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After transferring to LM life support, the explorers lightened the ascent stage for the return to lunar orbit by tossing out their PLSS backpacks, lunar overshoes, an empty Hasselblad camera, and other equipment. Das Programm wurde von der National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) zwischen 1961 und 1972 betrieben. [248][249] The camera is currently on display at the National Air and Space Museum. Apollo 11: 2 Engineers Reflect On Building The Apollo Command Module It was the only part of the Apollo 11 spacecraft that came back from the moon. It was revealed in 1989 that the Soviets had tried to send people to the Moon, but were unable due to technological difficulties. [18] But on April 12, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space, and the first to orbit the Earth. To give Collins an idea where to look, Mission Control radioed that they believed the lunar module landed about 4 miles (6.4 km) off target. The Apollo 11 Command Module. I was concentrating on the computers, and Neil was studying the attitude indicator, but I looked up long enough to see the flag fall over. [256] "We expect that there is, as we speak, another generation of kids out there who are looking up at the sky and are going to be the next Armstrong, Collins, and Aldrin", Obama said. [243][244], The Passive Seismic Experiment ran until the command uplink failed on August 25, 1969. [111][112] Armstrong exclaimed: "The Eagle has wings! The countdown became automated at three minutes and twenty seconds before launch time. [238][239] The S-IVB third stage which performed Apollo 11's trans-lunar injection remains in a solar orbit near to that of Earth. For safekeeping, there is also a smaller collection stored at White Sands Test Facility near Las Cruces, New Mexico. [132] The schedule for the mission called for the astronauts to follow the landing with a five-hour sleep period, but they chose to begin preparations for the EVA early, thinking they would be unable to sleep. Why does Rice play Texas? Das Apollo Raumschiff mit dem die Astronauten zum Mond transportiert wurden besteht aus 2 Komponenten, der Kommando-Kapsel und dem Servicemodul. [23][24] A widely quoted refrain from the middle portion of the speech reads as follows: There is no strife, no prejudice, no national conflict in outer space as yet. They developed procedures, especially those for emergency situations, so these were ready for when the prime and backup crews came to train in the simulators, allowing them to concentrate on practicing and mastering them. "[13], In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the United States was engaged in the Cold War, a geopolitical rivalry with the Soviet Union. And for people all over the world, I am sure that they too join with Americans in recognizing what an immense feat this is. [55] Armstrong did not agree with the assessment, and said "... all the crews I was on worked very well together. After being recovered from the Atlantic Ocean, he received a congratulatory telephone call from Eisenhower's successor, John F. [52] The next was STS-26 in 1988. I can't pay no doctor bill. Seven minutes later Columbia struck the water forcefully 2,660 km (1,440 nmi) east of Wake Island, 380 km (210 nmi) south of Johnston Atoll, and 24 km (13 nmi) from Hornet,[6][182] at 13°19′N 169°9′W / 13.317°N 169.150°W / 13.317; -169.150. While the flight plan called for Eagle to meet up with Columbia, Collins was prepared for a contingency in which he would fly Columbia down to meet Eagle. Apollo 11: Der Wettlauf zum Mond und der Erfolg einer fast unmöglichen Mission - Mit zahlreichen farbigen Abbildungen: 28,00€ 2: Revell RV03703 Jubiläumsset Mondlandung Apollo 11 Spacecraft & Interior, 1:32/32,4cm Toys, Unlackiert: 39,96€ 3: 50 Jahre Apollo 11, 1 DVD-Video: 12,89€ 4 [102][3], First crewed space mission to land on the Moon, This article is about the 1969 crewed lunar mission. The command module Columbia went on a tour of the United States, visiting 49 state capitals, the District of Columbia, and Anchorage, Alaska. [121][122] Armstrong considered landing short of the boulder field so they could collect geological samples from it, but could not since their horizontal velocity was too high. [169], Just before he reached the dark side on the third orbit, Mission Control informed Collins there was a problem with the temperature of the coolant. [224] In 1971, it was transferred to the Smithsonian Institution, and was displayed at the National Air and Space Museum (NASM) in Washington, DC. He told them: "[A]s a result of what you've done, the world has never been closer together before. After one and a half orbits, a second ignition of the S-IVB engine pushed the spacecraft onto its trajectory toward the Moon with the trans-lunar injection (TLI) burn at 16:22:13 UTC. [221] Mstislav Keldysh said in July 1969, "We are concentrating wholly on the creation of large satellite systems." ; The Apollo 11 mission started on July 16th, 1969, at 13:32:00 UTC (8:23 AM ET) and ended on July 24th, 1969 at 16:50:35 UTC (11:50 AM ET). The possibility of bringing back pathogens from the lunar surface was considered remote, but NASA took precautions at the recovery site. [69] When the Eisenhower dollar coin was released in 1971, the patch design provided the eagle for its reverse side. Eagle's ascent stage was jettisoned into lunar orbit at 23:41. While this was enough for mission planners to make their decision, Aldrin and Armstrong were left in the dark on the decision until late spring. In a conventional entry, P64 was followed by P67. He cleared the crater and found another patch of level ground. [83] Five sites were considered: Sites 1 and 2 were in the Sea of Tranquility (Mare Tranquillitatis); Site 3 was in the Central Bay (Sinus Medii); and Sites 4 and 5 were in the Ocean of Storms (Oceanus Procellarum). The Apollo 11 spacecraft Command Module (CM). I'm talking to you by telephone from the Oval Room at the White House. Five minutes into the descent burn, and 6,000 feet (1,800 m) above the surface of the Moon, the LM guidance computer (LGC) distracted the crew with the first of several unexpected 1201 and 1202 program alarms. Thanks a lot."