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Landing on the Moon (1969). Dylan Nuzzo and Brandon Bridge Period 1/2. What was it…. Mission to land on the moon. Be the first ones to be there. Get the astronauts home safely. The Crew. Neil Armstrong Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin Jr. Michael Collins. Apollo 11.

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landing on the moon 1969

Landing on the Moon (1969)

Dylan Nuzzo and Brandon Bridge

Period 1/2

what was it
What was it…
  • Mission to land on the moon.
  • Be the first ones to be there.
  • Get the astronauts home safely.
the crew
The Crew
  • Neil Armstrong
  • Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin Jr.
  • Michael Collins
apollo 11
Apollo 11
  • Was the shuttle that was launched.
  • Was the first attempt to land on the moon.
  • Launched at Kennedy Space Center.
the launch
The launch
  • July 16, 1969
  • Many practice launches had gone successful
  • Launched from the Kennedy Space Center
orbit of apollo 11
Orbit of Apollo 11
  • Went into orbit 76 hours after launch
  • Armstrong and Aldrin rested
  • 100 hours in the 2 spacecrafts undocked
the landing
The landing
  • July 20, 1969
  • Armstrong and Aldrin were in the lunar module
  • http://www.encyclomedia.com/video-apollo_11.html