Astronomy July 2019

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Michael Collins remembers Apollo 11
David J. Eicher
The command module pilot had a unique role in the historic first Moon mission and recalls the details of that amazing time in an exclusive interview.

One small step
David J. Eicher and Brian Mya
A 3D look at how Apollo 11 made history.

Building Apollo
Amy Shira Teitel
Changing requirements, trail and error, and outside-the-box thinking were all behind the deisgn of the crafts that carries Apollo astronauts to the Moon and back.

Sky This Month
The ringed planet at its peak.
By Martin Ratcliffe and Alister Ling

StarDome and Path of Planets
Richard Talcott; Illustrations by Roen Kelly

One giant leap for mankind
Richard Talcott
It’s hard to believe 50 years have passed since humans first set foot on the Moon.

The first astrogeologists 
Anna Groves
From testing space suits to determining how to trace the Moon and collect lunar samples, American geologists were critical to the Apollo missions.

Apollo in pop culture
Erika K. Carlson
The missions’ success helped shaped countless aspects of modern society, from science fiction to postage stamps.

Target the Apollo landing sites
Michael E. Bakich
Even a small scope can help you pinpoint these six famous six locations.

Ask Astro
Ice giants’ origin story.
Astronomy Discover