Apollo 11 at 50: The space race, NASA's moon landings and our future on the moon.
Fifty years after the historic moon landing, it's likely the only tribute to the astronauts that could also be spread on toast.
NASA and Elon Musk want to go back to our moon, but there are a handful of other satellites in our solar system worth checking out.
At Comic-Con, an impressive virtual reality experience starts aboard a space station, where you're led by a flying robot.
Over the next 50 years, humans will return to the moon, mine its resources, use it as a refueling station and eventually build lunar bases on its surface.
It's been five decades since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed in the Sea of Tranquility. And now we're heading back.
Preparing for life on the moon or Mars here on Earth is serious business.
Stephen Slater spent a year digging into never-before-seen footage of Apollo 11, NASA's first moon landing. The results speak for themselves.
His biographer talks about Armstrong's life as a pilot and astronaut, and the dark side to those experiences.