This (folded) buggy would make David Scott and James Irwin the first two humans to drive on the surface of another world.
Forty-nine years ago, humans came together to witness a remarkable event.
The future of humanity in space promises infinite possibilities. But we need to travel forward with an eye on the past.
Both these prints memorialize remarkable human achievements. Shouldn’t they both be afforded the same protection?
Was this piece of art left on the Moon? We’re not sure.
We understand we need to preserve our terrestrial history. Shouldn’t the same values travel with us to space?