I followed a link from this forum to Apollo Archive site. Truly fascinating! I spent a couple of hours just clicking through the photo albums of Apollo 11 landing, etc.
What I want to know is: is there any online resource that comprehensively documents the benefits and insights gained from all these moon expeditions?
Is all that knowledge gained in public domain or is it secretly safeguarded?
What were the experiments conducted, what were the findings and discoveries, how has it benefited mankind? How were the experiments planned in the first place, for what purpose, whether the results were in tune with expectations, so on.
Also, why were the astronauts quarantined in Hornet 3 module after splashdown? What are biological isolation suits?
What did we learn overall from the moon expeditions, and how is it going to help us actually? Was it necessary to go to the moon to learn what we did? Did we learn anything unexpected / surprising thanks to the landing?