On 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the surface of the Moon. This ‘giant leap’ marked the culmination of the Space Race and the first time human beings had set foot on another body beyond Earth.
Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the historic Apollo 11 mission: the story behind the landing; interviews with some of the people involved; how to tackle Moon landing conspiracy theories and the future missions that will return human beings to the lunar surface.
How the Moon landing missions have changed our understanding of the Universe
Interviews and discussions exploring the legacy of the Apollo missions
Stories and interviews focussing on some of the individuals involved in the Moon landing
Apollo 11 on TV
One of the mission's biggest achievements was broadcasting the lunar landing for the world to enjoy
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Return to the Moon?
Future missions may take astronauts back to the lunar surface as a stepping stone to Mars