Where did Colombus first land?
In the bahammas
Christopher Columbus discovered America for Europeans in 1492 . He started his voyage on Aug. 3 rd 1492, leaving Palos, Spain. According to the travel journals he kept, the first island on which he landed was modern San Salvador on Monday, October 10, 1492.
Christopher Colombus died of a heart attack caused by Reiter's Syndrome (also called reactive arthritis). According to his personal diaries and notes by contemporaries, the symptoms of this illness (burning pain during urination, pain and swelling of the knees, and conjunctivitis) were clearly evide…nt in his last three years ( Full Answer )
Christopher Colombus was a Russian explorer who founded France in the year 1562. He was born on 2/4/1536, and was beheaded on 6/3/1587.
Christopher Columbus was married around the age of 27. His wife, Felipa Perestrello e Moniz, died about two years later. He also had a son (Fernando) by his mistress, Beatriz Enriquez de Arana. He married his first wife Felipa in Portugal in 1478 or 1479 and about a year later, they had a son (Dieg…o). Felipa may have died about a year later when the family lived in the Madeira Islands off Africa. Around 1485, he began a long relationship with Beatriz, although they never married, and Fernando was born in 1488. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus first landed on an island in the Bahamas. Hecalled the island San Salvatore. He called the people Indiansbecause he thought he'd reached the West Indies.
Legend has it that Kupe's first New Zealand landing point was the Hokianaga Harbour, Northland.
The first probes to impact and land on Mars, were the Soviet Union's Mars 2 and Mars 3, launched May 19, 1971. Mars 2 crashed while Mars 3 safely landed.
The first human-made object to reach the surface of the Moon was the Soviet Union's Luna 2 mission on 13 September 1959. The USA was the first country to land people, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the moon, 20 July, 1969.
NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to step onto the lunar surface on July 20, 1969.
Christopher Colombus was an Italian explorer who wanted to prove tothe king and queen in Spain that the world was round so he went ona journey to prove it. he sailed on 3 ships santa maria, Nina, andthe Pinta.
Christopher Columbus was Catholic. Some historians believe he was a converso, a convert from Judaism.
102:45:40 Aldrin: Contact Light. [At least one of the probes hanging from three of the footpads has touched the surface. Each of them is 67 inches (1.73 meters) long. The ladder strut doesn't have a probe. Buzz made the call at 20:17:40 GMT/UTC on 20 July 1969.] 102:45:43 Armstrong (on-boar…d): Shutdown 102:45:44 Aldrin: Okay. Engine Stop. 102:45:45 Aldrin: ACA out of Detent. 102:45:46 Armstrong: Out of Detent. Auto. 102:45:47 Aldrin: Mode Control, both Auto. Descent Engine Command Override, Off. Engine Arm, Off. 413 is in. 102:45:57 Duke: We copy you down, Eagle. 102:45:58 Armstrong: Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed. 102:46:06 Duke: (Momentarily tongue-tied) Roger, Twan...(correcting himself) Tranquility. We copy you on the ground. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We're breathing again. Thanks a lot. 102:46:16 Aldrin: Thank you. ( Full Answer )
He really was exploring for a route to the east by traveling west. He ended up exploring the Caribbean area of the western hemisphere.: Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer traveled on many voyages. He is also mistakenly given credit for discovering North America. He took four major trips of ex…ploration between Europe and lower North America. You can find more information here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explore... ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus found himself around the Bahamas area. you should know that by now.! =)
No, Christopher Columbus was not Spanish, he was Italian. Queen Isabella of Spain sponsored his trips.
On July 19 Apollo 11 passed behind the Moon and fired its service propulsion engine to enter lunar orbit. In the thirty orbits  that followed, the crew saw passing views of their landing site in the southern Sea of Tranquility (Mare Tranquillitatis) about 20 kilometers (12 mi) southwest of the… crater Sabine D (0.67408N, 23.47297E). The landing site was selected in part because it had been characterized as relatively flat and smooth by the automated Ranger 8 and Surveyor 5 landers along with the Lunar Orbiter mapping spacecraft and unlikely to present major landing or extra-vehicular activity (EVA) challenges.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_11 ( Full Answer )
WHY WE STILL CELEBRATE COLUMBUS DAY We celebrate Columbus Day because we as people have to remember the so very famous explorers.
i think he was genoese (Italian) but he sailed for the country of Spain. at least htats what I've heard
Columbus did not discover the new world because the Indians or (now called) native Americans where the first inhabitants of America or the new world.
