Betty Jetty is not difficult to defeat, but she is last because to chase her, you must be able to fly. To get your flying power, defeat the other 5 villains. The telephone on Main Street will ring. Answer it to get your flying power. (It toggles on and off with the small icon at lower left.)
At the roped-off skyscraper, fly to the top and go up to the roof. Betty Jetty says "You can't catch me!" - use the flying power to chase her.
TRY TO DODGE THE GREEN BALLS she throws for about two minutes. (if you get hit over 4 times, you will have to start over). You should stay well away from her. She may send 4 spheres or only 1 in each set. After 7 or 8 sets (less than two minutes), you can get close enough to knock her down. When you land, Ned Noodlehead will come and take credit for arresting her. Afterward, in the comic shop, trade Ned a hotdog for the Medallion.
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin was the second man to step on the moon.
Twelve men have walked on the Moon, all US astronauts of the Apollo program.
They were :
(July 20, 1969)- Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin (the first men to walk on the Moon)
Apollo 12 - Charles Conrad, Jr. and Alan Bean
Apollo 14 - Alan Shepard Jr. and Edgar Mitchell (Shepard was also the first US 'man in space' in 1961).
Apollo 15 - David Scott and James Irwin
Apollo 16 - John Young and Charles Duke, Jr.
Apollo 17 - Eugene Cernan and Dr. Harrison Schmitt
(Cernan was the last man to walk on the moon on December 14, 1972)
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It was John Young, commander of Apollo 16.
The first person to travel in space was Soviet cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin (1934-1968). He traveled aboard the Vostok 3KA spacecraft, known as Vostok 1, which was launched April 12, 1961, in a flight lasting one hour and forty-eight minutes.
Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, Hero of the Soviet Union, was a Soviet cosmonaut. On 12 April 1961, he became the first person in space and the first to orbit the Earth. He received many medals from different countries for his pioneering tour in space.
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The first human in space was Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin on April 12,1961 to orbit the Earth he received medals from around the world.
The first man in space was the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, who made a single orbit of the Earth on April 12, 1961.
The first US astronaut into space was Alan B. Shepard, who made a suborbital flight on May 5, 1961. This was followed by another suborbital flight by Gus Grissom, and by a three-orbit flight by John Glenn on February 20, 1962. The US astronauts were part of NASA's Project Mercury.
Alan B. Shepard; Neil Armstrong was the first to walk on the moon, not to go outside of the atmosphere.
It was Russian astronaut (cosmonatu) Juri Gagarin (pron. Yuriy Gagarin).
Alan Shepard was the first U.S. Astronaut in space.
The first person to travel in space was Soviet cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin (1934-1968). His achievement brought prestige to the Soviet Union (USSR). Gagarin orbited the Earth in the spaceship Vostok I, which was launched April 12, 1961, in a flight lasting one hour and forty-eight minutes. The achievement made Gagarin an international hero.
It was Yuri A. Gagarin.
The first man in space was the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin in his Sputnik spacecraft.
Yuri Gagarin from Russia was the first man to enter space!
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On 12 April, 1961, the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin blasted off into orbit in his Vostok 1 spacecraft. He circled the Earth once at an altitude of 320 km (200 miles).
Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman in space
The first human to travel into space was Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on the 12th April 1961 when he became the first human in space and the first to orbit the earth.
Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first human in space, 12 April 1961.
The first men to orbit the moon were Frank Borman, James Lovell and William Anders.in Apollo 8 spacecraft.
No, Russia has not launched a manned mission to the Moon. They have, however, launched and landed a number of robotic missions there.
No, only Americans have landed on the moon.
Yes all the three astronauts of Apollo 11 returned safe and sound.
It used to be drinking. I don't know what it is now, maybe golf
Yes, he married the former Marion MacInnis on 1 December 1923. Lots of information in Lawrence Lessing's biography of Armstrong about Marion, his courtship of her, and their marriage, which lasted until his suicide in early 1954. You can find the text of Lessing's book, Man of High Fidelity: Edwin Howard.
Neil Armstrong was part of Apollo 11, in which he landed on the moon. along with him was Buzz Aldrin in July 1969.
the next people to land on the moon in Apollo 12, were Pete Conrad and Alan Bean in November 1969.
Well, you see, during all of the years that the design and development project
was going on to take men to the moon, there was also a similar design and
development project going on with the purpose of bringing them back.
When it was time to launch Apollo 11, they put it all together, and launched three
astronauts toward the moon ... don't forget Michael Collins. He went into orbit
around the moon with Armstrong and Aldrin, but he didn't descend to the lunar
surface with them.
Armstrong and Aldrin dropped down to the surface of the moon, stayed there for a
while, then came back to orbit, joined up with Collins again, and all three of them
returned to Earth. They all lived happily ever after, and 42 years later, in mid-2011,
they're all alive and well.
Every Apollo astronaut who was launched and got as far as Earth-orbit returned
safely to Earth, including all of the ones who walked on the moon.
Neil Armstrong flew in space in the Gemini 10 spacecraft with David Scott before Apollo 11.
Click on the links to your right for some great shots from the first moon landing by Apollo 11. You can also go to this NASA website and select any of the Apollo flights 11 and up and find images there.
The ApolloArchive.com website has a lot of pictures, movies and other media files from all Apollo missions, even the pre-flight missions, and unmanned missions.
Go can also go to Google, search for "moon" and then click images.
See the related link ' Image Collection - Moon' to the left for photographs from the last Apollo mission.
He lived a happy life on a farm on Ohio
No. They are not and never were related.
Neil Armstrong's mother Viola Engel Armstrong died May 21, 1990, at the age of 83
Astronaut Alan .B.Shepherd was the first American astronaut to go in space. He did a sub orbit of the earth in his Mercury spacecraft. He was the Apollo 14 commander.
Yes, Neil Armstrong passed away on August 25, 2012 at the age of 82 as a result of complications from heart surgery. He was famous for being the first man to walk on the moon in 1969 and the commander of the Apollo mission.