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Information about the astronauts who went to the moon
As we know, only 12 people have gone to the moon in the whole world. Let us know the complete information about all these 12 people –
Neil Armstrong: On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong went to the Moon by the Apollo 11 mission.
, 5 1930 Wapakoneta, | 25 2012 Cincinnati, , 82 |
The “Congressional Space Medal of Honor” was awarded in 1978, and it was given to a number of individuals.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, also known as NASA, was established in 1971. Since then, it has been responsible for a variety of aerospace-related activities.
2. (Buzz Aldrin)
(Buzz Aldrin) | , 20 1930 Glen Ridge |
Buzz Aldrin was also present in the spacecraft in which Neil Armstrong went to the moon for the first time. He was the Lunar Module Pilot during the Apollo 11 mission, he was an American mechanical engineer.
Buzz Aldrin also went on a trip to the North Pole at the age of 86, he is the oldest person to reach the North Pole.
3. “” (Peter Conrad) –
(Pete Conrad) | 1969 -12 |
After the success of this mission, Pete Conrad became the third person in the world, who stepped on the moon. Pete Conrad worked in NASA and he was also an aeronautical engineer.
1973 | 2 1930 Philadelphia | He died in an accident on July 8, 1999, at that time he was 69 years old.
Fourth (Alan Bean) –
(Alan Bean) | 1969 -12 | ,
He worked in NASA till 1981, after which he retired. Alan Bean was an American citizen and was born on March 15, 1932 in Wheeler, Texas, USA. He died on 26 May 2018 at the age of 86.
The Fifth (Alan Shepard)
(Alan Shepard) , | 1974 |
, 18 1923 Pebble Beach, Del Monte Forest, California, United States | 74 21 1988 |
6. Edgar Mitchell
(Edgar Mitchell) 1971 14 , |
Edgar Mitchell also worked in NASA, he worked with NASA till 1972. After leaving NASA, Edgar Mitchell worked with organizations researching ESP and other psychic phenomena.
Hereford, Texas, in the United States, on July 17, 1930; West Palm Beach, Florida, on April 4, 2016; 85 years later, on that date;
7. David Scott
David Scott was born on May 15, 1971, in San Antonio, Texas.
David Scott was a test pilot and NASA astronaut. He is one of the successful astronauts, who has successfully traveled to space three times.
David Scott left NASA in 1977, after retirement he started working as a writer. Gemini 8, Apollo 15, Apollo 9, and other space missions
8. James Irwin
(James Irwin) , 15 | ,
, 1972 | 17 1930 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. , 61 8 1971 |
9. John Young
John Young, who was born in 1972, was a person who was born a person who was a person who was a person.
USA | 24 September 1930 | San Francisco, California | ,
87 5 2018 Houston, TX Gemini 3, Gemini, Apollo 10, STS-1, and STS-9 were among the 16 missions.
10. Charles Duke
Charles Duke was born on October 3, 1935 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and died on February 16, 1972.
The full name of Charles Duke is Charles Moss Duke Jr. He was employed in the US Air Force, apart from this he is a former test pilot of America and an astronaut.
11. Eugene Cernan
Eugene Cernan was born on July 7, 1972, and died on July 17, therefore he can be referred to as:
The full name of Eugene Cernan is Eugene Andrew Cernan. He was an electrical engineer, former aeronautical engineer, fighter pilot and astronaut.
1976 | 14 1934 Chicago, Illinois, USA | 16 2017 Houston, Texas | 17 Apollo 10, Gemini 9A |
12. Harrison Schmitt
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, , 1975 | 3 1935 Santa Rita, New Mexico, USA |
Interesting facts related to the moon –
Did you know that the area of the Moon is equal to the area of Africa.
The shape of the moon appears to be round but its shape is actually oval.
The moon is only 27% of the size of the Earth.
The name of the person who took the first step on the moon is Neil Armstrong and the name of the person who took the last step is Gene Cernan.
The total distance from the center of our Earth to the center of the Moon is approximately 384, 403 kilometers.
The weight of the Moon is approximately 81.00,00,00,000 (81 billion) tonnes.