[7][130]. [134] Some of the highest heart rates recorded from Apollo astronauts occurred during LM egress and ingress. A different sequence of computer programs was used, one never before attempted. [149], The astronauts planted the Lunar Flag Assembly containing a flag of the United States on the lunar surface, in clear view of the TV camera. At 12:30 on May 20, the 5,443-tonne (5,357-long-ton; 6,000-short-ton) assembly departed the Vehicle Assembly Building atop the crawler-transporter, bound for Launch Pad 39A, part of Launch Complex 39, while Apollo 10 was still on its way to the Moon. Aldrin was an elder at the Webster Presbyterian Church, and his communion kit was prepared by the pastor of the church, Dean Woodruff. [220], After the Apollo 11 mission, officials from the Soviet Union said landing humans on the Moon was dangerous and unnecessary. Dignitaries included the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General William Westmoreland, four cabinet members, 19 state governors, 40 mayors, 60 ambassadors and 200 congressmen. Apollo 11 launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 9:32 a.m. Eastern time on July 16, 1969. A countdown test commenced on June 26, and concluded on July 2. [5] At 17:44:00 Eagle separated from Columbia. Armalcolite was named after Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins. [100], Slayton roused the crew shortly after 04:00, and they showered, shaved, and had the traditional pre-flight breakfast of steak and eggs with Slayton and the backup crew. [211][212], New phrases permeated into the English language. [230][231] The quarantine trailer, the flotation collar and the flotation bags are in the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center annex near Washington Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia, where they are on display along with a test lunar module. At Lovell's suggestion, he chose the bald eagle, the national bird of the United States, as the symbol. For all of us must work to put him there. Apollo 11 was the first flight to send people to the moon.It was done by NASA, the American space group. Ten years from now I'll be paying still. [182][183], This altered the flight plan. In this case, because they were extending the re-entry but not actually skipping out, P66 was not invoked and instead P65 led directly to P67. Over 100 research laboratories around the world conduct studies of the samples, and approximately 500 samples are prepared and sent to investigators every year. Vice President Spiro Agnew viewed the launch with former president Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife Lady Bird Johnson. A portion of the populace did not give it any attention, and another portion was angered by it.[223]. Crewed missions are in, This page was last edited on 5 January 2021, at 20:17. [163], While moving inside the cabin, Aldrin accidentally damaged the circuit breaker that would arm the main engine for lift off from the Moon. Or it could have been the result of Eagle's pirouette maneuver.[113][114]. [182] The first program's acceleration subjected the astronauts to 6.5 standard gravities (64 m/s2); the second, to 6.0 standard gravities (59 m/s2). [104] About two-thirds were from the United States; the rest came from 55 other countries. One explanation for the absence may be that his accent caused him to slur the words "for a" together; another is the intermittent nature of the audio and video links to Earth, partly because of storms near Parkes Observatory. Due to design and manufacturing delays in the LM, Apollo 8 and Apollo 9 swapped prime and backup crews, and Armstrong's crew became the backup for Apollo 8. [155] In a 2010 interview, Armstrong explained that NASA limited the first moonwalk's time and distance because there was no empirical proof of how much cooling water the astronauts' PLSS backpacks would consume to handle their body heat generation while working on the Moon. [28] When Kennedy met with Nikita Khrushchev, the Premier of the Soviet Union in June 1961, he proposed making the Moon landing a joint project, but Khrushchev did not take up the offer. Descent engine command override off. The downlink failed on December 14, 1969. [204] The flag of American Samoa on Apollo 11 is on display at the Jean P. Haydon Museum in Pago Pago, the capital of American Samoa. A space rendezvous is an orbital maneuver in which two spacecraft navigate through space and meet up. [20], Since the Soviet Union had higher lift capacity launch vehicles, Kennedy chose, from among options presented by NASA, a challenge beyond the capacity of the existing generation of rocketry, so that the US and Soviet Union would be starting from a position of equality. This was to guarantee there would be some lunar soil brought back in case an emergency required the astronauts to abandon the EVA and return to the LM. The Space Race had ended, and Cold War tensions were easing as the US and Soviet Union entered the era of détente. Armstrong had no issues working with Aldrin but thought it over for a day before declining. Two of the E-1s were designated as "air boss" while the third acted as a communications relay aircraft. Greg was later thanked by Armstrong. [98], An estimated one million spectators watched the launch of Apollo 11 from the highways and beaches in the vicinity of the launch site. Support Crews, Apollo By The Numbers: A Statistical Reference. Aldrin shoveled 6 kilograms (13 lb) of soil into the box of rocks in order to pack them in tightly. The last line of the prepared text contained an allusion to Rupert Brooke's First World War poem, "The Soldier". Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic? Vice President Spiro Agnew viewed the launch with former president Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife Lady Bird Johnson. The ribbon cutting ceremony was on September 29, 2019. Eagle was traveling too fast. The only spacecraft that has landed astronauts on the moon. Hornet Following Completion of Their Lunar Mission", "Richard Nixon: Remarks at a Dinner in Los Angeles Honoring the Apollo 11 Astronauts", "President Offers Toast to 'Three Brave Men, "The Apollo 11 Crew Members Appear Before a Joint Meeting of Congress", "Japan's Sato Gives Medals to Apollo Crew", "Project Apollo: A Retrospective Analysis", "We Put a Man on the Moon, So Why Can't We ...? Another is that Kennedy's goal of landing humans on the Moon had already been accomplished. "[87][88] Slayton told the reporter it had not been decided, and Armstrong added that it was "not based on individual desire". To those people tonight, we give a special thank you, and to all the other people that are listening and watching tonight, God bless you. Missions are ordered by launch date. They jettisoned Eagle before they performed the maneuvers that propelled Columbia out of the last of its 30 lunar orbits onto a trajectory back to Earth. [12] The MESA failed to provide a stable work platform and was in shadow, slowing work somewhat. The Soviet government limited the release of information about the lunar landing, which affected the reaction. Wie gut sind die amazon.de Nutzerbewertungen? Drastic cuts, warned Caspar Weinberger, the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, might send a signal that "our best years are behind us". [157] Three new minerals were discovered in the rock samples collected by the astronauts: armalcolite, tranquillityite, and pyroxferroite. (Neil Armstrong; Länge: 3:02:30), Apollo By The Numbers: A Statistical Reference. [42] In March 1969, Apollo 9 put the lunar module through its paces in Earth orbit,[43] and in May Apollo 10 conducted a "dress rehearsal" in lunar orbit. And they may well ask, why climb the highest mountain? [56], During Projects Mercury and Gemini, each mission had a prime and a backup crew. Map of Moon showing prospective sites for Apollo 11. Armstrong was supposed to immediately shut the engine down, as the engineers suspected the pressure caused by the engine's own exhaust reflecting off the lunar surface could make it explode, but he forgot. [134] During training on Earth, everything required had been neatly laid out in advance, but on the Moon the cabin contained a large number of other items as well, such as checklists, food packets, and tools. [66], The Apollo 11 mission emblem was designed by Collins, who wanted a symbol for "peaceful lunar landing by the United States". About 30 minutes later, with Collins in the left seat and at the controls, the transposition, docking, and extraction maneuver was performed. Each time he passed over the suspected lunar landing site, he tried in vain to find the module. Armstrong in particular was notoriously aloof, but Collins, who considered himself a loner, confessed to rebuffing Aldrin's attempts to create a more personal relationship. [73][74] In Collins' 1976 book, he said Columbia was in reference to Christopher Columbus. [76] Five 0.5-pound (0.23 kg) PPKs were carried on Apollo 11: three (one for each astronaut) were stowed on Columbia before launch, and two on Eagle. [123], Armstrong found a clear patch of ground and maneuvered the spacecraft towards it. These were the result of two years' worth of studies based on high-resolution photography of the lunar surface by the five uncrewed probes of the Lunar Orbiter program and information about surface conditions provided by the Surveyor program. [98][103] Around 3,500 media representatives were present. In May 1969, Apollo 10's lunar module flew to within 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) of Site 2, and reported it was acceptable. This module was jettisoned just before reentry into the Earth's atmosphere. [159], Aldrin entered Eagle first. ACA—out of detent." We propose to develop alternate liquid and solid fuel boosters, much larger than any now being developed, until certain which is superior. [19] Nearly a month later, on May 5, 1961, Alan Shepard became the first American in space, completing a 15-minute suborbital journey. [200], On August 13, the three astronauts rode in ticker-tape parades in their honor in New York and Chicago, with an estimated six million attendees. [134] The TV camera cable remained partly coiled and presented a tripping hazard throughout the EVA. [87], One of the first versions of the egress checklist had the lunar module pilot exit the spacecraft before the commander, which matched what had been done on Gemini missions,[89] where the commander had never performed the spacewalk. Dignitaries included the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General William Westmoreland, four cabinet members, 19 state governors, 40 mayors, 60 ambassadors and 200 congressmen. [179] A presidential party consisting of Nixon, Borman, Secretary of State William P. Rogers and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger flew to Johnston Atoll on Air Force One, then to the command ship USS Arlington in Marine One. The closeout crew then left the launch complex about an hour before launch time. [3] At 13.2 seconds into the flight, the launch vehicle began to roll into its flight azimuth of 72.058°. They then donned their space suits and began breathing pure oxygen. The bill was sponsored by Florida Senator Bill Nelson and Florida Representative Alan Grayson.[258][259]. He realized that a storm front was headed for the Apollo recovery area. 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