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Eleven things you've never known about NASA's lunar mission

Fifty years ago, next week, 600 million people around the world watched live television as Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took these historic first steps on the moon. Since then, this achievement has been illuminated in countless books, television shows, documentaries, and feature films. However, some of the most intriguing details of the Apollo 11 saga are …

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The White House's disappointment with the lunar delays preceded the dismissal of a leading NASA official

William Gerstenmaier was removed from his post as Associate Administrator of NASA for Human Exploration and Operations on Wednesday. (NASA / Bill Ingalls / (NASA / Bill Ingalls)) The sudden departure of William Gerstenmaier, the head of NASA's human resources department, late Wednesday is a clear sign that the White House is increasingly frustrated that the agency Trying to bring …

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India's first lunar lander stacked for launch – Spaceflight Now

The Vikram DropShip and the Pragyan Rover of the Chandrayaan 2 Mission are being prepared for launch at the Satish Dhawan Space Center on the East Coast of India. Credit: ISRO India's first lunar module was placed on the GSLV Mk.3 rocket ahead of Sunday's launch. Launch aboard India's most powerful rocket – the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk.3 – …

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Russia's future lunar base will use 'local resources' and 3D printing – Roscosmos – RT Russia News

Russia's future alliance on the Moon will be powered by "local resources" and equipped with 3D printed facilities to house and support large standing crews, the space agency Roscosmos said. Russia's ambitions to build a base on the moon are no secret, but little is known about what the facilities would look like. On Sunday, Roscosmos revealed that construction projects …

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Animals do strange things during the lunar and solar eclipses

For most animals, the structure of their day – and indeed of their year – depends on the light-dark cycle. These regular and rhythmic cycles in length of days tell the animals when to look for food, when to sleep, when to migrate, and when to breed. Animals can detect all of this by daylight hours, but lunar cycles also …

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Intensive work on the rocket for future lunar shots

People are working on the engine phase of NASA's core phase of the Space Launching System (SLS), which they believe will carry the spacecraft Orion and ultimately a crew. to the Moon and beyond at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Friday, June 28, 2019. (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert) Crews work around the clock in a NASA rocket …

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NASA is funding a $ 2 million study to see if we can live in lunar mines

Curiosity aroused Unlike lunar craters, which are usually created by asteroid collisions, lunar mines resemble the sinkholes that occasionally appear on the earth and form when the surface of the moon falls into an underground cavity. NASA Presumably, the cavities could prove useful for reaching subterranean resources such as minerals or ice, or even as a haven for lunar colonists …

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