Apollo 11: The NASA’s Iconic Moon Mission is now 50 years old

4 years ago

On 16 July 1969, NASA had launched its Apollo 11 spaceflight to land the first human on Moon surface. It was the first time in humankind history when a human landed on the moon surface. The commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin were the two persons who landed on the moon. Firstly, Neil Armstrong landed on the moon surface and after 19 minutes Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon. After that, it became a historical event.

Photo of Buzz Aldrin clicked by Neil Armstrong
Pic source from Google

The coincidence is that the lunar eclipse is also going to occur on the same day. The eclipse will begin at 1:31 am and will end at 5:47

Deepak Kumar

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