This excellent photograph of Buzz Aldrin was taken by Neil Armstrong in 1969, aboard the Apollo 11 Lunar Module just before they landed on the surface of the moon.
The American Optical Flight Goggle #58, or AO sunglasses as they're more commonly known, were the first sunglasses to land on the moon.
This is the Saturn V Flight Manual used by astronaut and Lunar Module pilot Edgar Mitchell during the Apollo 14 program, Mitchell was just the 6th man to walk on the moon and spent 9 hours in the Fra Mauro Highlands region on February the 6th 1971.
This BBC documentary, titled "To Mars By A-Bomb - The Secret History of Project Orion", is one of the most fascinating 60 minute films I've seen so far this year.
Wernher Von Braun's first lunar lander design had room for 25 astronauts, the extraordinary behemoth weighed in at 8,739,000 lbs, was 160 ft tall, 108 ft in diameter and could (theoretically) produce 390,043 ft-lbs of power.
This shot captures the crew of Apollo 15 before their mission to the Moon, in the foreground you can see the General Motors powered Moon Buggy they used for testing and pre-mission practice.