Google celebrates ‘Golden Yoga’ through doodles
50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Google Doodle: Today marks the 50th anniversary of the United States launching the Apollo 11 spacecraft. Google has specially celebrated the golden age of mankind’s first step on the moon through a doodle. Clicking on the play button in the doodle gives all the information about the journey of ‘Apollo-11’.
In the four and a half minute animated video from Doodle, you can see the journey of Apollo 11. The voice of Michael Collins in this video reveals the important things in this mission. The command module was taken to the moon by Michael Collins on a NASA mission. Neil Armstrong and Edwin Buzz Aldrin were the first humans to set foot on the moon.
Achieve the Apollo mission
Apollo’s total space mission cost about ३० 30 billion. Together, the 12 astronauts brought about 365 kg of soil and rock samples from the moon to Earth. Some of the pieces were donated to museums in many countries as well as scientific laboratories for study and curiosity. This was a boon for geologists. The components developed for the Apollo spacecraft were widely used for the post-Apollo space mission to the United States – the Skylab space station.
The Apollo 11 spacecraft landed on Cape Canaveral on July 16, 1969, along with three astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin and Michael Collins. Three days later, on July 19, 100 km around the moon. They began to move as planned in the orbit of m. During the thirteenth orbit on July 21, Indian time, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin boarded the Eagle (the name of the unit that landed on the moon) and separated from the Eagle director. The board of directors was renamed Columbia. The third astronaut, Collins, stopped orbiting in Colombia. Two hours and nine minutes later, the Eagle slowly landed on the Moon’s pre-determined Sea of Tranquility, with only 25 seconds of fuel left. This means that even if it was half a minute late to land on the moon, the ‘eagle’ would have collided with the moon and caused death to the astronauts. About six hours later came the historic moment that the whole world was waiting for. Neil Armstrong’s first step on the lunar surface was when he opened the door of the eagle and went down nine steps of the ladder. He exclaimed at that time: ‘A small step of man .. but a huge leap of mankind!’ His utterances have become immortal in space history. Millions of people around the world watched the event on TV. Aldrin later joined Armstrong. The two spent 22 hours together on the moon.
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