Who were the first three us people on the moon?
Well the first two people on the moon were Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. They had Michael Collins in the CM orbiting the Moon while they got to explore the surface. Every Apollo mission always had 3 people, two on the surface and one orbiting in the CM, performing all kinds of data analysis, image gathering etc etc waiting for the other two to return in the LM. Literally, the first three people on the moon would be Armstrong, Aldrin, and the first Astronaut to step foot onto the lunar surface from Apollo 12. No need to include "us" in the question, it was only Americans that have ever set foot on the moon so far. If the question is not to be taken literally, then the first three people TO the moon, would have been the crew of Apollo 8, I believe was the first crew to orbit the moon, not land, then come back home.
Again, I hope this is not a homework assignment for somebody, what could be more interesting than Man's first voyage to another heavenly body? I suggest NASA.gov and a review of the Apollo missions for some powerful knowledge on the greatest event in humanity, ever. Think about what these guys did, they went somewhere else. Nobody ever has done that since 1972 when the Apollo missions were abruptly cancelled.
The Apollo 11 mission was significant to the US because this was the first manned mission landing on the moon. The mission commander was Neil Armstrong, usually people know that name as one of the first people to walk on the moon... so hopefully that helps. It also sybolized being superior to Russia since the US won the 'Space Race' by landing on the moon first.
If one thinks a Moon landing is the arrival of an intact (i.e not a crash into the Moon) unmanned spacecraft onto the Moon's surface, then the Russians were the first to do this in 1966 However, if one thinks of a Moon landing as the arrival and return of a manned spacecraft onto the Moon's surface then the people of US were the first to do this in 1969. No other nation has yet…
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US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first people on the Moon. Neil Armstrong stepped out first, and then spoke the famous quote, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." However, there are conspiracy theorists who do not believe anyone has ever gone to the Moon at all.
If you mean manned landings, there have been six Apollo landings. Only Apollo has landed people on the moon. If you include unmanned probes there were three Ranger probes and five Surveyor probes. So the US has landed a total of 14 spacecraft on the moon. The Soviet Union put nine Luna probes on the moon, making a total of 23 Earth origin spacecraft to land on the moon.