What would you like to do?
Because siting aint bring you nowhere
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There were 6 trips to the moon, 12 astronauts walked on the moon. Their names were Neil Armstrong,Edwin Aldrin, Charles Conrad, Alan Bean,Alan B. Shepherd, Edgar Mitchell, Joh…n young , Charlie Duke, David Scott, James Irwin, Eugene cernanan and Harrison Schmitt.
Answer Yes, several people have although it was more of a bouncing shuffle than a walk.
put down your right foot, lift your left foot and place it in front, lift your right foot, repeat.
Going to the moon was a dream humanity had since it learned that the moon was another place, a place that maybe you could go. The first attempts where made without people re…aly knowing things has the distance to the moon and the characteristics of space beyond atmosphere. In the 17th century, sir Isaac Newton developed his Gravitational Theory and Gravitation Law, so it becomes possible to learn more about the traveling to the moon. With the beginning of the 20th century, there were the first planes and rockets, and Tsiolkovsky, a Russian scientist, developed the first theoric basis to a rocket motor, relating the mass of fuel and the terminal velocity obtained by a rocket. But a rocket have another uses: it can be used to send bombs to another place, and this was the first practical use of rockets, made by Germany in the 2nd World War. After the War, USA and Soviet Union became competitors in a Cold War. One of the points of the moon walk was to stablish who has the more advanced technology. It started in 1957, with sovietics launching Sputnik, the first artificial satellit. From achievement to achievement, the crown was stablished by Kennedy in his speech, proposing to the USA to land a man on the moon before the ending of the 1960's. Not a small feat, not a easy one, and not a feat that can be diminished. So it was an technologic achievement, but a political message too. USA says "we put a man on the moon, we can put anything anywhere, anytime we want."
First you will need some shoes that are fairly slippy then put onefoot forward and one foot back the back foot needs to be on tiptoes then you bring your front foot back and d…o the same as thefoot that was the back foot a second ago.
You can not walk like on earth on the moon, as it has less gravity you will bounce about.
Salamanca found family, friends, and relationships to be very important. The only possessions that she really talked about were items that linked her to her loved ones. Her mo…ther's hair, postcards, a sweater, her mom's favorite chicken...
Neil Armstrong was the first, Edwin Aldrin was the second. In total so far, 12 NASA astronauts have walked on the moon.
i believe 1955 or 1952
well you try running!!
They walk on the moon because They study about the moon
This is important simply because it is a very important milestone in human development, the first time any human ever set foot on any celestial body besides Earth. Also it was… a matter of pride; many developed countries were in a space race at the time and the US had been beaten for first into space, and so won back some credit by being the first onto the moon.
The most important things in Walk Two Moons are families, friends, and connections. Most of the story focused on how connections with parents effect kids growing up. Losing a …parent, a parent going away, a parent being ill, or not understanding a parents actions all have different effects, and can throw a kids world a bit off balance.
The Space Race was a weapon in the Cold War to determine the superiority of the 2 super powers (the United States and the Soviet Union). Because the Soviets had sent up th…e first satellite, the first animal, the first man, and the first woman into space, it was important that the United States find something they could beat the Soviets at. President John Kennedy turned the Space Race into a race for the moon with his special message to Congress on May 25, 1961. By sending the first men to the moon, the United States proved that its system of government was better, its technology was superior and its people were better at solving the many problems that were involved in sending people to the moon and back. 44 years after the first American walked on the moon, the United States remains the only country to send astronauts out of earth orbit.
Salamanca the most important character in the book.