If all this talk of moon bombing has you curious about space exploration, you're in luck: National Geographic recently produced this astonishingly elegant map of every space exploration in the last 50 years. Every. Single. One. (If you're annoyed by that zoomable map, you can view a large version here or here)
The trick lies in the graphing system itself: What looks like arbitrary squiggles from afar is actually a record of the path traced by various missions. In turn, these become a handy chart of the places we've visited most frequently—our moon leads at 73 missions, followed by Venus at 43 and Mars at 40.
Too bad it's not available as a poster. But in the meantime, enjoy.