40 Years Later, The Top 6 Things You Don't Know About Apollo 11
Tales from the complex history of the moon race.
Apollo: 'One Giant Leap'? Or a Waste of Money?
40 years after Neil Armstrong's moonwalk, the debate goes on.
How Did Moon Travel Change Astronauts?
For some, going to the moon changed the course of their lives.
Debunking Moon Landing Hoax Theories
A review of so-called evidence suggesting the Apollo 11 never reached the moon.
Photos: Who Were the Moonwalkers?
What happens after the mission of a lifetime?
After Apollo: Water on the Moon?
NASA probe, 40 years after Apollo, to make a splash if it finds frozen deposits.
Stars and Stripes: Putting the Flag on the Moon
The story of how NASA planted that famous flag on the moon.
Watch: Google Moon: Lunar Surface Up Close
Google helps you see the moon the way the astronauts did.
Watch: Obama Marks 40th Anniversary of Moon Landing
Obama meets with Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and NASA's Bolden.
Watch: Complete Video Coverage of Apollo 11
NASA releases partially restored video from the historic 1969 moonwalk.
Watch: 'View': Was Moon Trip Worth It?
The women debate the importance of the first lunar mission.
Watch: Why Return to the Moon?
Some former astronauts don't see the value in more trips to the lunar surface.
Watch: ABC News' Coverage of Apollo 11 Launch
Frank Reynolds anchors an event that took men to the moon for the first time.
Watch: One Giant Leap 40 Years Ago
NASA celebrates Apollo 11's blast off towards historic moon walk.
Watch: ABC News' Coverage of Apollo 11 Moon Landing
Frank Reynolds anchors this 1969 broadcast of the first men landing on the moon.
Watch: 'The Eagle Has Landed'
Apollo 11's lunar module touches down on the moon.
Watch: Armstrong Reads Plaque Dedicated to Mission
Restored NASA video shows astronauts reading Apollo 11 plaque.
Watch: Armstrong, Aldrin Raise American Flag
Restored NASA video shows astronauts staking a claim on the moon.
Watch: What Did the Man on the Moon Say?
A computer programmer examines Neil Armstrong's famous phrase (Oct. 2, 2006).