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Space mission "Apollo 11": Google celebrates the video dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the landing on the moon

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July 21, fifty years ago, NASA went down in history with its
magnificent Apollo 11 mission. Neil Armstrong was the first
person to ever set foot on the moon, and this feat was a
\combined effort of more than 400,000 people working in
unison. The Apollo 11 rocket left Earth on July 16, 1969,
and returned on July 24, 1969. There were three astronauts
on the ship — Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins
— and this first successful mission to the moon brought them
praise and created a monumental moment captured in history.
To celebrate this event, Google released a Google Doodle video
in which astronaut Michael Collins talks about the entire space
mission and how it happened.

Google Doodle on the main page of the search giant shows that
Armstrong is taking the first steps to the moon. While the three
astronauts were part of this one-of-a-kind trip, Armstrong became
famous simply because he was the first person to set foot on the
moon. When you click on a drawing, a pop-up video appears on
YouTube telling you about traveling into space.

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An animated short clip demonstrates Apollo 11's takeoff from Earth
and again survives right up to the Moon and back - in Collin's voice.
He describes how the three managed to accomplish the feat, their
emotions, when they first saw the moon, and how the earth looked
from the surface of the moon. He says that the trio landed on Earth
on July 24, and then went on a world tour to celebrate their victory.
In conclusion of his story, he says: “We, you and I are inhabitants
of this wonderful Earth. We did it. "You can watch the full video
below:

In addition, Feist and archivist Stephen Slater also created an
exciting website that contains all the information related to the
Apollo 11 mission. This website includes all the audio, images,
video and transcripts that exist to give users a useful experience
and experience. experience. experience. back to the past. You
can visit ApolloinRealTime.org to enjoy multimedia.

Until July 20, the National Museum of Aviation and Astronautics is
planning an exhibition “Flight to the Moon” at the Washington
Monument. NASA also holds special shows and will broadcast
it on NASA television.

Recall that the Apollo 11 rocket left Earth on July 16, 1969 and
reached the lunar orbit on July 19. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin
landed on the moon on July 21, flew from the moon on July 21,
flew from the lunar orbit. July 22 and landed on Earth July 24.

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