Apollo 50th Anniversary

Celebrate with NASA's Solar System Exporation Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI)


During the Apollo program of the 1960s and '70s, NASA sent nine missions to the Moon. Six of them landed a total of 12 astronauts safely on the surface, the only times humans have visited another world.

The historic Apollo lunar landing on July 20, 1969 paved the way for future space exploration and opened the door to boundless curiosity and discovery as NASA sets its sights once again on exploring the Moon.

The Apollo 50th anniversary also serves as a reminder of how the first views of Earth from the Moon transformed the way we see ourselves as humans, and symbolizes how anything is possible.

SSERVI’s Celebration of the Apollo 11 Anniversary

SSERVI is NASA’s virtual institute focused on enabling human exploration and scientific discovery through interdisciplinary, international collaborative investigations. As the Moon is one of our primary destination targets, a large portion of the SSERVI research builds upon the scientific and exploration legacy from Apollo.

As such, we are celebrating the Apollo 11 Anniversary through a multitude of events and downloadable print products. Each event and all print materials listed on our website are free and open to the public. We encourage you to download the files and print them for yourselves and any event that you may be planning for the Anniversary. Please contact us if you have any questions about our products or would like recommendations on printing.

Looking for more Apollo 50th details?

Visit the official anniversary page on nasa.gov