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Icónica foto de Neil Armstrong caminado sobre la luna en 1969, tomada por su compañero Buzz Aldrin. (Crédito: NASA).

¿Qué hacer si un astronauta muere en el espacio?

Drop Test at the Lunar Landing Research Facility (1974)

Originally named the Lunar Landing Research Facility (LLRF), the gantry became operational in 1965 and allowed astronauts like Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin to train for Apollo final 150 feet before landing on the moon.

Neil Armstrong FREEBIE Biography Article & Reading Compreh

The students will learn about Neil Armstrong and his major contributions to space exploration. This will be important to further the information the students have about astronauts.

LIFE Magazine

Life Magazine July 1969 Leaving For The Moon Neil Armstrong Apollo 11 Space

Many notable Americans are former Boy Scouts or Eagle Scouts. Neil Armstrong earned the distinguished rank of Eagle Scout.  Armstrong, commander, in the Lunar Module during the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission on July 20, 1969.

Neil Armstrong 1930 - The First Man On The Moon. astronaut Neil Armstrong smiles in the lunar module after his historic moonwalk is pictured in this NASA handout photo.

21 Hours on the Moon The Lunar Landing of Apollo 11   #infographic #Moon #Space

21 Hours on the Moon The Lunar Landing of Apollo 11 #infographic

How the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Worked (Infographic) NASAs Apollo 11 mission landed the first astronauts on the moon on July See how it worked.

See how NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, a huge space observatory, will probe the universe from its perch in deep space.

Infographic: Inside the huge space observatory that operates from a point in space four times further away than the moon.

Apollo 11 Buzz Aldrin

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In One Of The Most Famous Photographs Of The 20th Century Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Walks On The Surface Of The Moon Near The Leg Of The Lunar Module Eagle. Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong Took This Photograph With A 70mm Lunar Surface Camera. #historic #photos

The second man to walk on the moon, U. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, is being photographed by the first man on the surface, Neil Armstrong, during their Apollo 11 moon walk on July Image: US astronaut Buzz Aldrin (© Universal History Archive/Getty Images)

NASA's real life Enterprise concept may take us to the stars one day

NASA's real life Enterprise may take us to other star systems one day

His work is still in the experimental stage but that doesn't mean he can't imagine what the real life Enterprise ship would look like according to his math.

This is a fun YouTube video that shows Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong jumping and bouncing around on the moon. The kids got a kick out of the music, while we also talked about gravity on the moon vs. Earth.

It's 1972 and Apollo 16 astronaut John Young salutes while jumping in the air, thus demonstrating the effects of lunar gravity.