1. July 20, 1969: Apollo 11 Lands On the Moon
Photo by Neil Armstrong, DSK/AFP/Getty Images

    July 20, 1969: Apollo 11 Lands On the Moon

    Photo by Neil Armstrong, DSK/AFP/Getty Images

  2. Views Of A Geisha. Maikos, or apprentice geishas, observe an annular solar eclipse with solar viewers at a shrine in Kyoto, western Japan, on May 21, 2012. The sun and moon aligned over the Earth in a rare astronomical event on Monday - an annular eclipse that dimmed the skies over parts of Asia and North America, briefly turning the sun into a blazing ring of fire. (REUTERS/Yomiuri Shimbun)

    Views Of A Geisha. Maikos, or apprentice geishas, observe an annular solar eclipse with solar viewers at a shrine in Kyoto, western Japan, on May 21, 2012. The sun and moon aligned over the Earth in a rare astronomical event on Monday - an annular eclipse that dimmed the skies over parts of Asia and North America, briefly turning the sun into a blazing ring of fire. (REUTERS/Yomiuri Shimbun)

  3. First Female U.S. Astronaut, Sally Ride, Comes Out In Obituary | BuzzFeed
“I hope it makes it easier for kids growing up gay that they know that another one of their heroes was like them,” Sally Ride’s sister, Bear Ride, said.

    First Female U.S. Astronaut, Sally Ride, Comes Out In Obituary | BuzzFeed

    “I hope it makes it easier for kids growing up gay that they know that another one of their heroes was like them,” Sally Ride’s sister, Bear Ride, said.

  4. View from International Space Station at night 

    (Images taken from ISS. Video created and edited by Knate Myers. Music by John Murphy, taken from the soundtrack for Sunshine.)

  5. FOUND: The most adorable picture taken during the Shuttle Discovery’s final flight to Washington D.C. 
(Photograph by Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images)

    FOUND: The most adorable picture taken during the Shuttle Discovery’s final flight to Washington D.C. 

    (Photograph by Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images)