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the first moon landing

  1. 1. FIRST MOON LANDING
  2. 2. 42 ND ANNIVERSARY OF MOON LANDING
  3. 3. LUNA 2 - 13 SEPTEMBER 1959
  4. 4. APOLLO 11 - 20 JULY 1969
  5. 5. AIM My aim is to give brief idea about first moon landing and discuss whether it was fake or true.
  6. 6. STATICS OF MOON About 384,000 km (240,000 miles) from Earth 3,468 km (2,155 miles) in diameter (about ¼ the size of Earth) No atmosphere No liquid water Extreme temperatures Daytime = 130C (265°F) Nighttime = -190C (-310 F)
  7. 7. HISTORY
  8. 8. SPUTNIK 1 - 4 OCT 1957
  9. 9. SPUTNIK 2 WITH LAIKA THE DOG
  10. 10. PIONEER 1
  11. 11. APOLLO MISSIONS • Six of the missions (Apollos 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17) achieved this goal. • Apollos 7 and 9 were Earth orbiting missions to test the Command and Lunar Modules. • Apollos 8 and 10 tested various components while orbiting the Moon, and returned photography of the lunar surface. • 13 did not land on the Moon due to a malfunction
  12. 12. THE FIRST MEN ON THE MOON Neil Armstrong Buzz Aldrin Michael Collins
  13. 13. The first spacecraft to land men on the moon was the US Apollo 11. It took off in July 1969 and travelled through space for 3 days before landing on the moon.
  14. 14. SPACESUITS • There is no air on the moon so the astronauts needed to be protected. • They wore special spacesuits like this one.
  15. 15. LANDING ON THE MOON • There were 3 men on the Apollo 11. • 1 man (Michael Collins) stayed in the Command Module which orbited the moon. • The other 2 men set off to explore the moon in the Lunar Module.Lunar Module
  16. 16. FIRST STEPS The first man on the moon
  17. 17. Neil and Buzz brought samples of rock and dust for scientists on Earth to study.
  18. 18. BACK TO EARTH! 2 and a half days later Apollo 11 splashed down safely in the pacific ocean.
  19. 19. WAS THE FIRST MOON LANDING A HOAX?
  20. 20. When the astronauts were putting up the flag it waved. There is no wind on the moon. Since there is no gravity in space, the aluminum pole becomes flexible, so when they let go of the flag, it creates a vibration making the flag move creating a wind movement.
  21. 21. Only two astronauts walked on the moon at a time, yet in photographs such as this one where both are visible, there is no sign of a camera. So who took the picture? The cameras were mounted to the astronauts' chests. In the picture, astronauts’ arms are sort of at his chest. That's where the camera is. He wasn't holding it up to his visor.
  22. 22. The astronauts couldn’t have made a comment on the stars because the background in the pictures is pure black. The moon's surface reflects sunlight, and that glare would have made stars difficult to see. Also, the astronauts photographed their lunar adventures using fast exposure settings, which would have limited incoming background light.
  23. 23. The module is shown sitting on relatively flat, undisturbed soil. According to skeptics, the lender's descent should have been accompanied by a large dust cloud and would have formed a noticeable crater. The moon is covered with lunar dust and the dust is very thin. When the rocket is landing on the module which is on top of solid rock the dust spreads out and is now under the astronauts as they begin walking.
  24. 24. Aldrin is seen in the shadow of the lander, yet he is clearly visible. That the multiple light sources are the Sun reflected light from the earth, and sunlight reflecting off of the lunar module, spacesuits and the moon’s surface.
  25. 25. The astronauts' prints are a bit too clear for being made on a bone dry world. Prints that well defined could only have been made in wet sand. The moon dust is a fine powder that can be compacted into the boot shape easily and will retain that shape due to the vacuum on the moon.
  26. 26. With instruments such as the Hubble Space Telescope capable of peering into the distant recesses of the universe, surely scientists should be able to see the various objects still on the moon. But no such pictures of these objects exist. Even with the most powerful telescope on earth the smallest thing that you can see on the moon would be the size of a house.
  27. 27. There are odd light reflections.It’s highly unlikely that NASA would release a picture with traces of studio lights after spending so much money on the project. The lights are just lens flares.
  28. 28. CONCLUSION

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