By: Ma. José Gómez-Sáinz Lara
"A small step for man, a giant leap for mankind."
Effects of the exploration
- Explorations to the moon have led to new knowledge about evolution, solar systems, and humanity.
- Apollo 11 explorations let scientist study ancient volcanic lava, and came to the conclusion that there was no water in the moon.
- Neil Armstrong's explorations definitely helped science to increase the knowledge about the moon.
- Due to this investigation we now have a different perspective about Earth's complexion and the Solar System.
1930: born in Wapakoneta, ohio.
1946: Pilot's license
1952: joins nasa
1962: joins astronaut team
1966: neil goes to space for the first time
1969: Neil and other two astronauts go to the moon
1971: neil leaves nasa
1971: becomes professor in cincinnati university
2012: neil dies
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