Who took the picture of the man on the moon?
Many people don't know, but the first footage of a man on the moon ( Neil Armstrong) was taken by the camera on the side of the lunar module Eagle. This was able to be deployed by Armstrong just before exiting. After that, Armstrong photographed Aldrin, the second man on the moon with a hand-held camera. There were also five other missions where the same methods were used to photograph a total of twelve astronauts on the moon's surface.
No, it should be "This is the man of whom I took a picture." Today, in casual language, grammarians are generally flexible about the rule saying you can't end sentences with prepositions, so "This is the man whom I took a picture of" would be okay for informal speech. ****** Informally, you could also simply say, "This is the man I took a picture of."
The first man to put foot on the moon was Neil Armstrong followed shortly by Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin. The rocket that took them into Earth orbit was a Saturn V (five). The spacecraft that took them to the moon and into orbit around it was an Apollo and the spacecraft that took them from moon orbit to the surface of the moon was a Lunar Module.
No, it is not. The man that took the picture used a small toy submarine. He fashioned his own Loch Ness monster head and slipped it onto the periscope and put it into shallow water on the shores of the lake and took the picture where only water could be seen. Another man claimed the picture as his own, but later admitted he had not taken the picture and that it was fake.