Well Christopher Colombus didn't sail in the two smallest ships. Those were his brothers who were sailing them. Christopher Colombus sailed in the SANTA MARIA...
The first animals to enter land were the invertebrates, followed by some fish which later evolved into amphibians.
The first moon landing was a stupendous technical achievement, and probably remains to this day the most remarkable accomplishment of the human race. It is so difficult to travel to the moon and return safely to Earth that it is quite amazing that we were able to do it. Aside from that, the moon lan…ding was significant in a number of other ways. Because the US was able to do this when the USSR wasn't, the moon landing became part of the international public relations competition between the western world and the Soviet bloc. The Soviet Union, which always claimed to be superior to the decadent capitalist west in every way, obviously wasn't. The moon landing was also inspiring to a generation of scientists, who went on to create much more technology which has transformed the world very profoundly, since the moon landing in 1969, and which has made it possible for you & I to have this discussion on the internet. ( Full Answer )
No verifiable evidence has ever been presented to indicate that any alien has ever landed on earth. However, complex organic molecules have been shown to exist in meteorites, so some of the origins of organic life could be called "alien". It has also been suggested that life itself was brought to… earth by asteroids or meteorites (see exogenesis and panspermia), making all life inherently "alien". These hypotheses have no evidence backing them, of course, and are not really useful. It really doesn't answer the question of how life began, it just kicks the question to another planet, without addressing how it came about *there*. An explanation that doesn't explain is not valuable to science. In science, the simplest explanation that fits the facts is preferred. The simplest explanation for life on Earth is that it began here on Earth. So in answer to your question... we are still waiting. ( Full Answer )
No one has yet landed on any planet except earth. It would be very difficult to land on the surface of Jupiter - (1) because we don't know if it even has a solid surface, (2) even if it did, the surface pressure would be so great that it would crush any astronaut, (3) Jupiter is very far away, (4) t…he extreme radiation would kill any living thing that enters the atmosphere. ( Full Answer )
In the paleozoic, more specifically the Silurian period. Liverworts had evolved by 472 million years ago, putting the very earliest land plants closer to the end of the Ordovician than at the beginning of the Silurian.
a Robot! No manned Soviet craft have landed on the Moon, at least officially. There was one in the movie Apollo l8, but that"s science fiction, and very downbeat Science fiction at that. They could have made some concessions to at least allow one member of the A-l8 crew to survive ( such as the orbi…tal observer , who did not actually land on the Moon, and he had the Command module.) ( Full Answer )
To date, no manned mission has been sent to Mars. However, there is some serious discussion in the scientific community about the feasibility of sending humans to Mars. ====== Another contributor tempered the irrational exuberance: Although the scientific and engineering communities are in g…eneral agreement that a manned mission to Mars could be accomplished within 10 to 15 years, at the present time (January 2011), there is no approved, funded project in progress with that objective. In other words, people are dreaming it, but there is no work being done on it. ( Full Answer )
In 1570 English sailors were fishing in the waters off the Grand Banks the coast of Newfoundland and in 1578 Elizabeth issues a charter to Sir Humphrey Gilbert giving him the right to establish a colony in America. Operating under the charter he lands in Newfoundland with 200 and officially claimed …the island for England, but he doesn't stay and Gilbert drowns in a storm enroute back to England. His half brother Sir Walter Raleigh two years after his brothers death sent 7 ships of over 100 men to America to establish a colony and look for gold. Roanoke was established, no gold was found, and the colony fought with local natives. When Drake landed in June 1586 many of the colonist accepted his offer of passage back to England. In 1587 another group of colonist arrive in Roanoke headed by John White and the first English women to come to America were in this group of 100. The first English baby will be born. White left and intended to return, but the Spanish attacked with the Armada and White couldn't leave, but when he got back in 1591 the island was deserted and no one knows what happened to the colony. ( Full Answer )
The only failure was it was manually landed by Neil Armstrong, to avoid a crater.
This question is unanswerable. That would be the first man created, which was Adam , who was later partnered with Eve .
There is no record of this event so there is no way of knowing when and what the first hit was.
