Launching this September! Leading organizations will meet to initiate plans for collaborative STEM engagement activities in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, and the future of NASA exploration. Stay tuned to this site!
NASA kept exploring the moon, even after the Apollo program ended. Studying lunar samples and returning robotic lunar missions has kept scientists busy. A renewed focus on human long-term exploration and utilization of the moon began with Space Policy Directive-1.
The logo offers a nod to the past with elements borrowed from the original program emblem, and a glimpse into the future with a graphic depiction of NASA's vision for the next half-century of deep space exploration.