MIT alumni and other luminaries gather for the Moon landing’s fortieth anniversary to explore the future of aeronautics and the environment.
On the 40th anniversary of the Moon landing, MIT professors and colleagues discuss the future of exploration in space.
Astronaut Harrison 'Jack' Schmitt recounts his experiences on the Moon and his work on the Apollo mission, at MIT's AeroAstro Department Gardner Lecture event.
The second of four conferences of the Apollo Guidance Computer Project held at MIT brought together engineers, scientists, astronauts and administrators who had worked on the AGC, to discuss software and simulation issues.
The third of four conferences comprising the Apollo Guidance Computer Project at MIT centered on manufacturing and mechanical design issues, and brought together engineers, scientists, astronauts and administrators who had worked on the AGC.
This TV program demonstrates the abilities of the Lunar Excursion Module and the science behind its creation and use.