Terrestrial, we put astronauts on the moon in 1969. It is covered in a thick layer of powdery dust, if you could go up there today you would still see the astronauts footprints because of the lack of wind.
No upto today only American astronauts have walked on the moon.
In recent years astronauts have gone to the International Space Station, which is in a low orbit around Earth.
Women make up 18 percent of all the active astronauts working today. this would mean 6 out of every 35 astronauts are female.
Neil Armstrong walked on the surface for 2hours 36minutes and 40seconds. Buzz Aldrin walked on the surface approximately 20minutes less than Neil. The Segment which launched the astronauts back into Lunar orbit was on the surface for 21hours 36minutes and 21seconds. And the descent stage is still on the Lunar surface today.
Both liquid and solid fuel rockets are used for manned flight today.
Anything freeze dried.
Just the same way they looked in 1969. There is no wind or rain to change them.
Yes you do still have segregation today :)
There is still hoovervilles today whitney
the astronauts went onto a space mission today.
Yes, the footsteps are likely still there. There is no rain, wind nor any weather on the moon to disturb the footprints of Armstrong and the eleven other men who have walked on the moon. The only thing which would disturb the footsteps is objects (spacecraft, meteoroids, etc.) which impact the lunar surface. Given the area of the lunar surface and the fact that the footsteps are on the side of the moon facing the Earth, this is unlikely.
a martyr still happens today.
yes it is still used today
he's still living today
The PARTHENON still exists today, but no panthenon.
yes they are still around today
yes she do still write today
long houses are not still used today
Many vaccines are still in use today.
There are many of things that happen on November 19th that is considered history. What make history on this day was First Balkan War started, War University was established and Apollo program astronauts walked the moon.
You walked about 1.22 miles.
yes she still lives today yes she still lives today
As of February 20th, 2012, there are only 2 original Mercury 7 Astronauts still alive: John Glenn and Scott Carpenter. Today (2/20/12) celebrates John Glenn's first flight. He was the first of the Mercury 7 astronauts to orbit the Earth (3 times) before he was brought back prematurely due to the fact that Mission Control thought the airbag on Friendship 7 (his Mercury capsule's name) had deployed prematurely.