'I think we all want to be known for a piece of fireworks, but for the big book of our daily work.' - Neil Armstrong At 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969, time still stopped throughout the world, when thousands of people gathered at the Kennedy Space Center and millions of people watched live broadcasts on television. At that moment, the first roar began to shake the ground, when a small spaceship attached to a hundred-foot Saturn V giant rocket began to rise. Only a few minutes to reach orbit at 18,000 miles per hour. Apollo 11 is heading for the first historic landing on the Moon. The Apollo 11 trip to the Moon may have started that day in 1969, but the journey began as part of the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union. While landing on the Moon was a goal proposed at the beginning of 1961 by President Kennedy, NASA and everything moved urgently only to the best in the Soviet Union, which had been used in the 1950s in America for the first time in space. , including launching the first satellite and cosmonaut in orbit. In fact, President Eisenhower's government began design for the Apollo program in 1960 to get a year before the first Russian cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, orbited the Earth and two years before John Glenn did it. During this decade, NASA will show the most expensive programs in American history, and although Apollo 11 only has nearly 20 Apollo missions, it is of course a gem of gems. only one of nearly 20 Apollo missions carried out by NASA. And to make Apollo 11 a success, it took almost a decade of planning by government officials, hard work by NASA scientists, intensive training by astronauts, and Apollo 11 several previous missions. The price is also more than $ 20 billion, making the Apollo program the most expensive time program in American history at that time. When the Apollo program reached its peak, the man at the center was Neil Armstrong, a farmer and pilot who rose from rural hard workers to be the first to set foot on the Moon and say one of the most famous expressions of the 20th century: 'That's one small step to one giant leap for mankind. 'Armstrong was done through education, first in secondary school and then at Purdue University, a lot of hard work as a pilot during and after the Korean War, and a little luck, came from the time when the Space Race was in full force. After reaching its peak, Armstrong spent half his life as the first, working hard and serving his country. By doing so, it serves as one of America's best pride and services ever known. Neil Armstrong: Life and Legacy of the First Astronauts Walk in the Moon of Life and chronicle of the most memorable space missions in history. Together with pictures of people, places and events, you will learn about Neil Armstrong that has never existed before.
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