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    Apollo 11 Author Note This research is being submitted on May 24‚ 2014‚ for Barton Pritzl’s G239 Introduction to Astronomy Course. Apollo 11 American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin became the first humans ever to land on the moon. About six-and-a-half hours later‚ Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. As he set took his first step‚ Armstrong famously said‚ “That’s one small step for man‚ one giant leap for mankind.” The Apollo 11 mission occurred eight years after

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    American Literature 6 March 2013 Apollo 11 On July 16‚ 1969‚ Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy to make its journey to the moon. After 109 hours and 42 minutes‚ Commander Neil Armstrong took “one small step for man‚ one giant leap for mankind” on July 20‚ 1969‚ making Apollo 11 the most influential event in American history (Ryba). This mission did all but land someone on the moon‚ it achieved the goal set by the president of the United States‚ it

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  • Apollo 11: Fake or Not?

    NOTE: The format on this paper has been messed with a little bit. Apollo 13: Fake or not? Jim Johnson English III Cheryl Hansen March 17‚ 2011 Apollo 11: Fake or not? Some people believe that the landing of Apollo 11 on July 20‚ 1969 was a hoax‚ lots of people say it was fake because the flag was waving and there is no wind on the moon. People say this flag was made of a hard substance‚ so that it would wave and look patriotic. The reason that they had this mission was only to have

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  • Apollo 11 Mission

    Apollo 11 Mission The Apollo 11 mission was the first man mission to land on the Moon. The Apollo 11 team left Kennedy Space Center on July 16‚ 1969 at 13:32UTC. The mission’s team included Commander Neil Alden Armstrong‚ Commander Module Pilot Michael Collins and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin Jr. After being in orbit for 72 hours‚ Armstrong and Aldrin climbed into the Lunar Module‚ named the Eagle‚ and prepared for their descent to the Lunar surface.

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  • Apollo 11 Hoax

    believe on July 16‚ 1969 Apollo 11 made history by landing on the moon. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) made history on July 16‚ 1969‚ but only because they managed to stratagen all of mankind. In the United States‚ starting at a young age teacher and professors from elementary school all the way up to college/higher education teach their students that Neil Armstrong was the first man to land on the moon. There are tons of conspiracy theories about the Apollo 11 landing on the moon

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  • Apollo 11 - Essay

    Apollo 11 By: Christian Potts What exactly was Apollo 11? Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that allowed the first men to land on the moon. The ship landed on the moon on June 20th‚ 1969‚ and is considered to be the greatest accomplishment in exploring history for mankind. The ship was launched in Florida on June 16th and was the third mission in NASA’s Apollo program. And by June 21st‚ Neil Armstrong and his crew were the first men in history to walk on the moon. The crew returned home with 47.5 pounds

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    Apollo 11- Turning Point in History Apollo 11 was a turning point not only in American history but also in human history. When Neil Armstrong took that first step on the moon in 1969‚ almost the whole world was sitting behind an old black-and-white TV watching the first step on the moon. Apollo 11 was a turning point in history for many reasons. First‚ putting a man on the moon put ideas that were impossible in to possible. Second‚ the Americans won the space race which made America a world

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  • Apollo 11 Landing on the Moon

    Did Apollo 11 Land on The Moon? Tammy Getzloff Rasmussen College Author’s Note This research is being submitted on February 17th‚ 2013‚ for Barton Pritzl’s G239/AST2002 course at Rasmussen College by Tammy Getzloff. On July 16‚ 1969 three men‚ Neil Armstrong‚ Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin waited anxiously 363 feet above the ground inside the top of the towering Saturn V rocket‚ to begin mankind’s most historic journey to landing on the moon. July 20‚ 1969 at approximately 4:17 p.m

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  • Apollo 11 Research Papers

    spacecraft and be the first country to land on the moon. “The Apollo mission was meant to show the world that America was a strong country with advanced space technology knowledge‚” (Garcia 14). Apollo 11 was the first successful lunar landing mission to land two humans on the moon. This was the start of a rapid accelerating pace of technology development. Buzz Aldrin is famous for being known as one of the three men that took part of the Apollo 11 mission where the first steps were taken on the moon.

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    On July 26th‚ 1969 History was made from Cape Kennedy space station. Three American astronauts named Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin‚ Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins completed a voyage to outer space to land on the moon. A feat never before accomplished by mankind. The mission lasted 8 days 3hrs and 18 min. When Neil Armstrong walked on the moon he placed a sign that read “here men from planet earth first set foot upon the moon July 1969 a.d. With his footsteps forever imprinted on the moon. During our

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