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    Apollo 11

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    "10,9, ignition sequence start, 6,5,4,3,2,1, zero. All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff! Thirty-two minutes past the hour. Liftoff on Apollo 11!" (Apollo 1) It all began with the emotions that the new television brought to the average family. The television was not popular until the 1950s (before). The tv was not so popular because of the price this tehnology had in the 1950s. As time passed on it began to get cheaper and cheaper, obviously this made it more affordable for family to obtain

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    Apollo 11 Analysis

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    Apollo 11 demonstrated what humans are able to do with such ambition. The mission to the moon has left them with determination, precisely the unknown. Humans are always musing, in ways to achieve, upgrade technology, or invent, Apollo 11 has demonstrates this. In the articles they all express pride and triumph. In the news article, “Man Takes First Steps on the Moon” by The Times London, it informs about the mission giving a television broadcasting in which is watched by the headquarters and people’s

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    Apollo 11 Achievements

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    Apollo 11, the first man led mission to land on the Moon was carried out by Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. “The first steps by humans on another planetary body were taken by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on July 20, 1969.” (“Apollo 11”). Apollo 11 was one of the most challenging missions of all time. Despite all the complications faced on the mission, they were successfully

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    The Apollo 11 Mission

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    After reading and looking through the five pieces of literature about the Apollo 11 mission it is easy to tell that they are very similar, but there is also many differences within them. One thing that is very similar is the purpose of them. They were all wrote to describe and tell us about the Apollo 11 mission and some of the challenges the astronauts met on the mission. The main purpose of the pieces of literature was to convey the important and how major of an accomplishment it was for the

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    Apollo 11

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    Apollo 11 From countdown to splashdown, Apollo 11's mission was filled with some surprising twists and turns. It took a combination of luck, determination and guts for the crew of Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and Neil Armstrong to get the Eagle to the surface of the moon with only 30 seconds of fuel remaining! Experience the moments leading up to the lunar landing with me. On the morning of July 16, 1969 a 60-ton Saturn 5 rocket was given a thorough inspection on launch pad 39-A at the Kennedy Space

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    by sending Apollo 11 on a space exploration. The United States was a front-runner in the race to land a man on the moon. Apollo 11 was launched into space in 1969 and was quite different from the Apollo 10. The successful lunar landing of Apollo 11 made the United States a respected and competitive player in space technology. On July 16, 1969 a spacecraft named the Apollo 11 was sent into orbit by the United States to explore the moon. The three astronauts on board of the Apollo 11 were Neil Armstrong

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    Apollo 11 and the Moon Landing Luke Huffman APUSH Period 6 May 8, 2016 Apollo 11 's flight is one of the most significant achievements in history, not only for the United States of America but the world. Apollo 11 would make history by having a man land and walk on the moon. The United States was involved in a competition to be the first nation to send a man into space with the Soviet Union. After the Soviets first accomplished that, it became apparent that the

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    Apollo 11 Mission

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    The objective of Apollo 11 was to send a man to land successfully on the moon for the first time. Additional mission objectives included scientific exploration, setting up a television camera to transmit signals back to Earth for everyone in the world to watch, and also photograph the lunar terrain. In order for the mission to be a success we had to land a man on the moon successfully and collect lunar surface samples and return back home. The launch of Apollo 11 took place at Cape Kennedy on July

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    Apollo 11: The First Spaceship on the Moon

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    Apollo 11 On October 4, 1957 the Soviet Union, our chief rival the in Civil War, launched the worlds first satellite, the Sputnik 1 (Piddock, Zissou). Scared the Soviet Union would gain control of space; President John F. Kennedy met with NASA to discuss putting a man on the moon (Piddock, Zissou). The Apollo 11 mission wasn’t just the first lunar-landing attempt: it was a giant step for mankind that came with various consequences (SV; SV). In the NASA meeting Kennedy stated, “Whatever the cost,

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    The Journey to the Apollo 11 Mission: First Men on the Moon “On July 20, 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin (1930-) 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 President John Kennedy (1917-63) announced

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