On the Moon there is no atmosphere, so there is nothing to breathe.In addition we need the pressure of the air on our bodies. We alsoneed protection from the extremes of temperature found there.
Yes. Mass and weight are different quantities. The mass of the astronaut is always the same everywhere. The weight of the astronaut is the force on it due to gravity, which depends on the mass and the strength of gravity at the point on the planet, moon or space station the astronaut is standing...
Yes, Neil Armstrong graduated from Purdue University inAeronautical Engineering. He also completed graduate studies at theUniversity of Southern California.
Niel Armstrong said "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
Little Joe II Saturn I Saturn IB Saturn V
To take core samples of the lunar surface.
None. Neil Armstrong earned Eagle Scout in 1947, but the leadershipproject was not added to the requirements until 1959.
Neil Armstrong was the first, Edwin Aldrin was the second. In total so far, 12 NASA astronauts have walked on the moon.
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin - Apollo 11 Pete Conrad, Al Bean - Apollo 12 Alan Shepard, Ed Mitchell - Apollo 14 Dave Scott, Jim Irwin - Apollo 15 John Young, Charlie Duke - Apollo 16 Gene Cernan, Jack Schmitt - Apollo 17
The first man to land on the moon was Neil Armstrong , in July 1969.
One of the most complete resources for the moon missions is http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/frame.html
Yes, colonel Redips is evil, because he is a maverick like epsilon, Redips tricked x to believe that the rebellion army was a threat and was, when you beat epsilon, Redips will get the supra force metal, and when he goes to pick you up, chief R gets killed by the ship's guns then the ship will...
When the Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon, the president of the U.S.A was Richard Nixon.
neil armstrong was the eldest of three in his family.
The Apollo 11 mission sent the lunar module "Eagle" to the moon.
He put a American flag and said That's one step for man a giant leap for mankind.
That's a hard number to state with any real accuracy. The first three missions took place on foot, making the walked distance slightly easier to chart, but the final three had LRV's, so while they certainly did walk quite a bit, the distance was not captured or recorded. the following distances...
he wore a spacesuit, a space helmet and a oxygen tank.
Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20 th 1969.
struggles that neil armstrong had?
" That's one small step for (a) Man, One giant leap for mankind" There is considerable debate about whether or not he said "a". Armstrong freely admits that it is inaudible on the recordings, but maintains that is what he said.
No,he never went back to the moon
No Neil Armstrong never returned to the moon, after Apollo 11 actually he retired shortly as a astronaut.
Neil Armstrong helped his community by visiting the moon and making it back.
They didn't. The moon has no water on it but they have found a few drops but nobody knows where it came from. They discovered this in 1985.
The Command module was named Columbia, and the lunar module was called Eagle after Jules Vernes novel From the earth to the moon.
On 20/7/1969 Edwin Aldrin became the second man to walk on the moon.
One Small step for man, One giant Leap for Mankind
People can walk on the moon wearing a specially designed space suit such as NASA used for the Apollo moon missions. The suit contains the environmental conditions necessary and also the weight to offset the weak gravity of the moon.
Rock, core, and soil samples, as well as many hundreds of pictures and many hours of video
On July 20, 1969 4:18 p.m EDT, Neil Armstrong was the first man tostep on the moon. There he spoke his famous words "That's one small step for man, onegiant leap for mankind."
They collected core, rock and soil samples, they took pictures, and they set up long term science experiments
Apollo 8, launched December 21, 1968, entering lunar orbit December 24, 1968.
No. The Moon has gravity, about 1/6 as much as the Earth does. This means that things weigh less and fall more slowly than on Earth. If they didn't have to wear space suits, they could jump higher and run faster than on Earth. One astronaut tried to see how high he could jump in his bulky spacesuit....
No professional teachers have been to the moon. Only 11 military test pilots and 1 geologist.
the day in 1969 the actual event that happened
yes he heard a ghost sound
If by "they" you mean Apollo 11, they landed on Mare Tranquillitatis.
The first U.S. unmanned lunar soft landing was performed by Surveyor 1 in May, 1966 The first manned lunar landing was performed by the Apollo 11 Lunar Module, call sign Eagle.
Apollo 11 Lunar Module, call sign Eagle.
Janet Shearon was Neil Armstrong's first wife. They had twochildren, one of whom died of a brain tumor. Janet and Neileventually divorced in 1994.
Commander) James A Lovell, (Lunar module pilot) Fred W. Haise, and (Command module pilot) John L 'Jack' Swigert.
He was born in America and is 86 now
In the United States, an Aerospace Engineer can make anywhere from $54,180 - $118,007.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969, at 20:18 UTC. Armstrong became the first to step onto the lunar surface 6 hours later on July 21 at 02:56 UTC.
Neil Armstrong won the gold star medal in the Koorean war, the Presidents medal, The Goddard space medal.
Apollo's 8 (no landing), 10 (no landing), 11, 12, 13 (no landing), 14, 15, 16, and 17.
A variety of people have, inlcuding an old Chinese emperor who strapped a variety of fire crackers to his throne.....he was never seen again.
if you're asking me, i would say because i am not rich and im not in the NASA I have a really good memory and would remember landing on the moon.
JIM LOVELL or NEIL ARMSTRONG.
JOHN GLEN or BUZZ ALDRIN
Apollo 13 did not land on the moon. They had an explosion in the Service Module during their trip from the Earth to the moon and were forced to abandon the mission and return to Earth.
Janet comes from the USA.
Neil armstrong took one small step in the sea of Tran quality.
No they were in one spacecraft but first Neil Armstrong then Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon.
Three crews went to the moon in 1969, Apollos 10, 11, and 12. Apollo 10 was a "test run" for the moon landing and took place in May, 1969, but did not actually land. Apollo 11 was the first lunar landing (July, 1969), followed by Apollo 12 (November, 1969). Apollo 10 crew: Tom Stafford, John...
Because the moon has no atmosphere there is no wind or rain to erode the footprints.
No there was no dog . But the Russian sent a dog called Lyka.
No Neil Armstrong was the oldest of three Children in his family. His younger siblings were namend June and Dean.
Possible contenders are; Neil Armstrong or Yuri Gagarin
Humans landed on the moon for the first time on July 20, 1969, during the US NASA Apollo 11 mission commanded by Neil Armstrong. Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin was the pilot of the Lunar Module, and Michael Collins was the pilot of the Command Module, which stayed in lunar orbit.
The launch vehicle used on all the Apollo moon landing missions was the Saturn V
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
The year of the moon walk was 1969.
Because, there are no storms, rain, or wind,snow or even gravity along with other people steping on the moon to mess them up.
First of all Apollo 13 did not land on the moon. As the side blew out. The astronauts on board were Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise.
Throught his life Armstrong has been a pilot in the United States Navy, a military test pilot, astronaut, and university professor teaching Aerospace Science. He has also been on the board of directors of a number of corporations.
Neil Armstrong's first launch into space occurred on March 16,1966, as the pilot of Gemini 8. He docked the Gemini 8 with apreviously launched Agena rocket.
The first time man landed on the moon was in 1969.
yes neil Armstrong Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first two of twelve.
To be a asronaut you must be a jet pilot and spend over 100 hours in the cockpit, and you should be very very healthy and clever.
The rocket that was used for Apollo 11 was the Saturn five rocket.
It didn't. The space shuttle doesn't go beyond orbit. What landed on the moon was another space craft entirely.
Apollo 11 landed at 20:17 UTC (UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time and is essentially the same as GMT). This means that is was 3:17pm on the East coast of the US and in Houston, TX, where Mission Control is located, it was 1:17 pm.