Sunday, July 18, 1999
The Moon Landing 30 Years Later
Where the moonwalkers are now

        1. Neil Armstrong: Apollo 11 (1969). Age 68. Businessman in Lebanon, Ohio.

        2. Buzz Aldrin: Apollo 11 (1969). Age 69. President of three companies in Los Angeles and chairman of National Space Society board of directors.

        3. Charles “Pete” Conrad: Apollo 12 (1969). Killed July 8 in a motorcycle accident in California at 69. Founded and headed Universal Space Lines Inc. of Newport Beach, Calif.

        4. Alan Bean: Apollo 12 (1969). Age 67. Artist in Houston who paints only space scenes.

        5. Alan Shepard: Apollo 14 (1971). First American in space. Died in 1998 at 74.

        6. Edgar Mitchell: Apollo 14 (1971). Age 68. Founder and board member of an institute that researches the mind and nature of consciousness. Lives in Boca Raton, Fla.

        7. David Scott: Apollo 15 (1971). Age 67. Aerospace consultant living in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

        8. James Irwin: Apollo 15 (1971). Died of heart attack in 1991 at 61. Founded High Flight Foundation, evangelistic organization in Colorado Springs, Colo. Led six expeditions to Turkey's Mount Ararat in search of Noah's Ark.

        9. John Young: Apollo 16 (1972). Age 68. Associate director for technical matters at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.

        10. Charles Duke: Apollo 16 (1972). Age 63. Businessman in New Braunfels, Texas, and “committed Christian” who gives motivational talks.

        11: Eugene Cernan: Apollo 17 (1972). Age 65. Chairman and chief executive of Johnson Engineering Corp. in Houston.

        12. Harrison “Jack” Schmitt: Apollo 17 (1972). Age 64. Former U.S. senator and geologist living in Albuquerque, N.M. Teaches part time at University of Wisconsin in Madison.


The Moon Landing: 30 Years Later
Neil Armstrong, The Reluctant Hero
Lebanon's code of silence shields Armstrong
Landing's legacy is still being created
Still to come: the moon, Mars and beyond
NASA research is spinoff city
Flight abounded with drama
Infographic: The descent of the Eagle
- Where the moonwalkers are now
Ohio leads nation in number of astronauts
Cyberspace a great resource for outer space
Special multimedia section from Associated Press