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Human's Travel to Moon
Mr. Neil Armstrong was the first human, who reached and walked on moon in 1969. Actually, he was an engineer and navy pilot, who later joined NASA.
On July 16, 1969, NASA sent a space shuttle towards moon. The name of space shuttle was Apollo 11, and it consisted of 2 parts or modules. One module was made to remain in moon's orbit (having pilot Mr. Collins), while other module "Eagle" was made for landing on moon (having pilots Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Aldrin).
After traveling 240,000 miles in 76 hours, Apollo 11 entered into a moon's orbit. Then its both modules separated. The Eagle began to move towards moon's surface. Finally, it landed on moon's surface and Mr. Armstrong came out and placed his first step on moon. His companion Mr. Aldrin was ordered by NASA to wait 20 minutes, and see what happens with Mr. Armstrong. When he saw Mr. Armstrong is walking safely on moon's surface, he also came out on moon.
They collected samples from moon's surface and conducted some experiments. They also took many photographs, including their own footprints. A television camera attached to Eagle was recording all this and sending signals back to Earth, where people were watching all this on TV.
After spending more than 2 hours on moon's surface, they came back in Eagle, closed its doors and slept there for some hours inside Eagle. Then they fly Eagle back to other module that was orbiting around moon. They successfully rejoined both modules and then Apollo 11 started its journey back to earth on July 22.
On July 24, their space shuttle Apollo 11 came back to earth and landed in Pacific Ocean. After this adventurous journey, they were kept in hospital for 3 weeks.