Moon walk

Neil Armstrong works at the LM on the surface of the moon

July 20, 1969 – Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon

Apollo 11 – Moon Landing – Neil Armstrong

Who Owns The Moon? video 12:13

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  • First Time in 40 Years, a Robot Is Wandering the Moon – At 8:11 a.m. EST on Dec. 14, 2013, China’s “Jade Rabbit” or (“Yutu”) rover made a soft touchdown on the Moon, aboard the Chang’e 3 lander. The rover deployed about seven hours later, and the lander snapped this picture of it on the surface. It’s slightly smaller than Opportunity, and has a mass of about 120 kilos, with 20 kilos of payload. That payload consists of stereo panoramic cameras, spectrometers, and ground-penetrating radar. It has some autonomous navigation capability
  • 6 Talks to watch on Moon Day – To celebrate Moon Day, catch up on the latest in lunar exploration and space travel. The ideas worth sharing here are the first steps in the next giant leap for mankind.

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