Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission exhibit coming to Cincinnati Museum Center

The Apollo 11 command module

The Apollo 11 command module"Columbia

Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin made history when they became the first humans to set foot on the moon.

Men may be from Mars, but women will help conquer it by walking on the moon. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing.

"We learned that the interior structure of the Moon is like the Earth", he said.

And while life evolved on Earth, "the Moon is lifeless", he said.

Several moon rocks are on display at the Johnson Space Center, where they attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

But most of the moon rocks are kept at NASA's Lunar Sample Laboratory in Houston.

'They're kept in sealed sample containers in a secure vault that's capable of surviving hurricanes and many other natural disasters, ' Lawrence said.

US President Richard Nixon gave moon rocks collected by Apollo 11 and Apollo 17 astronauts to the 50 states of America and to 135 countries around the world as a token of goodwill.

'We're very careful, ' Lawrence said.

And while the samples have been in NASA hands for five decades, new discoveries are still being made. We're not talking about lots of water, ' Lawrence said.

The series will also include a forthcoming Apollo moon shot augmented-reality app that displays the full timeline of the Apollo program in relation to key moments portrayed in the series.

'The astronauts only directly explored an area that's roughly the size of a large suburban shopping mall, ' Lawrence said. "There's a lot of places on the Moon that we haven't yet explored". The series will air weekly on Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT (same time in PDT). It's going to be pretty spectacular'.