Did the man land on the moon in 1969?
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In the year neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin were the first men to land on the moon in the year 1969.
The American space centre N.A.S.A was involved in landing an American on the moon by the end of the decade. As was told by President John Kennedy.
It was The 20th of July, 1969
There is a technical answer to this which is very complex. There is another answer for this that is also appropriate but not very technical. The first and subsequent moon land…ings (and one near miss!0 were the result of at least 10 years of determined and calculated effort on the part of literally thousands of like minded individuals who felt it was their mission to accomplish the astronomical feet of safely landing, and returning earth people to the moon. People of ALL walks of life participated in and shared the glories and frustrations of this event. At least 3 U.S. Astronauts lost their lives while making this attempt (Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee on Apollo 1 while on launch pad tests). It would be safe to say others gave their lives as well in support of what they determined to be a noble and worthwhile endeavor! There were others in the race, notably the Russian Cosmonauts, many who also gave their lives in pursuit of a dream.
30% of people today think that moon landing is fake.
For Jeffery, Michael Collins and Me
It didn't. The space shuttle doesn't go beyond orbit. What landed on the moon was another space craft entirely.
It was a quick visit to the moon, samples of moon rocks were collected, photographs were taken, and brought back to Earth.
Apollo 11, July 20, 1969 Apollo 12, November 19, 1969 Apollo 14, February 5, 1971 Apollo 15, August 2, 1971 Apollo 16, April 21, 1972 Apollo 17, December 11, 1972
buzz Aldrin and neil Armstrong landed on the moon & Armstrong was the first to step onto the surface. Michael Collins remained behind; piloting the command module orbiting the… moon.
There were only two lunar landings from the year 1960 _ 1969, they wetre Apolo 11 and Apollo 12..
The Lunar Module, or LM... then known as the Lunar Excursion Module, until someone realized that the word "excursion" seemed frivolous to dim people, of whom there are quite a… number.
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and some other chap who never walked on the surface