Apollo 11. By Heather franks!. Country. Apollo 11 was launched from the Kennedy space center in Florida. This is a picture of a map of the Kennedy space center . Crew.
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Apollo 11 was launched from the Kennedy space center in Florida.
This is a picture of a map of the Kennedy space center.
The three astronauts that flew in Apollo 11 was Neil Armstrong (the one to the left) Michael Collins (the one on the middle),Buzz Aldrin (the one on the right)
Backup crew James Lovell (3), Backup Commander Fred Haise (0), Backup Lunar Module Pilot William A. Anders (1), Backup Command Module Pilot
Apollo was the mission!
Perform manned lunar landing and return mission safely.
Apollo 11 crew had to learn how to walk on the moon first then they had to prepare for descent , next they had the lunar first landing, then prepared to go outside , one small step, deploy scientific equipment, and finally closing out the Eva .
1The Apollo’s Saturn rockets were packed with enough fuel to throw 100-pound shrapnel three miles, and NASA couldn’t rule out the possibility that they might explode on takeoff. NASA seated its VIP spectators three and a half miles from the launch pad.
2The Apollo computers had less processing power than a cell phone.
3Drinking water was a fuel-cell by-product, but Apollo 11’s hydrogen-gas filters didn’t work, making every drink bubbly. Urinating and defecating in zero gravity, meanwhile, had not been figured out; the latter was so troublesome that at least one astronaut spent his entire mission on an anti-diarrhea drug to avoid it.
Apollo 11 unknown facts
when Apollo 11’s lunar Lander, the Eagle, separated from the orbiter, the cabin wasn’t fully depressurized, resulting in a burst of gas equivalent to popping a champagne cork. It threw the module’s landing four miles off-target.
5Pilot Neil Armstrong nearly ran out of fuel landing the Eagle, and many at mission control worried he might crash. Apollo engineer Milton Silviera, however, was relieved: His tests had shown that there was a small chance the exhaust could shoot back into the rocket as it landed and ignite the remaining propellant.