It's probably one of the least known space race anniversaries, but this month marks the 50th anniversary of NASA's selection of lunar orbit rendezvous for the Apollo Program.
Taller and wider than the Saturn V, the Nova rocket was designed to generate 12 million pounds of thrust. Too bad it never launched.
NASA's first Saturn V launch was as impressive as it was daring.
Buried beneath Pad A at Kennedy Spaceflight Center is one of the safest places in the world.
Like the Falcon 9 did on Sunday, the Saturn V experienced two engine malfunctions that had little to no impact on the success of the mission.
We've just passed the 40th anniversary of Apollo 17's splashdown. What might we have seen from the cancelled Apollo missions?