Jupiter has 63 known moons to date, but, Yes it would be possible to land a probe on any of these.
There is still gravity on the moon. We know that because, how else would the space ship be able to land? If something as heavy as a space ship can stay down, so can sand.
maybe it happand in 1969 when apolo 11 lend on the moon.
surveyor-to land on the moon and get images apallo-to get photos of the moon with people in the ship
July 20th, 1969
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The first American craft to soft-land on the moon was the Surveyor lunar probe.The first actual space craft to land on the moon was the Luna 2 made by the Soviet Union in 1959. The first manned ship to land on the moon was the Apollo 11 in 1969.
The Apollo 11 Lunar Module was named Eagle.
The first lunar module to land on the Moon with people aboard in 1969 is "Eagle" . The spaceship itself that circled the moon was "Apollo."
Apollo 11 was the first manned ship to land on the moon. The Commander, Neil Armstrong, was the first to walk on the moon. The Lunar Module pilot, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, was the second person to walk on the moon. Apollo 12 was the second ship to land on the moon. Commander Charles Conrad, Jr. and Lunar Module pilot Alan LaVerne Bean were the next two to walk on the moon.
Neil Armstrong was the commander of the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the moon back on the 21st of July 1969.
Because the land would be theirs n would not have a problem with people distroyingthere land.
rocket ship to be more precise Saturn V rocket, the biggest rocket in the world
The name of the Autobot ship that crashed into the moon id the Arc
When you are in the spaceship (solar system) view, click on the moon or planet you want to land on. To leave again, use the "launch" lever.
One such kenning for the moon is: Ship of night = the moon.
No. Jupiter is a gas planet, meaning it has no definite surface. There is nothing to land on.
Apollo 11 landed there in 1969, but other Apollo missions orbited it before that. Apollo 8 was the first manned mission to the moon, and the astronauts participating orbited the moon but did not land on it.
The Apollo Lunar Modules were the largest vehicles to land on the moon. The average weight for each of the six was approximately 11,000 US pounds.