Neil Armstrong reflected in the helmet visor of Buzz Aldrin

This detail of a July 20, 1969 photo made available by NASA shows astronaut Neil Armstrong reflected in the helmet visor of Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon. The astronauts had a camera mounted to the front of their suits, according to the Universities Space Research Association. So rather than holding the camera up to his eye, as we’re accustomed to, Armstrong would have taken the photos from near his chest, which is where Armstrong’s hands appear to be in his reflection.

Are you looking for ways to celebrate the NASA Apollo 11 mission’s 50th anniversary closer to home?

The Indiana Free Library is hosting a Moon Landing Day Party from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday. Join NASA enthusiast Ron Powell as he talks about space travel, the moon landing and many different astronauts. Guests will make moon sand and watch as Neil Armstrong takes his first steps on the moon. The event will include games, crafts and a snack.

The Carnegie Science Center, located on Allegheny Avenue in Pittsburgh, is also hosting numerous events through its Summer of Space program, including “Space Out! Astronomy Weekend,” where visitors to the museum can celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic mission to the moon. The event, held Saturday and July 21, will include hands-on Earth and space science activities developed by NASA and the National Informal Science Education network, and presentations by special guest astronomers.

Check out the webpage www.carnegiesciencecenter. org/visit/summer-of-space for more events, programs and daily and weekly activities.