March to the Moon — new digital archive from NASA & ASU

“Arizona State University announced last week the launch (no pun intended) of the new Project Gemini Online Digital Archive, an online archive of NASA’s Gemini spacecraft flights. (From the announcement: “Project Gemini (1964-1966) was the second United States human spaceflight program, after Project Mercury (1960-1963). The overarching goal was to test systems and operations critical to the Apollo program (1961-1975), conceived with the purpose of ‘landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth’.” The archive is available at “

Source:  Tara Calishain’s ResearchBuzz Jan. 19, 2012

Science — the “Moon Issue” — January 30, 1970

In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the "moon walk", AAAS and Science has made this issue available to everyone.  Princeton University has had access via JSTOR for some time:

At the AAAS link, you’ll see the link to the special "Moon issue"