They share their stories, feelings, toughs and joy for stepping on the moon and travel through space. The film also portrays the beautiful scenes of the earth and the moon taken from space. The film teaches us that NASA’s missions started to satisfied President John F. Kennedy ambitious goal of sending an American safely to the Moon. The first Apollo mission took place in 1968 it was called “Apollo 8.”
The compatriots greeted travelers with honor. It is noteworthy that the director, Georges Melies, has enclosed the plot in just sixteen minutes, while the average duration of contemporary films is more th... ... middle of paper ... ...a if it was possible. Mankind has always loved to dream of conquering the unexplored expanses of space. Georges Melies was able to fully realize the dream of all humanity, at least on the screen, showing how it could be. The boundless imagination of the director created the moon, like a living creature, alien-selenites, and a very original way to travel to outer space.
They’ve set up space stations orbiting the earth. They have allowed men to land on the moon, collect samples, and then return to the earth. They have sent spacecraft to explore comets and other planets. They have even sent space probes outside the known walls of this solar system. Recently, NASA has been spending billions of dollars in researching our second nearest planet, Mars.
July 16th, 1969. It’s a peaceful morning at Cape Canaveral with pleasant temperatures and little wind. All is calm. Suddenly, a tremendous roar shatters the morning as the crew of Apollo 11 blast off toward the moon, riding the biggest rocket ever created. Burning 20 tons of explosive fuel a second, it propels Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins into history.
When the fiery gas rockets flamed from the moon, we knew we are safely heading home. We were a successful crew, myself, Neil Alden Armstrong, as commander, Colonel Edwin Eugene, “Buzz Aldrin”, and Colonel Michael Collions. (Apollo 11: First Men on the Moon). We together made history and have lead science into a new era of life.
My crew, Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins, and I were sent into space by NASA to complete the moon landing mission. I remember arriving at the Space Center and saw so many workers here and there. They were busy preparing for this mission. It seemed that they knew some secrets that I didn’t. Later on, we got into a small elevator and went up 365 feet up in the air.
The spaceship had twenty boosters and it had a massive fuel tank. Then there is trouble, some parts are falling off the spaceship so they quickly landed on the moon. When they arrived they saw a weird thing on the moon. Bob thought it was an alien but John thought it was a space trooper and he also thought he was upset. So they went to help him and the nice space trooper was so excited that they came.
Every orbit brought the crew closer to their ultimate destination, the Sea of Tranquility, a flat surface near the Moon’s equator that would be lit by the Sun when the final approach began. On the 13th orbit of the Moon, Aldrin, Armstrong and Collins began their voyage into uncharted territory. On the morning of Sunday July 20th, the three crew members were woken up after a restless night’s sleep. Aldrin and Armstrong climbed through the tunnel connecting the Command Module to the lunar lander and entered the spaceship they had named, The Eagle. For Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, life would soon become much more curious than that.
landed on the moon?s surface. He later spoke the famous words, ?One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,? when he was the first man to set foot on the moon. When astronauts walk on the moon, they are allowed to breathe, because of their space suits. These space suits have oxygen tanks in them, and allow astronauts to stay out in space for up to seven hours at a time.
The future is bright for the human race. Momjian 6 If we can successfully put a man on the moon and robots on other planets, then anything is possible. To think that the success of that Apollo 11 mission would enhance space travel and knowledge to the extent it has is remarkable. When Neil Armstrong took his first step on the Moon, he said "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." He was right.