Soft. Massive (too much gravity)
Because it is a gas giant and doesn't have a surface that you could land on, you could just orbit it and observe it from space, which would be a fascinating thing to do. You could land on some of its moons and explore them and observe Jupiter from them.
Because you'd pay for the private airplane to fly you to Antarctica, you could land anywhere you wanted to land that was physically possible. There are no commercial flights to Antarctica.
The Apollo spacecraft that went to the moon carried a crew of three.
Because something went badly wrong with their spacecraft and they still managed to get back alive.
Sacagawea went with Lewis and Clark. she was invaluable to the explorers because she could translate for them in dealings with the Shoshones, whose land the expedition passed through.
Canaan was the land that was promised to Abram. He left the land of Ur and went to Canaan. When a draught came to the region, his descendants went to Egypt. They returned to Canaan because it was their "Promised Land" where God said he would bless them and they could worship their own way in freedom.
They went so they could go for new land.
She went to the land of Punt because she had heard a god "summoning" her to go there
it took part of their land, because the railroad had went inbetween their land.
Because of cheap land and big dreams.
i think because they went the holy land
Yes In fact it went to Pluto.
I think its APOLLO 11...
You would land southwest of paris??
No person was on a planet that was not earth, only the moon
No, there wasn't. Only three men went in the spacecraft.
It was the Russian spacecraft Luna 2. In 1969.
Sputnik one had only radio equipment on it.
Astronaut James Lovell went with Buzz Aldrin on the Gemini 12 spacecraft.
It could be land masses that were already there, it doesn't always have to volcano made. Or, It could be land that was under ground that was exposed when water levels went down