Hilary Brueck. ESA caption: "This image, taken by the advanced Moon Imaging Experiment (AMIE) on board ESA’s SMART-1 spacecraft, shows the Apollo 11 landing site in the Mare Tranquillitatis on the Moon. NASA. A Saturn V rocket launches the Apollo 11 crew on the first moon landing mission on July 16, 1969 in this image framed by an American flag. Apollo 11 Landing Site : Telescopic Images by Ulli and Christian "Pete" Lotzmann. 2019-07-20T12:30:00Z The letter F. An envelope. Did the moon landings really happen?

Vintage photos of the Apollo 11 moon mission show why it's still arguably NASA's greatest feat, 50 years later . NASA . Astronaut Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr., lunar module pilot of the first lunar landing mission, is beside the U.S. flag during an Apollo 11 moon walk. See how that mission went in photos in our photo gallery here!

Images Image Use; Privacy; Feedback; NASA Solar System Exploration; NASA Planetary Science NASA caption: "Prime crew men and backup crew men, of the Apollo 14 lunar landing mission, look over an area near the site of a volcanic eruption on Dec. 30, 1969. Apollo 11 ESA Smart-1 Image .

NASA's Apollo 12 mission sent three astronauts to the moon in November 1969 to make the second crewed lunar landing in history. I have no clue, I’m not an astronaut, but NASA certainly wants you to think so—they’ve released 8,400 high-res moon landing pictures that they say are definitely real and not at all photoshopped, curiously timed with the release of The Martian, which I’m sure is just a coincidence, right??. Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr. (leaning with left hand on ground) and Edgar D. Mitchell (behind Shepard, wearing dark glasses) are the prime crew men scheduled to walk on the moon.