By David Sillito
Media and Arts Correspondent
The minutes before landing were tense, as fuel ran low and connections were lost between the lunar module and mission control
About 600 million were watching in 1969 - thanks largely to an unlikely outpost in rural Australia.
By Matt Lloyd
In July 1969, Apollo 11 became the first spaceflight to successfully land people on the moon.
Mark Armstrong talks about his father, and the first ever Moon landing 50 years ago.
Keith Wright from Buckland Newton worked on the Apollo 11 mission. He tells us what it was like watching men he knew walk on the moon.
By Pallab Ghosh
Science correspondent, BBC News
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins recalls why Neil Armstrong was chosen to be the mission commander.