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Mission moon

  1. 1. Mission Moon
  2. 2. Facts about MoonSize and Distance Diameter of Moon 3476 KM  Earth Diameter 12742 KM Volume of Moon 2.195 x10^10 KM3  2% of the Earth  Earth equals 50 Moons Mass of Moon 7.347x 10^22 kg  1.2% of Earth  Earth equals 81 Moons Distance Varies from 4,06,697 km to 3,56,410 KM
  3. 3. Mission sent to Moon Luna 1 First Mission on Moon by USSR Jan 2nd , 1959 Impact Moon Missed the Moon
  4. 4. Mission Sent on Moon Luna 2 Second Mission on Moon by USSR Sept12th, 1959 Impact Moon Worlds First Lunar Impact
  5. 5. Luna 3 Luna 3 Third Mission on Moon by USSR Oct 4th , 1959 Fly By around Moon First Photo of Moon’s Far Side
  6. 6. Luna 4 Luna 3 Third Mission on Moon by USSR April 2nd ,1963 Moon Landing Missed the Moon by 8500 kms
  7. 7. Luna 5 Luna 5 Third Mission on Moon by USSR May 9th, 1965 Moon Landing Crashed into the Moon
  8. 8. Luna 6 Luna 6 Third Mission on Moon by USSR June 8th, 1965 Moon Landing Missed Moon by 160000 kms
  9. 9. Luna 7 Luna 7 Third Mission on Moon by USSR Oct 4th, 1965 Moon Landing Crashed into the Moon
  10. 10. Luna 8 Luna 8 Third Mission on Moon by USSR Dec 3rd, 1965 Moon Landing Crashed during Landing Attempt
  11. 11. Luna 9 Luna 8 Third Mission on Moon by USSR Jan 31st, 1966 Moon Landing World’s First Soft Landing on Moon on 3rd Feb, 1966
  12. 12. Luna 10 Luna 10 March 31st, 1966 Lunar Orbitting Entered Moon’s Orbit on April 3rd and orbitted for 56 days
  13. 13. American Lunar Mission Apollo 8 Dec 21st, 1968 Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, William A. Anders First Human Lunar Orbit
  14. 14. Apollo 10 May 18th, 1969 Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young, Eugene Cernan Second Human Lunar Orbit Dress Rehearsal of landing on Moon
  15. 15. Apollo 11 – The Moon ConquerorThe first Human Landing July 16th , 1969 Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin First Human Landing on Moon Landed on July 20th
  16. 16. First Man on Moon First man on Moon DOB Aug 5th 1930 One Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA) Spent 2.5 hrs on the Surface of Moon First Space flight on Gemini 8, 1966
  17. 17. Second Man on Moon Second Man on Moon DOB Jan 20th,1930 Pilot of Lunar Module of Apollo 11 Stepped on Moon minutes after Neil
  18. 18. Apollo XII – Second HumanLanding on Moon Launched on 14th Nov, 1969 4 mths after Apollo XI Crew Members Charles Conrad, Jr. ; Richard F Gordon, Jr. ; Alan L. Bean Landed on 19th Nov, 1969
  19. 19. Crew Members of Apollo XIILeft to right: Conrad, Gordon, Bean
  20. 20. Apollo XIII – A FailedMission Launched on April 11th 1970 Could not land on Moon because of Onboard explosion, safely return back on 15th April, 1970 Crew: James A. Lovell, Jr. ; John L. Swigert ; Fred W. Haise, Jr.
  21. 21. Crew Member of Apollo XIIILeft to right: Lovell, Mattingly, Haise.
  22. 22. Apollo XIV – Third HumanLanding on Moon Launched on January 31st, 1971, landed on moon on 5th Feb, 1971 Crew :Alan B. Shepard, Jr ; Stuart A. Roosa :Edgar D. Mitchell Returned back on 9th Feb, 1971
  23. 23. Crew MembersLeft to right: Roosa, Shepard, Mitchell
  24. 24. Appolo XV- Fourth HumanLanding on Moon Mission Launched on July 26th ,1971, landed on 30th July Crew Members: David R. Scott ; Alfred M. Worden ; James B. Irwin Stayed on Moon for almost 3 days Returned back on August7th 1971
  25. 25. Crew MembersLeft to right: Scott, Worden, Irwin
  26. 26. Apollo XVI – 5th HumanLanding on Moon Launched on April 16th 1972, landed on 21st April, 1972 Crew :John W. Young ; T. Kenneth Mattingly Jr. ; Charles M. Duke Jr. . Stayed on Moon for 3 days and spent 20 hrs on EVA Returned Back on April 27th 1972
  27. 27. Crew MembersLeft to right: Mattingly, Young, Duke
  28. 28. Apollo XVII – 6th &THE LASTHuman Landing on Moon Launched on Dec 7th , 1972 &landed on Dec 11th Crew :Eugene A. Cernan ; Ronald E. Evans ; Harrison H. Schmitt Stayed on Moon for 3days and EVA for 22 hrs Returned back on Dec 19th, 1972
  29. 29. Crew MembersLeft to right: Schmitt, Cernan (seated), Evans
  30. 30. The Last Man on MOON Born on 14th March, 1934 Last Man on Moon Spent 23 days 14 hours and 15 minutes in space Participated in Gemini 9A, Apollo 10, Apollo 17 Missions
  31. 31. Our own Chandrayaan1 Launched on October 22, 2008 Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) From Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh 4th November Landed on Moon Mission Duration 312 days
  32. 32. Chandrayaan 1 Missions Accomplishments:  To construct the complex spacecraft with 11 scientific instruments.  To place the spacecraft in a circular orbit around the Moon by orbit raising manoeuvres from a near Earth orbit.  To place the Flag of India on the Moon.  To carry out imaging operations and to collect data on the mineral content of the lunar soil.  To set up a deep space tracking network and implement the operational procedures for travel into deep space.
  33. 33. Chandrayaan 1 Data From Chandrayaan suggests the availabilty of water on Moon Chandrayaan also discovers Large Caves, these caves can be human shelter on Moon
  34. 34. Thank you

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