Apollo 17 mission, exploring the moon. #The moon #Apollo 17 astronaut lunomobil. http://www.mindblowingpicture.com/wallpaper/space/wp2tqj47.html

Apollo 17 mission, exploring the moon. #The moon #Apollo 17 astronaut lunomobil. http://www.mindblowingpicture.com/wallpaper/space/wp2tqj47.html

The Apollo 11 Command/Service Module being mated to the Saturn V Lunar Module Adapter. April 11, 1969.

The Apollo 11 Command/Service Module being mated to the Saturn V Lunar Module Adapter. April 11, 1969.

Father and son observe Apollo 11 launch, the spaceflight which landed the first humans, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the Moon on July 20, 1969 ~ RIP Neil Armstrong. photograph by Ralph Crane

Father and son observe Apollo 11 launch, the spaceflight which landed the first humans, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the Moon on July 20, 1969 ~ RIP Neil Armstrong. photograph by Ralph Crane

A close-up of the lunar surface with Buzz's boot and footprint. He took this photo right after the iconic footprint image.

Photos: Rarely Seen Images of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

A close-up of the lunar surface with Buzz's boot and footprint. He took this photo right after the iconic footprint image.

After finishing at the equipment bay, Neil joined Buzz at the ladder. Buzz gave the camera to Neil, who took four frames of the commemorative plaque on the ladder strut and three pictures of the bulk sample area. This is the first of the plaque photos.

Photos: Rarely Seen Images of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

After finishing at the equipment bay, Neil joined Buzz at the ladder. Buzz gave the camera to Neil, who took four frames of the commemorative plaque on the ladder strut and three pictures of the bulk sample area. This is the first of the plaque photos.

The first photo Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong took after setting foot on the Moon. #space

Incredible Online Gallery of High-Res Film Scans from Every Apollo Mission

The first photo Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong took after setting foot on the Moon. #space

Apollo 14 astronaut Alan B. Shepard, jr saluting the American Flag during the first EVA.

Apollo 14 astronaut Alan B. Shepard, jr saluting the American Flag during the first EVA.

In this July 16, 1969, file photo, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong gives a thumbs up signal as the three Apollo astronauts walk to the transfer van en route to the Saturn Five rocket ready to blast off for the moon, July 16, 1969, Cape Kennedy, Fla.

In this July 16, 1969, file photo, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong gives a thumbs up signal as the three Apollo astronauts walk to the transfer van en route to the Saturn Five rocket ready to blast off for the moon, July 16, 1969, Cape Kennedy, Fla.

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Apollo the last manned Moon landing, leaves the Moon on December

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