Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Neil Alden Armstrong & Yuri Gagarin

The Neil Alden Armstrong,

5 August 1930 - 25 August 2012 was an American astronaut, pilot and university professor, the first man on the moon.

In 1962 he was selected for the Astronaut Corps in 1966 and was governor of the mission Gemini 8, in which the first connection of two spacecraft in space.

The second space flight as commander of the mission Apollo 11 brought the Moon, where on July 21, 1969 first set foot saying:

"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."

The Yuri Gagarin, 

9 March 1934 - 27 March 1968 was a Soviet cosmonaut who on April 12, 1961, became the first man to fly in space and went into orbit around the Earth.

It was Easter Wednesday at 9:07 Moscow time, when Yuri Gagarin launched its historic journey through Vostok 1.

Twenty-five minutes after the launch, went into an elliptical orbit. Back on Earth, the new already started around the world.
A woman, her granddaughter and the cow was the first who saw Gagarin return after 108 minutes.

Another achievement of man would become historical memory.

Research, Presentation
Rafaela Zioti

1 comment:

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