Astronauts use a camera to take pictures, similar to how pictures are taken on earth.
The astronauts were collecting moon rocks and taking pictures as well.
how do astronauts take photos in space
no but they have taken pictures
by not going to the moon at all and taking the pictures somewhere else
You can find them anywhere on the internet.
See the Web Link to the left for a number of options. The general NASA site also has images throughout it, particularly on astronauts bio pages.
Here an is great website that contains images of astronauts, as well as images that astronauts took: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/clickmap/. Here are more opinions and answers from other FAQ Farmers: * Go to Yahoo, Google or Kids Click.com and go to images and write astronauts.
Well, some astronauts do. Not all astronauts will die in space, but some will if the mission went wrong or if it is just being there when you die of natural causes.
Almost all of the early astronauts were military (and some civilian) test pilots.
There were some remote control cameras already hooked up to the spacecraft and the astronauts took many pictures/videos of each other,
There is no way to colonize Uranus. Because astronauts have not even been there. They can only get satellite pictures.
Some astronauts listen to their favorite music.they read there favourite book
I don't know of any specific diseases that effetc astronauts. However, something astronauts do suffer from is extreme muscle atrophy. That is, the loss or shrinking of skeletal muscle. This is due to the amount of time spent in a zero-gravity environment. This is also why you do not see pictures or videos (or press conferences) of astronauts after they returned to earth.
The austernaughts draw pictures and the xplorers of the past had no power but had moter and mmoter boated
The Apollo 8 crew were the first to orbit the moon. They took video and pictures then returned to Earth.
Rock, core, and soil samples, as well as many hundreds of pictures and many hours of video
Astronauts are not necessarily scientists. In fact I'd guess few astronauts are scientists. The original astronauts were test pilots. Some had degrees in engineering. The term rocket scientist is probably a misnomer as most rocket design is done by engineers. Some science specialists are involved.
They find their landing spot and start heading to it. When they reach their destination they begin doind tests and taking pictures.
Some dangers astronauts face are losing oxygen, losing contact with base and crash landing.
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