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Exploration of the Moon

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The physical exploration of the Moon began when Luna 2, a space probe launched by the ... The first landing took place in 1969, when astronauts placed scientific ... 1 Early history; 2 Space race; 3...

Mission: Possible—How Can We Plan an Exploration of Another ...

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exploration (e.g., Apollo missions to the Moon, bottom left.) ... The MESSENGER spacecraft is one of NASA's Discovery missions, which are ... Before any travel, it is good to plan the trip carefully. .... just a vehicle to take the instruments to the target .... landing. A lander mission is riskier than a flyby or an orbital mission...

History - The Flight of Apollo 13

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Apollo 13, the third human lunar landing and exploration mission, had been tentatively ... The spacecraft carried two such tanks, each holding 320 pounds ( 145 ... In view of the difficulty of replacing the oxygen shelf a job that would take at least 45 .... For one reason or another, all but one of these choices were discarded.

Project Apollo: Americans to the Moon - The George Washington ...

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move forward in planning Apollo and the lunar landing mission that was its long- ... “among the reasons for attempting the manned exploration of space are .... take the NASA job, but only after meeting with the President, who told Webb that he ..... separate spacecraft, one specialized only for landing on the Moon and one for ...

Why Is It So Hard to Travel to Mars? - Space.com

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Apr 18, 2011 ... NASA aims to build technology that can take humans beyond Earth ... "One thing we have learned is that the Mars atmosphere is certainly a big variable. ... spacecraft that would eventually send humans back to the Moon and on to Mars. ... or hazardous weather at the location where they plan on landing.

The Moon Hoax Debate - Rocket and Space Technology

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This program showed alleged evidence that NASA faked the moon landings. ... chance of a successful landing on the moon was calculated to be 0.0017% (1 in 60,000). ... I don't mean to take anything away from the astronauts because they performed ... The Apollo photos are of brightly lit objects on the surface of the Moon, ...

The Apollo Hoax - Cosmic Conspiracies

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Before we get into the issue of the Apollo moon landings, I would like to finally ... was a .0014 chance of landing man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth. This took into account the effects of radiation, solar flares and micro meteorites. .... One of the biggest anomalies that appear on the Moon shots are the way in .....

Of course we went to the moon: A reply to conspiracy theories (c ...

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One of the first pieces of evidence that the conspiracy theorist puts forward ... Hoax theorists claim that the moving flag is evidence that the lunar mission was shot in ... When you look at the footage carefully, you notice that dust (when moved into .... Armstrong climbing out of the landing craft to take his first step on the moon.

Lunar Module: how did it work? | Astronotes - Armagh Planetarium

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Sep 2, 2011 ... The Lunar Module was an iconic spacecraft which carried two-man crews to and ... On completion of their explorations the pair would take off in the two-part .... This mission did everything short of landing: astronauts Stafford and ... However, only one LM variant was actually built, the Extended Stay version.

Spudis Lunar Resources Blog | Using the Moon to Create New ...

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The means of a safe entry, descent and landing of a spacecraft (having mass of .... They are established primarily for two reasons: power projection and/or ... to “ develop plans to return to the Moon to test capabilities that will be needed for ... is an orbital spacecraftone that could take both cargo and crew to lunar orbit.

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Apollo 13 | NASA

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An explosion on board forced Apollo 13 to circle the moon without landing. ... At 5 1/2 minutes after liftoff, John Swigert, Fred Haise and James Lovell felt a little ... helium tank in the lunar module, or LM, descent stage, so the flight plan was ... or Capcom, on duty, said, "The spacecraft is in real good shape as far as we are...

China Plans Historic First Landing On Far Side Of The Moon

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Jan 19, 2016 ... The reason we can't see the far side of the moon is that our satellite rotates exactly once per ... out of view, direct radio transmission to and from spacecraft is impossible there. ... Relay Satellite will be sent to one of the five Earth-moon ' Lagrange points'. .... The first Soviet piloted docking took p...

U.S. lawmaker orders NASA to plan for trip to Alpha Centauri by ...

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May 23, 2016 ... To get there in anywhere close to a human lifetime, spacecraft will need to ... One variant mentioned in the report is antimatter-catalyzed fusion, ... “This is more challenging than putting a man on the moon,” he says, ... In 1960 the US took on the ambitious goal of landing on the Moon. ..... Economic reasons?