Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the surface of the moon. Harrison Schmitt was the 12th and final man to step foot onto the moon as a member of Apollo 17. Schmitt reflects on the first lunar landing and details his own time walking on the moon.

What will the future of space travel look like? With billionaires like Space X's Elon Musk and Blue Origin's Jeff Bezos leading the way, how likely is it humans will soon return to the moon ... and even go to Mars? Dr. Michio Kaku, professor of physics and author of "The Future of Humanity," Dr. Robert Zubrin, president of The Mars Society and author of "The Case for Space" and Terry Hart, Professor of aerospace engineering at Lehigh University and former NASA astronaut weigh in on the new space race.

Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.