China's Chang'e-3 is the first mission with a planned controlled landing on the Moon since the Americans and Soviets were locked in the space race back in the 1970s.
Neil Armstrong's spacesuit is a legendary symbol of innovation, hope and the future — though you'd never think it was originally created with the help of a bra maker.
This is what it would look like if the Moon orbited the Earth at the same distance as the International Space Station does. Um, duck?
Details are sketchy as to what the probe will accomplish there, but its very presence may change the dynamics of future lunar colonization.
It's been 42 years since Apollo astronauts first drove the lunar rover, and the tracks are still there today.
An international group of scientists and entrepreneurs have plans to send a robotic probe and observatory to the south pole of the Moon.
In 1959, humanity got its first look at the unseen far side of the Moon thanks to the Luna 3 probe.
One of the few humans to ever walk on the surface of the Moon has just issued a new, international call to ramp up the development of a human settlement on Mars.
Recent statements from one of NASA's lead officials indicate that the U.S. isn't likely to return to the Moon anytime soon, at least not under its own power.
A sequence of NASA radar images show that asteroid 1998 QE2, currently sailing past Earth, has its very own moon.