraft which was photographed during the Apollo 12 second extravehicular activity (EVA) on the surface of the moon.
View of Surveyor III in Its Crater
The Apollo 13 (Spacecraft 109/Lunar Module 7/Saturn 508) space vehicle is launched from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center (KSC), at 2:13 p.m. (EST), April 11, 1970.
Food Lab - Technician - MSC
The Apollo 14 Command Module (CM) splashes down and two of its three main parachutes can be seen collapsing, as the 10-day mission comes to a safe and successful end.
Apollo 14 Command Module Approaches Touchdown in South Pacific Ocean
The Apollo 9 (Spacecraft 104/Lunar Module 3/ Saturn 504) space vehicle is launched from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center (KSC) at 11 a.m. (EST), March 3, 1969.
Launch – Apollo 9 – Cape
Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., commander of the Apollo 14 lunar landing mission, stands near a Lunar Landing Training Vehicle (LLTV) prior to a test flight at Ellington Air Force Base, Houston, on ...
Astronaut Alan Shepard Near Lunar Landing Training Vehicle Prior to Test
Every Moon phase in 2021.
Moon Phase and Libration 2021
High Oblique photograph (taken over New Mexico) of the Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules taken from the Lunar Module,"Spider",on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission.
Apollo 9 Mission Image - Command Module
Pictured from left to right, the Apollo 9 astronauts, James A. McDivitt, David R. Scott, and Russell L. Schweickart, pause in front of the Apollo/Saturn V space vehicle that would launch the Apollo...
Saturn Apollo Program
Overall view of the Mission Operations Control Room in the Mission Control Center, Building 30, on the first day of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission.
Overall View of Mission Operations Control in Mission Control Center
2017 Total Solar Eclipse and the Moon's Orbit
2017 Eclipse and the Moon's Orbit
Rima Prinz is a channel carved by an immense lava flow.
Rima Prinz and Vera
AS-502 climbs to orbit, as seen from chase-plane.
AS-502 Climbs to Orbit
Connecting the history of Apollo 17 to NASA's current Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission through the eyes of astronaut Harrison Jack Schmitt.
Jack Schmitt: From Apollo 17 to LRO
Footage of the recovery of the Apollo 8 crew
Apollo 8 Recovery
A view of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module (LM), "Spider", in a lunar landing configuration, as photographed from the Command and Service Modules (CSM) on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 Earth-orbital missi...
Apollo 9 Lunar Module in Lunar Landing Configuration
View of a lightning bolt during the launch of Apollo 12
Lightning Strikes Twice
Every Moon phase in 2020
Moon Phase and Libration, 2020
This view from the Apollo 11 spacecraft shows the Earth rising above the moon's horizon.
Apollo 11 Mission Image - View of Moon Limb, with Earth on the Horizon
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