A NASA photograph, on July 16, 1969, shows a 363-meter high Apollo 11 spacecraft 107 / Lunar module on S / Saturn 506. Pad A space vehicle, Launch Complex 39. Kennedy Space Center (KSC), 9:32 tan. am (EDT).
The Apolo NASA program was launched in 1961 and the man got it on the moon.
The first four flights tested equipment for the Apollo program and seven other flights were made on the moon.
The first crew for the moon was Apollo 8, which was around Christmas in 1968, but it had no terrain.
The Apollo 9 crew spent ten days flying around the Earth and the first lunar flight of the lunar module ended when the Apollo rocket section was buried in Neil Armstrong's moon.
The mission of Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20, 1969.
Capsules were landed on Sea of Tranquility, Commander Miss Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins riders.
Armstrong and Aldrin walked across the moon while Collins was in orbit along the moon.
When Armstrong was the first person to ride on the moon, he said: "This is a man (a small step), a giant leap of humanity."
That same year Apollo 12 landed on November 19 in the Storm Ocean, writes NASA.
Apollo 13 was the third mission to land on the moon, but during a flight of less than 56 hours, an oxygen tank explosion ordered the crew to land on the lunar landing, and Aquarius entered the lunar modulus to return to Earth.
Apollo 15 was the ninth lunar mission of the Apollo space and, at that time, was the most successful winged space, in terms of lengthy and scientific exploration, it was possible in previous missions.
The final landing of the Apollo moon occurred in 1972, after a total of 12 astronauts touched on the lunar surface.
Edwin & # 39; Buzz & # 39; Astrinut Aldrin has been decompressed by the lunar module Apollo 11. Photographs by Neil Armstrong on July 20, 1969