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Isaac Newton & Neil Armstrong

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Ferran Gallart

on 13 June 2013

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Transcript of Isaac Newton & Neil Armstrong

The XVII Century
Sir Isaac Newton
Neil Armstrong
Between the XVIII and the XX Century
After 1969
The XVII Century
Sir Isaac Newton
Between the XVIII and the XX century
Neil Armstrong
After 1969
Before the XVII Century, the science hadn't been well recognized For example Galileo Galilei.
Although, in the XVII Century the science didn't have the same value as now, its recognition has improved.

Between the XVII and the XX Century the science has improved a lot: Fleming discovered the penicillin, Pierre and Marie Curie discovered the radiation .
But in 1945 started the Cold War, and because of that the Russian and the Americans competed about who arrived first at the moon.
After the first step in the moon the space trips have increased a lot.
But some people think that Armstrong didn't arrived at the moon and that its all a lie to had audience at that time.
Important scientists
Albert Ferragut, Jan Giménez and Ferran Gallart
Born on 4 January 1643
Her grandparents looked after him
He went to Cambridge University in 1661, but in 1665 it closed down because there was a plague epidemic
He went there again two years after
Work Life
His telescope brought him to the Scientific Community
He was President of the Cambridge University
He was elected President of the Royal Society
Greatest Discoverments and Inventions
End of his Life
One of his final discoveries was the composition of light
He died on 31 March 1727 in London
He was buried in Westminster Abbey
Neil Armstrong was born on August 5, 1930 in Wapakoneta, Ohio.
At age six when he made his first flight in a Ford Tri-Motor airplane
Was the first man to walk on the moon
He studied aeronautical engineering. In 1950 he was sent to the Korean War
When he returned,
he was pilot different ships
such as gliders, fighters,
helicopters and rockets
The March 16th, 1966 flew his first space mission as commander of Gemini 8 with David Scott.
He died in Columbus, Ohio, August 25, 2012.
Apolo 11

Apollo 11 space mission was the United States sent into space on July 16, 1969
On July 24, the three astronauts achieved a perfect splashdown in Pacific Ocean ending the mission.

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