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Yuri Gagarin, a cosmonaut of the USSR (Soviet Union, now Russia) completed the first manned orbit of the Earth on April 12, 1961. He was the "first man in space".
Major Yuri Gagarin flew in the Russian spacecraft in 1961.
The first space shuttle was first launched in 1981.
The first ever manned mission was done on April 12, 1961, by Yuri Gagarin (USSR).
Russian named Major Yuri Gargarin, Vostok Rocket, 1961.
The three most common are the Kennedy Space Center, Vandenberg Air Force Base, and the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
The Saturn 5 rocket stood 365 ft tall.
Yuri Gagarin becomes the first man in space on April 12, 1961 .
On April 12, 1961; Russian Yuri Gagarin went into space on board the Vostok 3KA-3, (Vostok 1), and made an orbital flight around the Earth.
There were 13 Saturn V rockets launched from either Pad 39A or Pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Apollo 10 was the only mission to launch from Pad 39B. All the other m…isssions launched from Pad 39A. SA-501 - Apollo 4 - November 9, 1967 - (unmanned test flight) SA-502 - Apollo 6 - April 4, 1968 - (unmanned test) SA-503 - Apollo 8 - December 21, 1968 - (first manned flight to the moon) SA-504 - Apollo 9 - March 3, 1969 - (first manned test of the lunar module in earth orbit.) SA-505 - Apollo 10 - (tested the lunar module in lunar orbit) SA-506 - Apollo 11 - (the first manned lunar landing) SA-507 - Apollo 12 - (landed on the moon near Surveyor 3) SA-508 - Apollo 13 - (oxygen tank in service module exploded on its way to the moon) SA-509 - Apollo 14 - (landed near Cone Crater) SA-510 - Apollo 15 - (landed in the Hadley Appenine region of the moon. first mission to carry a Rover) SA-511 - Apollo 16 - (landed in the Descarte Highlands in search of lunar volcanic activity. found none.) SA-512 - Apollo 17 - December 7, 1972 - the last manned lunar landing SA-513 - Skylab 1 - May 14, 1973 - (unmanned orbital workshop. Skylab 1 was launched unmanned, it was later inhabited by 3 crews.)
Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, a soviet pilot, was the first human to be launched into space. His Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit around the earth in April of 1961.