NASA images show equipment left on the moon

There are new images today from NASA showing equipment left behind when man went to the moon.

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter took the first-ever photos from space showing the landing sites from Apollo 11, which landed 40 years ago on Monday.

The images of the Apollo 11 landing site shows a fuzzy image near a crater, which officials say is the eagle lunar module that took Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the moon.

The images from Apollo 14's landing actually show the tracks made by astronauts Alan Shepard, Jr. and Edgar Mitchell.