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On April 11, 1970, the Apollo 13 mission broke the mold of space exploration programs. Three men, one spacecraft, and a Mission Control crew set off for what was supposed to be an exploration and experimentation of rocks found on the moon. This mission became one of the most miraculous events in history. The Apollo 13 is significant to exploration, encounter and exchange in history in that it set the foundation for the space program's growth and further development. The spacecraft’s crew encountered many obstacles during the mission leading NASA to take stronger precautions for future missions. Three astronauts, 205,000 miles from Earth, in a crippled spacecraft rely on teamwork and the desire to survive.
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The moon landing was one of the most iconic moments in history. Viewers stood on their toes until the very moment that Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon, and they stayed there until Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landed on American soil again. Authors The Times, William Safire, and Ayn Rand speak on the moon landing soon after the mission was accomplished.
During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union had an indirect conflict in the space race. The goal of this competition was to advance in space technology more. Each side made big steps and used a lot of resources to try and win. The race officially started on August 2, 1955. The goal shifted to getting the first man on the moon when JFK gave a speech at Rice University, in 1962, saying the United States would get a man on the moon first. This speech indirectly challenged the Soviet Union. The indirect conflict of the space race during the Cold War ended on July 20, 1969, and was won by the United States.
“ in some screen shots outlines of alleged hidden cables can be seen.”Many people believe this because it correlates with the film theory that they hung the astronauts on cables and had them pretend that they were at the moon.
In the movie I Robot they're in a future where robots help with everything in day to day life. But one police officer (Will Smith) doesn't trust the robots and thinks they've become too untrustworthy. He soon finds himself to be right. They took over society and started killing humans. But back in the 1960's that thought didn't even cross people's minds. In the 60's technology was affected by The Space race.
On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon: or perhaps not. That is what some people think. They believe the "Moon Landings" were faked, in order to cheat the public out of billions of dollars and so that we could win the space race against the Soviet Union. According to conspiracy theorists, the scientists at N.A.S.A. realized during the Apollo missions that either is was technically impossible to reach the Moon ir that it cost too much. So, the government built a secret movie studio somewhere in the southwest and used special effects to pretend that the astronauts had landed on the Moon. Then, the "historic event" was sent through television to the entire world who, for the most part, believed it.
Those footprints could have been any astronauts footprints if they had the same size shoe. Also several countries were tracking us then, but how do we know that we didn’t put the tracker on something else, and sent it to space. For all anyone knows, the United States of America government could have painted a painted a backdrop and made it into a movie. The pictures of the moon were miles apart and yet they still had the same background. How could this be? Yet not only that they had no stars. After all I mean shouldn’t they have stars or something. It’s our solar system out there we should see
Do you think aliens are real? Yes, many people think they are just some made up theory, but In think they are wrong. I think aliens are real and lots of other people agree and they have proof by taking pictures and videos. Also the army found proof and kept it hidden from the world. The army found a UFO crash and on a mountain but they got rid of it, so people wouldn't find it and put it on the news. Lots of people have seen and taken pictures and put it on line and make stories about them so people can see them.
When the spacecraft was taking off on that fateful day, hundreds of people were gathered around to watch it take off outside. There is no studio big enough to shoot that scene without a greenscreen and a room packed with hundreds of extras and fake news casters which is even more people who have to keep the secret! Speaking of news casters, how would that work? NASA paying news channels to play their fake tapes which means guess what, MORE PEOPLE TO KEEP THE SECRET! All the news editors and workers at the station would know that it was fake, which is a pretty good thing to put in their papers or on their channel. One more thing and I am moving onto the next fact, not only news stations were broadcasting it live, but it was being recorded on the radio too. Radio Stations would have to be payed to play the fake broadcasters voice over of the event so they would have to keep quiet as
Questions about the 1969 moon landing 1. Where were you when it happened? 2. Was you happy or sad? 3. What were you eating? 4. How old were you? 5. Were you with your friends? 6. Do you remember were you watched it? 7. Were you with your mom? 8. Did you have a wife or a husband? 9. Did you call your friends? 10. How tall were you if you remember?
July 20, 1969. That day, unlike others, was an important moment in American History. Across the nation and globe, the population stood still as the Apollo 11 moon landing took place live on their television screens and radio inputs. "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," became the immortal words of the century. The moon landing was a moment of greatness for all back on Earth.
The Apollo missions were such a phenomenal feat in mankind’s ability to go above and beyond in exploration. One of the main reasons behind the Apollo missions was to be able to get a man on the moon, and bring back samples for further studies.
When Neil Armstrong first touched down on the moon in 1969, millions of people watched him take the first step and create history (Villard). Yet even as we’ve moved on from the moon landings and consider them as a pivotal point for mankind, “Forty years after U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon, many conspiracy theorists still insist the Apollo 11 moon landing was an elaborate hoax”(Than). The idea that our voyage to the moon was deliberately staged seems to resurface year after year. While the conspiracy theorists claim the moon landing was a hoax, creating a fake moon landing would have been more expensive and difficult than actually reaching the moon.