It’s not rockets and satellites that make NASA soar. It’s people. NASA Explorers is a new digital series that takes you inside the space agency and follows the pioneers, risk-takers and experts at the frontline of exploration. NASA Explorers: Apollo is an audio series about our Moon and the people who explore it. During the Apollo program, the Moon became a part of the human domain. Twelve astronauts walked on the lunar surface, conducted research there and collected Moon rocks to bring back to Earth for study. Fifty years after humanity’s first steps on the Moon, today’s lunar scientists are searching for answers to the big questions: How did the Moon form? How did our solar system evolve? Did the Moon help life on Earth get its start?
NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey.
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It’s not rockets and satellites that make NASA soar. It’s people. NASA Explorers is a new digital series that takes you inside the space agency and follows the pioneers, risk-takers and experts at the front line of exploration. Season 1, “Cryosphere,” joins NASA scientists on their journey to the frozen ends of the Earth as they study our rapidly changing world from satellites, planes and boots on the ground.
A look at the 50th anniversary of Apollo that landed humans on the Moon
For six decades, NASA has led the peaceful exploration of space, making discoveries about our planet, our solar system, and our universe.
Join NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine as he explores all aspects of America's space program and embeds you into critical conversations about how NASA pioneers the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.