Latest Moon landing conspiracy theories Stories
The first moon landing in 1969 has been the source of one of history’s greatest conspiracy theories, but now technology, and a lot of attention to detail, is helping to prove the theories wrong.
An audit of NASA has turned up evidence that hundreds of moon rocks and other space matter are apparently missing, many of which have been loaned out by the space agency.
A lunar sample from a rock that once sat on the surface of the moon will be on public display at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, AZ beginning November 5, 2011.
NASA is looking into a possible eye condition that could blind astronauts if they were to undertake a multiyear mission to the Red Planet.
RR Auction, an Amherst, NH-based company, is offering a treasure trove of more than 800 unique and amazing historical objects in a Space and Aviation Artifacts auction this September 15-22.
NASA has recovered moon dust that was stolen from the space agency after the 1969 Apollo 11 mission just before it was about to be sold at auction.
A California woman is being questioned about her claims that she had a sample from the lunar surface for sale.
Dr. James Garvin, chief scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, answers your questions about the 'supermoon' phenomenon.
A special independent panel is encouraging the White House to reconsider plans for having NASA send astronauts back for another walk on the moon.
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