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Transcript of Apollo 11
My second artifact is an exact replica of the mirror on the moon put there by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. It is there to not just prove that man has been on the moon but to tell the distance between the earth and the moon
My third Artifacts are a 20 foot tall Apollo 11 spaceship and the astronaut suit that Neil's crew wore when they went up into space. Having these in the museum will show people a small Porsche of what it was like for Neil's crew to live in space
My fourth Artifact is the Apollo 11 insignia and a pet american bald eagle. The eagle stands for freedom and courage and that is what the Apollo 11 mission was about, having freedom and the courage to step on the moon. Plus the space ship that Neil and Buzz landed on the moon with was called the eagle. Having an eagle named Apollo as a pet would just be something interesting.
Apollo 11: July 16th 1969, Apollo 11 was launched into space. On July 20th 1969 at 20:18 UTC Apollo 11 landed in a region of the moon called the sea of Tranquility, landing the first humans ever to touching lunar soil Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon. Neil stepped foot on the moon only 109 hours and 42 minutes after the launch, Buzz followed him 20 minutes later. A third member of Apollo 11 was Micheal Collins who piloted the spacecraft (Colombia). Neil and Buzz stay on the lunar surface for 21 1/2 hour including 7 hour resting time, before rejoining with Micheal and the spacecraft to travel back to the earth. While there they collected 47.5 pounds (21.5 kg) of lunar material to return to earth. After a 195 hour 18 minutes and 35 second mission, 36 minutes longer then planed, they landing in the Pacific Ocean, because of bad weather they landed 250 miles away from the recovery ship USS Hornet on July 24, 1969.
If you ever heard of Apollo 11 you might of heard of this "ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND", this is what Neil Armstrong described the event as when he stepped foot on the lunar surface. An estimate of 530 million people watch this scientific event.
Apollo 11 was a national goal set by the late president John F. Kennedy in 1961 in a speech before the Us congress "BEFORE THIS DECADE IS OUT, OF LANDING A MAN ON THE MOON AND RETURNING HIM SAFELY TO THE EARTH". This speech is what help made Apollo 11 happen using the inspiration to do so.
My first artifact for the Apollo 11 museum is the lunar materiel that was collect by Neil Armstrong and his crew which includes moon sand and rocks. Having these in the museum will help the understanding of what is on the moon and what are our potentials are when it comes to studying space.
Apollo 11 launch
My fifth artifact is a none stopping broadcast of the launch on an old TV from the 1960's. Having this in my museum it will show people not just what what the launch was like, but it will show people what the TV's were like and how low definition they had in 1969.
Apollo 11 had a huge influence in the past because now on July 20 people celebrate what the Apollo 11 mission did to our way of think about the universe.
Experts say that the landing of the moon is just one of many possible landings they are capable of doing since the Apollo 11 mission was a success it has opened up there eyes to more greater landing on different planet or moons. It has also shown that humans can do any that you want all we have to do is put our minds to it.
Since the Apollo 11 mission NASA's technology has increased by a substantial amount over the years. Since the increase of technology they have had many new missions such as the Space shuttle or the ISS (international space station).
Experts say that the increase in technology will increase even more, by launching new and better mission to new places.
Since the Apollo 11 space mission NASA has just gotten better and better. Now in space is the ISS which is planned to stay up there for the next 15 years. Those 15 years could hold some valuable information about the way we look at space. Plus they have started to do space tourism for people to realize first handed what is out there.
Experts say that since the landing on the moon they now trying to land people on mars to study what it has to offer us about the future of our solar system.
Why is Apollo 11 important
To Yourself: It is important to yourself because that whole story about Apollo 11 doesn't just show you that if you set your mind to anything, that anything is possible it also shows you that there is more then just life on earth, that there is more out there
To the World: It is important to the world because before Apollo 11 the big goal was to land on the moon and once that happen everyone was happy that something that once was impossible was now possible. Apollo 11 was a life changer for everyone.
To other topic/text: It is important to other text because it gives people something to talk about or authors something to write about. Back in 1969 this was an amazing event so millions watched it. so it is important because it is a part of history
By: Dawson Williams-Nadler