Almost 50 years have passed since NASA's Apollo 8 missions for the first time in the history of the moon.
On December 21, 1968, astronauts left Frank Borman, William Anders and James Lovell to fly around the Moon Kennedy Space Center. They spent 20 hours in a lunar orbit, and then returned home for more than six days in space.
The mission of Apollo 8 was an important step towards the goal of landing a man on the moon by President John F. Kennedy.
The other nine lunar missions continued on Apollo 8, carrying about a dozen men to the moon and examining hundreds of pounds of rock and soil samples.
Almost five decades since the Nuclear Space Nation has landed.
It may change in the following years. In November, NASA announced that a total of 2,622 million euro contracting companies had been able to test the moon in 2022. NASA does not want responsibility for the purchase or launch, landing, or controlling of the lunar land. Instead, the space organization seeks to face the private sector with these challenges and offers NASA's experiments on the moon.
In the meantime, all the missions of the NASA Apolo looked back and ran between 1968 and 1972 and placed the first man on the moon.