On July 20 -- to celebrate the 46th anniversary of the moon landing -- the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum (NASM) asked the public to help them "reboot" the spacesuit worn by Neil Armstrong, who took those first steps. Within a few days, the institution
exceeded its goal of $500,000
to prepare the suit for display once more in 2019, about 15 years after it was put into storage for conservation.
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NASM hopes to raise another $200,000 now to restore the suit of Al Shepard, the first American in space. But what other Apollo artifacts are going to need some restoration in the coming years? Discovery News spoke with Lisa Young, an NASM objects conservator. Click through the slideshow to see what else needs some tender, loving care.