What was astronaut Neil Armstrong's total annual salary when he walked on the moon on July 20 1969?
The U.S. Astronauts are not paid at all, they get their monthly salary , if navy or airforce officers.
$30,054 when he walked on the Moon.
The first American astronaut to walk in space was Edward White. In the Gemini spacecraft.
There are a total of TWELVE astronauts who have walked on the moon. The first was Neil Armstrong.
A cosmonaut is the Russian word for an astronaut. No Russian cosmonaut has ever walked on the surface of the moon.
All the men that have walked on the moon have been Caucasian Americans
Not a single women walked on the moon.
Only two walked at a time on the moon.
To date, no black astronauts have walked on the moon.
I realize this question was meant to be tongue in cheek, however, there actually is an answer. They were white. They were part of the required clothing designed specifically for the Apollo program.
an asrtonaut first walked on the moon on the 20th July 1969
He landed walked on the moon and after returning to earth he retired as a astronaut.
So far no black astronaut has yet walked on the moon.
The foot prints of not only Neil Armstrong, but all of them who walked on the moon will remain for ages, the reason being that as there is no wind on the surface of the moon, neither is there rainfall, so they will not be washed out.
The first astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon on 20/7/1969.
His name is Neil Armstrong- he walked on the moon on July 20, 1969.
Charles Pete Conrad was the third man to take the lunar walk. Conrad and astronaut Alan Bean walked on the Moon on NASA's Apollo12 mission .
This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind
As of 2011, no Canadian astronauts have been to the Moon. All astronauts who have walked on the Moon have been American.
The first astronaut to land on the moon was Neil Armstrong , and he walked on the moon in the year 1969.
John Glenn never walked on the moon. NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon. NASA astronaut John Glenn was the first American to orbit the Earth circling the earth three times.
Only the U.S. has landed astronauts on the moon. No Indian astronauts have yet walked on the lunar surface.
Michael Collins stayed in lunar orbit while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon.
Michael Collins who orbited the moon while Armstrong and Aldrin descended to and walked on the lunar surface. Michael Collins
Eugene Cernan, a NASA astronaut, is the last person to have walked on the Moon. He did so on December 14, 1972.
Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Andrew Cernan are the two most recent human beings to have walked on the moon.
Adolph Hitler was a villain. U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong is a hero. He was the 1st man who walked on the moon.
What are the names of the astronaunts that stayed in command module orbiting the moon while the other two walked on the moon?
The name of the astronaut who orbitted the moon was Michael Collins.
The first two astronauts who walked on the moon were Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, which were on the Apollo 11 mission.
Astronaut Michael Collins was the Command Module Pilot of the Apollo 11 mission, and stayed in the Command Module while Armstrong and Aldrin were on the lunar surface.
US astronaut Alan Shepard (1923-1998) was 47 when he walked on the Moon as part of the Apollo 14 mission (February 1971). He was the "first astronaut in space" for the US during his suborbital flight in February 1962, as well as the first man to play golf on the Moon.
The crew of Apollo 14 consisted of Alan Shepard (the first US astronaut to reach space), Ed Mitchell, and Stu Roosa. Of them, Shepard and Mitchell walked on the moon while Roosa remained in lunar orbit aboard the CSM. As commander, Shepard was the first to step onto the moon's surface.
Neil Armstrong was the first astronaut to set foot on the moon. Of the 12 Apollo astronauts who walked on the moon, none were astronomers and most obtained their qualifications in aeronautical engineering through various branches of the US military. The last man to walk on the moon was Harrison Schmitt who was a geologist and the only astronaut who had not served in the military.
CM pilot Richard F. "Dick" Gordon. He remained in the Command Module "Yankee Clipper" while Pete Conrad and Al Bean walked on the moon.
Charles "Pete" Conrad was the third man to take the lunar walk. Conrad and astronaut Alan Bean walked on the Moon on NASA's Apollo12 mission, November 19, 1969.
Who was the first astronauts who were sent to outer space and who walked on the surface of the moon?
The first astronaut in space was Alan shepherd, while Yuri Gagarin is the first cosmonaut in space. Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
He was dejected a a group two astronaut for NASA in the early 1960s and flew in the Gemini, Apollo, and Shuttle programs. He commanded Apollo 16 and is one of only twelve humans to have walked on the moon.
In July 2006 as part of Charlie Mack's Party 4 Peace Annual Celebrity Weekend protesters walked through what city's most violent area?
As Tom walked down Massachusetts Boulevard, he noticed all the fancy jewelry in the store windows. A wide boulevard was used for the annual parade.
As part of the Apollo 11 mission, Neil Armstrong and then Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin walked on the moon. The third astronaut to step foot of the moon was Charles Conrad, as part of the Apollo 12 mission.
No Russian Astronaut, or Cosmonaut, has ever left Earth orbit. 12 Americans walked on the Moon from 1969 to 1972, on Apollo 11 through 17 (with the exception of Apollo 13 which did not land on the Lunar surface).
The question is not clear at all. If you are asking after landing on the moon, then he walked about, collected moon rocks as well as soil. He also did experiments with Aldrin. But after returning back to earth he retired as a astronaut.. But did work for N.A.S.A for some time.
12 astronauts have gotten to walk on the moon, 2 each mission with one astronaut staying back in the Command Module. 18 astronauts were on the missions (3 per mission), 2 walking on the moon each mission.
US astronaut John W. Young was 87 years old when he died on January 5, 2018 (born September 24, 1930). He walked on the Moon as commander of Apollo 16, and flew the first Space Shuttle to space.
There was no Apollo 2. Apollo 1 was to have been the first manned Apollo flight, but it caught fire during a routine ground test a month before the scheduled launch. All 3 astronauts inside died. I think you're asking which astronaut orbited the moon while Armstrong and Aldrin walked below. That man would be Michael Collins, who accompanied Armstrong and Aldrin on Apollo 11.
Each and every one of the 12 men that walked on the moon's surface feel at least once. With the reduced gravity, bulky suits, massive backpacks, and very uneven terrain they were almost gauranteed to spend a good amount of time trying to get back up.
John Glenn did not walk on the moon. On February 20, 1962, NASA astronaut John Glenn flew the Friendship 7 mission becoming the third American in space and the first American to orbit the Earth circling the earth three times.
Here in Canada, the teachers walked out of school for a week to protest and do charity work around the comunity. As students, we could get all of the students in our school to go on a walkout to help the teachers and go against the government. Just a suggestion! :)
Because the gravity of the moon is only 1/6th the gravity of the earth. The astronauts quickly developed a hopping motion on the surface of the moon for going more than a few feet in any direction - for one thing, it was quicker. For a few steps left or right, they walked more normally as they would on earth.
Buzz Aldrin followed Neil Armstrong. They were the first to walk on the moon. Astronaut Michael Collins piloted the Command module in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin took the lunar lander "Eagle" down to the surface and back. (July 20, 1969) (see related question)
Alan Shepard (1923-1998), the first US astronaut launched into space on May 5, 1961, also became the first man to hit a golf ball on the Moon. He became the 5th man to walk on the Moon when he and Edgar Mitchell landed there on the Apollo 14 mission, on January 31, 1971.