NASA considered a number of astronaut mobility systems for lunar missions, including this awesome little flying platform.
NASA opens up bidding for three launch pads used for moon missions.
It's been 42 years since Apollo astronauts first drove the lunar rover, and the tracks are still there today.
Launched three days before the first Apollo lunar landing mission, the Soviet Luna 15 marked a Soviet-American intersection in space.
Moon rocks are really rare things, and pretty much all of the samples collected by lunar missions are in the hands of the world's governments. But there is another source, and it has coughed up this big lunar rock which will hit the auction block in New York next month.
Five of the most powerful rocket engines ever constructed have been lying at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, ever since they were cast off approximately 2 minutes and 41 seconds after doing their part to send Apollo 11 to the moon. Jeff Bezos (that Jeff Bezos) has managed to find them again, and he's planning to bring them back to the surface.
If you're a space geek, and as a DVICE reader that's not exactly a stretch, an upcoming auction provides a rare opportunity to get some truly incredible stuff from NASA's moon missions that should turn your space geek buddies green with envy.
If you ever wished you had just a tiny piece of actual moon rock, this geeky dream pen from Swiss watch maker Romain Jerome could be your big chance.
Whatever happened to all those priceless artifacts on the moon's surface, left behind by the six Apollo missions back in the late '60s and early '70s? Well, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter just sent back shots of some of the landing...
Zero to 60? Try zero to 600. If you think a ride up into orbit would be intense, aborting one would be even more so. That's because NASA is making sure that its Orion crew module, which would blast off...