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It was sent to orbit the moon twice and land safely.
No, Apollo 8 was the first manned mission the orbit the moon but it did not land on it.
John Glenn did not land anywhere on the moon. He was the first American to orbit Earth, in 1962.
Since the Moon is always orbiting Earth, both Earth and Moon together orbit the Sun in 1 year.
There is no evidence that the moon has ever left its orbit since it formed, and there is no reason to expect that it will leave its orbit anytime in the forseeable future.
Get a rocket that takes you from Earth's surface to Moon's orbit, and use a Lunar Lander to travel from Moon's orbit to surface. That's the way Apollo missions did.You will have to use a rocket to get there.
Apollo1 was the first spacecraft in the Apollo mission to launched into orbit and land directly land on the moon.
Apollo 6 was an unmanned test flight, which was not intended to reach the moon. Apollo 8 was the first to orbit the moon. Apollo 11 was the first to land on the moon.
Since the Moon has no atmosphere, any orbit where an object doesn't crash onto the Moon would do - even a few meters above the highest mountaintop that might otherwise interfere with the orbit.
No, Apollo 8 was the first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon, but it did not land.
Although dogs have been sent into orbit of the Earth, they have not yet landed on the moon.
No. The space shuttle is built for low Earth orbit, not moon landings.