THE SPACE EDUCATORS' HANDBOOK

GALLERY OF TIME MAGAZINE SPACE COVERS

Copyright 1969 by TIME, INC.

Click here to see large photo of the July 25, 1969 cover of TIME.

The TIME cover of the July 25, 1969 issue featured Neil Armstrong. Contents of the magazine included a detailed description of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission, photos of liftoff, a review of the Lunar Lab, an article about the future of the space program called NEXT, MARS AND BEYOND, and the transmitted television picture of Aldrin and Armstrong planting the U.S. flag on the Moon.


Copyright 1969 by TIME, INC.

Click here to see large photo of the July 18, 1969 cover of TIME.

The July 18, 1969 TIME cover displayed a painting of the lunar module orbiting the Moon. The issue was titled TO THE MOON SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT. An interesting discussion about the benefits of going to the Moon entitled: CAN THE MOON BE OF ANY EARTHLY USE was included along with a group of detailed sketches of how the Apollo 11 astronauts would reach the Moon, land and return to Earth. A brief history of pioneers (Tsiolkovsky, Oberth, and Goddard were pictured.) who contributed to rocketry and the lunar landing program was included in the articles: THE PIONEERS and WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE. (Houbolt, Von Braun, and Draper were pictured.) Finally, the obligatory article concerning the crew and their families was included and entitled: THE CREW: MEN APART.


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Author: Jerry Woodfill / NASA, Mail Code ER7, jared.woodfill1@jsc.nasa.gov

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Picture of the logo of NASA Johnson Space Center's Automation, Robotics, and 
Simulation Division.  The logo depicts a robot extended arm and hand.  The robotic 
hand holds Mars in its grasp.