The Apollo 11 First Landed Humans On The Moon

Today we have to talk about Apollo 11. This was a space flame that first landed humans on the moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot buzz Aldrin, both American, 20:17 UTC on 20 July, 1969 landed on the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle. They spent about two and a quarter hours out of this spacecraft, and brought back to Earth for the moon material collected 47.5 pounds. Apollo 11 was launched on 16 July 13:32 UTC from the Kennedy Space Center of Merritt Island in Saturday's V rocket, and was the fifth crude mission of NASA's Apollo program. So let's call Apollo 11 Get a little more information about.

Apollo 11 effectively finished Space Race and in 1961, the national target was proposed by President John F. Kennedy. The essential technologies and techniques for Apollo were developed by Project Gemini. Apollo 1 fire by Apollo 1 fire on April 27, 1967, was abruptly stopped by the Apollo Project, in which astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger B. Chaffee died and subsequent investigations were investigated. In March 1969, Apollo 9 in the Earth's orbit Chandra gave its place to the module, and in May of May Apollo 10 organized a "dress rehearsal" in the moon orbital. By July 1969, Apollo 11 was all in preparation for the final step on the Moon.

In Nuffield Radio Astronomy Laboratories radio telescope in England, its transmission was recorded in Luna 15 and this was introduced for the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 in July 2009. Apollo 11 was the second American mission where all crewmembers previously had a space flow experience. Apollo 11 main crew did not have the cheerful camaraderie that had a characteristic of Apollo 12; instead they had a systematic working relationship, in which Armstrong was particularly interested in Glasgow, but Collins, who believed himself alone. Apollo 11 was delayed from its July launch date, when Ken Mattingly was moved from the support crew into parallel training with Anders; Anders would be unavailable at the time.

For Apollo 11, the support crew included Ken Mattingly, Ronald Evans and Bill Pogue. The 11 missions were designed by the name Collins, who wanted a symbol for "peaceful lunar landing by the United States". Upgrade 10 crew Then his spacecraft Charlie Brown and Snoopy, a public official, assistant manager of Public Affairs, Julian Scheer, Manned Spacecraft Center's manager of the Apollo Spacecraft Program Office, George M. Low wrote that the Apollo 11 crew had their Craft s may be less flippant in naming.

Approximately 10 million viewers saw Apollo 11 launching highways and beaches around the launch site. On 19 July 17:21:50 on UTC, Apollo 11 passed behind the moon and fired its service engine to enter the Moon orbit. Apollo 11 A surveyor 5 landing site is 25 km. Southeast and Ranger 8 crash site's 68 km In the space, Armstrong thought of a short landing in the Boulder area, so that it could collect geological samples, but since then its horizontal velocity was very fast. Apollo 11 had less fuel than most subsequent missions, and astronauts had less fuel in advance Alert has encountered.

Apollo 11 used the landing site photography to visualize three dimensions and a stereo digital elevation model from the LRO camera. The use of small-scale television is incompatible with Broadcast TV, so Apollo 11 was displayed on a special monitor and on this monitor A traditional TV camera was spotted, which significantly reduces the quality of the picture. About seven minutes after climbing the surface of the Moon from the spaceship, Armstrong collected a specimen of a contiguous plot using a sample bag on the stick, then folded the bag and put it in the pocket on the right thigh. Hammer's only use was on the 11th time, But Apollo was unable to enter deeper than 6 6 inches. Then the astronauts collected rock samples using scoops and tongs on the extension handles. The exhibition of the Apollo 11 lunar sample was given in 1970 as a gifted gift by Nixon.

Apollo 11 Nixon's speech writer William Safire was prepared for the event to be shot in the catastrophe for the astronauts on the moon trapped on the event. On July 12, the Apollo 11 still on the launch pad, Hornet left Pearl Harbor for the recovery area in the central Pacific, which was around 10 ° 36'N 172 ° 24'E. The American Samoa flag on Apollo 11 is displayed in the John P. Hayden Museum in Pago Pago, the capital of American Samoa. The success of the Apollo 11 demonstrates the technological superiority of the United States on other nations. With the success of Apollo 11, America won the Space Race. In July 2013, a conservator discovered a series of Atlantis-based engines under debris, which NASA has confirmed from Apollo 11.

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