Visitors take a selfie with Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit.
The Latest on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing (all times local):9:15 a.m.
The spacesuit that Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong wore for that one small step on the moon is back on display in mint condition.
The 76-pound suit had been out of view and needed to be rehabbed before it was put on display Tuesday at the Air and Space Museum in Washington.
On hand for the unveiling were Vice President Mike Pence, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine and Armstrong's son, Rick.
A fundraising campaign took just five days to raise the $500,000 needed for the restoration.
Calling Armstrong a hero, Pence said "the American people express their gratitude by preserving this symbol of courage."
The Apollo 11 crew of Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins launched to the moon 50 years ago Tuesday. Armstrong died in 2012. 4:30 a.m.
Apollo 11's astronauts are returning to the exact spot from where they flew to the moon 50 years ago.
They will mark the precise moment - 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969 - that their Saturn V rocket departed on humanity's first moon landing.
Mission commander Neil Armstrong - who took the first lunar footsteps - died in 2012.
It kicks off eight days of golden anniversary celebrations for each day of Apollo 11's voyage.
Also Tuesday morning, 5,000 model rockets are set to launch simultaneously at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
At the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, Armstrong's newly restored spacesuit goes on display.
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Approximately two weeks before of the five-decade mark since the 1969 space trip that landed the first two people on Earth's satellite, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will unveil its "Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography."
India's second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, has evoked great interest in Western media and scientific journals, with many saying the mission that costs less than half of the budget of Hollywood blockbuster "Avengers Endgame" will put India in league with lunar pioneers - the US, Russia and China.
British photographer Terry O’Neill, whose images captured London’s Swinging ‘60s and who created iconic portraits of Elton John, Brigitte Bardot and Winston Churchill, has died at age 81.
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Under heavy police protection in the town of Nefta, people danced on dunes as the sun set over the lunar-like landscape of the Sahara desert.