Apollo 11: A Great Leap of Humanity

Apollo 11 This was the first human campaign to land on the Moon. It was the fifth human flight of the Apollo Expedition and the third human flight to the Moon. The ship, launched on July 16, 1969, went to the commander Neil Armstrong, the control vehicle driver Michael Kallins and Chandrayaan driver Edwin Aladrine. On July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin became the first humans to step on the moon.
This campaign had completed the human dream of the American President on moon in the 1960’s. It was one of the most important moments of the 20th century.

Astronaut

Neil Armstrong -2 Space Tourism, Commander
Michael Collins-2 space travel, control vehicle pilot
Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin – 2 space travel, moonlight pilot

Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin

Alternative traveler

James Lovell – Gemini 7, Gemini 12, Apollo 8 and Apollo 13, Commander
Bill Anders – Flight in Apollo 8, control vehicle pilot
Fred Haise – flying in Apollo 13, the lunar spacecraft pilot

Apollo 11 launches

Apart from the 10 million people who were on highway near the highways, launch site, 60 crores of people saw this launch on their TV, which was a key figure in their time. US President Nixon saw this on the TV from the White House’s Oval Office.
Apollo 11 was launched from Saturn 5 Rocket at Kennedy Space Center on July 16, 1969 at 9.22 in the morning. He entered the Earth’s orbit 12 minutes later. After another half revolution of the Earth, the rocket of SIVB III stage put it on the path towards the Moon. After 30 minutes, the main control vehicle separated from the last stage of the Saturn 5 rocket and left towards the moon with the moon.

On July 19, Apollo 11 reached the moon’s orbit with the help of an ignition of the moon and reached the moon. In the next few revolutions of the Moon, the travelers inspected the landing place of Chandrayaan. The “Sea of ​​Tranquility – Sea of ​​Tranquility” was selected for landing because it was a flat place. This information was given by Rangers 8, Surveyor 5 and Lunar Arbiter Yano.

When the Apollo 1 1 was in the opposite direction from the Moon on July 20, 1969, the Moon, which was named Eagle, separated from the main vehicle (whose name was Columbia). Caliens who were now alone in Columbia, were observing the Eagle moon that they had not suffered any harm. Armstrong and Aldrin strained the engine of the eagle and gradually gathered the vehicle on the Moon.

 

As soon as the process of landing of the vehicle began, Armstrong sent a signal to move away from the path of the vehicle. The eagle was 4 seconds ahead of its determined path, which meant that they would meet the fixed place. Chandrayaan control and guided computer started giving signals of danger, from which Armstrong and Aldrin were busy looking out of the window; The focus was on the computer. Campaign controller Steve Bells in the campaign control center in Houston, NASA, instructed the director of the campaign that it is safe to remove the vehicle due to the danger signal because the computer is only giving the information because it has more work but nothing has happened to the vehicle. . Armstrong’s attention now went out of the vehicle, he saw that the computer was taking the vehicle towards big big cat near a big crater (crater). Armstrong took control of the automated system in his hand and with the help of Aldrin, on July 20, at 8 o’clock at night, eagle was eclipsed on the surface of the moon. At that time the fuel engine left only 15 seconds of fuel.

Signs of computer threat were so that he was unable to complete his work in the given time. It was taking too much time to calculate, while the Yan coming down from his speed was giving him new figures. Apollo 11 had landed on the moon with such low fuel, but it was found that the threat was threatened as it was the result of less gravity of the Moon.
Armstrong gave the name of the land of Apollo 11 to the location of the trackulite base and sent a message to Houston

“Hoston, this is a truculinity base, Eagle has landed!”

Alendry delivered the message before launching the outer activities of the vehicle by descending from the vehicle.

“I am the driver of moon. All the people who are listening to this broadcast, wherever they are, please also request that they remain silent for a moment and observe the events in the last few hours and thank them (God) for their purpose.

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