I managed to take a picture of the area where Apollo 15 landed. On the bottom is a photo taken by astronauts.
This is Margaret Hamilton, NASA lead software engineer, and this is the Apollo guidance program she wrote.
Apollo 10's little known incident
In 1967, Apollo 4 became the first spacecraft to capture the rotation of the Earth. It took a total of 755 exposures for 2 hours straight. The stabilized and digitally restored version was recently released by NASA.
actual transcription of the Apollo 10 flightcrew communications
Apollo Metalmark Butterfly
This 'selfie', taken by Apollo 11's Mike Collins, shows the first person in human history to be truly alone. For a whole day Collins orbited the Moon solo, and for 48 minutes of each orbit he was out of radio contact with Earth.
Dire Wolves still exist! Meet Apollo
Apollo 10 commander Tom Stafford pats the nose of a giant stuffed Snoopy prior to launch. [2835x2117]
On this day in 1967, these badass Americans lost their lives to the space race when Apollo 1 caught fire. May their sacrifice never be forgotten.
Apollo being a little festive for his first Christmas
Apollo 10 commander Tom Stafford saying patting the nose of a giant stuffed Snoopy, prior to launch. 1969
A more pathetic sight, mine eyes never did see. Meet (freshly bathed) Apollo.
Discarded rockets of the Apollo 11 voyage. Found at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean by Amazon.com's billionaire, Jeff Bezos. [2200×1470].
Anytime someone walks by our townhouse, Apollo brings them a toy in hopes they'll stop and play.
Nasa released over 8,400 unprocessed Apollo mission shots. They're fun to process.
Apollo 13 splashdown: the moment the Command Module splashes down in the Pacific Ocean after a perilous space flight on April 17, 1970
Apollo 1 crew practicing a water landing in 1966. All three astronauts were later killed on the launch pad in a fire in 1967.
My 12-week-old puppy Apollo always sits like a rabbit. At least he's modest about it.
Transcript from the Apollo 11 crew
Apollo 1 crew crossing the access arm to the command module on January 27, 1967 [1033x809]
Apollo 11 breaks the sound barrier on the way to the motherfucking moon
Got to hold an Apollo 11 moon rock at the Johnson Space Center in Houston
Today was a good school day. Had the chance to meet Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden!
Apollo 10 astronauts had a little known incident in flight as evidenced by this transcript.
45 years ago today: Apollo 11 took off carrying the first men to the moon, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins.
Launch Pad after liftoff of Apollo 11
A vapor cone surrounds Apollo 11 as it breaks the sound barrier en route to the Moon, July 16, 1969 [1873x2340]
Neil Armstrong's heart rate during Apollo 11
Apollo 11 crew member Michael Collins. National hero, badass dude.
Apollo to the moon and back
I took a picture of the moon a few weeks back and marked the Apollo mission landing spots for anyone who is interested
Neil Armstrong's family watching him launch to the Moon on this morning 50 years ago
The Apollo 11 Command/Service Module being mated to the Saturn V Lunar Module Adapter. April 11, 1969.
On this date in 1967 at 1831 hours we lost the crew of Apollo Saturn-204. (Now known as Apollo 1)
YouTube commenter single-handedly disproves Quantum Mechanics, shows that the light spectrum is 4 colors, that Einstein was a fraud, rewrites the laws of gravity, and goes on to disproves E=mc^2, the Big Bang, the Apollo moon landing and tops it off by ex
The Apollo 10 crew deals with an unexpected intruder
"Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell trains for a walk on the Moon he would never make (January 16, 1970)." by Meunderwears in space
Is this slow enough? Apollo 11 launch in slo-mo video
Apollo, posing for the camera!
I watched Apollo 13 and Austin Powers 2 yesterday... something looked very familiar about the rocket launch scenes...
Apollo 13 astronauts Jim Lovell and Fred Haise train for the moonwalk they would never take part in
No big deal, just the immigration form Apollo 11 had to fill in when they came back from The Moon...
RIP Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell
Man makes his Lego Apollo Saturn V Rocket look like it's taking off.
Charlie Duke (Apollo 16) left this on the moon. It would be bleached by now, but so poignant. (1018x1030)
The loneliest family in the world, left on the moon by an apollo astronaut.
A rare moment where you can see Apollo 17 astronaut Jack Schmidt's face behind the visor
Just found this letter to my grandpa...signed by the Apollo astronauts!
We were there: New high resolution images from NASA show Apollo landing sites and ASTRONAUT FOOTPATHS on the moon
Found this interesting little conversation in the Apollo 13 transcripts.
This is Frances "Poppy" Northcutt, who at 25 help designed the return-to-Earth trajectory that the Apollo 8 crew took from the moon, back to Earth, she also help design the and built the descent engine for the Apollo lunar lander.
Neil Armstrong, photographed by Buzz Aldrin shortly after the Apollo 11 EVA
Reddit, meet Apollo, my new rescue pitbull!
Photo I took of the moon which I used to create an animation showing the location of the apollo 11 landing site
NASA releases almost 10k Apollo pictures
A bill sent to Rockwell (manufacturer of the faulty Apollo 13 service module) from Grumman (manufacturer of the lunar module that served as a "life boat" for the crew). Line items include "towing" and accomodations for three guests.
Apollo 16 ascent stage docking
The final boss battle from Apollo 18: Possible spoiler.
The Axe Apollo Girl - Shane Van Der Westhuizen
The speech Richard Nixon would have given if the Apollo 11 astronauts were trapped on the moon
Made this Apollo 11 themed phone wallpaper. Hope you guys enjoy it!
Saturn V (Apollo 4) the night before launch: November 8, 1967