43 years ago, on July 20 1969, famous astronaut Neil Armstrong took his first step onto the Moon, and his first photo of the surface of the moon.
On July 16, 1969 and, a first space rocket launch the United States to the moon. Rocket Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins was called Apollo 11. More than four decades, the engine driving the Apollo 11 residing in the ocean of Atlantis. This time, a billionaire and CEO of Amazon.com, Jeff Bezos named, wanted to lift the machine from the bottom of Atlantis.
Next in a series of articles about growing up during the space race of the 1960’s. It was difficult to get to the moon, marvelous to bring back some pieces, and then astonishing that years later we would lose track of some of these rocks.
Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, who were the first humans who walked on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, have conflicting views about NASA’s intention to explore Mars, informs Telegraph. Aldrin has asked NASA to look "The Moon and try to start a human colony on Mars, while Armstrong thinks that the resumption of missions to the Moon" is the correct thing to be done first. "
With 40 years ago, the Saturn V rocket left Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying three men on the moon. Apollo 11 mission began.
Apollo 11: The countdown has begun
Cape Canaveral, Wednesday, July 16, 9:32 pm local time. Apollo 11 is ready to start. Saturn V Rocket appears as a colossus, with more than 110 meters (two times higher than the current Ariane 5), write FuturaScience.com. At the top of taper rocket sees a small capsule, which are installed three: Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. Getting people who are sent to the moon.