The first Europeans to settle in Canada were Norse. They came around 1000, but did not stay long. The next activity came with Giovanni Caboto, who was exploring for England. After this, explorers from other nations such as the Portugal and Basque started to come to Canada.
A human being was the first animal on the moon. No other animal has been sent to land on the moon. One reason is that it takes skill and intelligence to lift off the surface and an animal would be stranded on the moon once it landed. It would die.
It would be very close to impossible to answer that question, as the "first land battle" would've occurred in or about 1955 and possibly even earlier (1954) or later (1956), as US forces were present in RVN during those time frames. Fighting was occurring during those dates between the US and the fo…rces of communism in South Vietnam. ( Full Answer )
No "cosmonaut" ever landed on the moon. The word cosmonaut is the Soviet Union's title for men and women it sends into space. The Soviet Union never placed a person on the moon. The word "astronaut" is the title the United States uses for its space explorers. The first astronaut on the moon was Neil… Armstrong. ( Full Answer )
In July 1969 Neil Armstrong landed on the moon with NASA. So the first man has all ready landed.
The first (non-Earth) planet landed on (i.e., a soft landing) by aman-made spacecraft was Venus, by the Venera 7 probe from the USSRin 1970. The parachute seemed to fail on descent, precipitating aharder landing than intended, and the craft likely rolled onto itsside resulting in a bad antenna aim t…owards Earth - but some weaksignals were received, from which at least the surface temperaturecould be obtained. There were of course earlier soft landings on the Lunar surface(but this does not qualify under modern definition of a planet). ( Full Answer )
As John Kennedy set the target in 1961 that America must land a manon the moon and bring him back safely back to earth, the space racehad truly begun. That date to finish it was December 31 1969.
Technically the Canary Islands as the Pinta was in trouble, but officially in San Salvador (Cuba) near America. He thought he had landed in India though.
Coulomb's Law. "the force of attraction or repulsion between two 'point' charges is directly proportional to the product of their charges and inversely proportional to the squared of the distance between them." consider two very very very tiny particles. both have a positive char…ge. now we know that opposite charges attract each other. so, if we bring them close they will try to stick to each other. lets call charge one q1 and charge two q2. the force they experience(according to coulomb's law) will be f É q1 x q2 É=alpha, sign of proportionality f=force the force will be inverse of the distance between them(visualize this scenario) f 1/É r^2 r is the distance the final equation becomes. f=K (q1q2)/r^2 and k is the coulombs constant. it has a value which is 8.9x10^9 Nm2C^-2 that's all .. ( Full Answer )
Contrary to popular belief, the Mayflower did not land at Plymouth Rock; it landed in what is now Virginia, possibly at Cape Cod.
Because he found the Island. Or at least he thought he did. Native Americans found it first and they hid so therefore, he thought that he found the land.
Columbus made it known to Europe that there was a whole new landmass located between Europe and Asia (across the Atlantic), althought this wasn't known until after his death. He also sailed in the name of Spain, despite being an Italian, allowing the Spanish to be the first Europeans to arrive. This… gave them an advantage in conquering land, in which they did more of, and were able to spread their culture and language more than other Europeans. This is why the majority of the Americas speak Spanish. By opening Europe up to this new land, Europe was now able to acquire more resources, wealth, and power. He also introduced Europeans to a new ethnic group: the Native Americans. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Colombus was born before October 31, 1451 in Genoa , part of a modern Italy.
That is the correct spelling of the Latinized proper name "Columbus", notably Christopher Columbus ( Cristoforo Colombo ), and the capital city of Ohio.
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Christopher Colombus is not an actor. He is in fact a historical figure who is well-known for having been a man whose voyages to what is now known as North and South America led to the colonization of those areas by Europeans.
The Italian sailor, Christopher Colombus, was important to the Western Hemisphere that due to the discoveries a whole new world was opened for Europe for colonization. It's important to note that although Lief Erickson is believed to be the first man to "find the New World" , nothing became of his d…iscoveries. The voyages of Colombus beginning in 1492, were significant as Europe made use of his voyages to form their own colonies in the Western Hemisphere. ( Full Answer )
The voyages of Christopher Columbus resulted in Europeans realizing that an entire western hemisphere existed. Following his voyages, European powers began to colonize this New World. The results of his voyages was one of most significant events of all time.
Yes. He was born in Genoa, which is a city in Italy, which is acountry in Europe.