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5 astronautas que dicen haber visto ovnis o afirman su existencia

5 astronautas que dicen haber visto ovnis o afirman su existencia

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Apollo 5 | Crew Photo: Apollo 8

December 1968 – NASA launched Apollo the first manned space craft to orbit the moon.

Astronaut Neil Armstrong may not have been speaking entirely off the cuff when he delivered the most iconic quote in the history of manned space flight.    Armstrong wrote out the sentence, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind," before blasting off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, with Apollo astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins in July 1969, his brother now says, according to the transcripts of a documentary recently aired on BBC Two.

Armstrong's moon speech not so improvised, brother tells BBC

Apollo 11 Neil A. Armstrong, commander Michael Collins, command module pilot Edwin E.

Crew: James A. Lovell, Jr. John L. Swigert, Jr. Fred W. Haise, Jr.

The original Apollo 13 crew. From left to right are: Commander, James A Lovell, Command Module pilot, Thomas K Mattingly and Lunar Module pilot Fred W Haise. Commander Lovel: Bring back traditional flying skills.

Apollo 15 crew

(June The prime crew of the Apollo 15 lunar landing mission. They are from left to right: Commander, David R. Scott, Command Module pilot, Alfred M. Worden and Lunar Module pilot, James B. The Apollo 15 emblem is in the background.

Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Micheal Collins were the first American men to land and walk the moon. They traveled the Apollo 11 to the moon. This event was monumental for all of America and especially for president Kennedy because he achieved his goal of sending man to the moon by the end of the decade.

NASA Apollo 11 Embroidered Mission Patch - Unlike the designs of previous missions', Apollo patch did not bear the names of the individual astronauts, as they felt that this achievement better represented not three men alone, but all of mankind.

Vintage NASA Gemini Space Mission Photos

Gus Grissom is seen dressed in a aluminized coated space suite in the trailer located at Pad

Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin

Apollo 11 astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins & 'Buzz' Aldrin, a preflight photo in

October 14, 1968: The first live telecast from any manned spacecraft, the Apollo 7, was launched by the NASA from Florida.

October The first live telecast from any manned spacecraft, the Apollo was launched by the NASA from Florida.

Mercury astronauts Gordo Cooper, John Glenn, and Alan Shepard inside the Morehead Planetarium at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 1960.

Mercury astronauts Gordo Cooper, John Glenn, and Alan Shepard inside the Morehead Planetarium at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill,

Primordial Wormholes

Primordial Wormholes

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Commemerative Project Mercury patch displaying names of the seven selected astronauts and names of the 6 capsules

November 15 1966: Gemini XII Crew Returns to Earth #NASA

November 15, 1966: Gemini XII Crew Returns to Earth #NASA

Eric Litvin presents: November 15 Gemini XII Crew Returns to Earth

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