Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon on July 20, 1969. Now, decades later, we know even more about space! In celebration of this historic event, we've compiled CurioCity's top resources on space exploration.

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Learn why Saturn's moon, Phoebe, is more like a planet than anyone ever imagined!

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Get a general overview of the history of Space Exploration in this Sky Science 101 Backgrounder!

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Most planets have several moons, and many of these moons have fascinating characteristics.

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Most of us know that the moon causes ocean tides but did you know that these tides are actually slowing the speed of Earth’s rotation? (1:58 min.)

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Should we send humans to explore beyond Earth orbit, to the Moon, asteroids, and Mars?

Learn More about To the moon - again?

This question was answered by Heather Auld.

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