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Mission made on the moon of Nasa.

                                                                              
The moon is the only satellite of the earth, friends, as we all know, many space agencies have carried out various missions on the moon, to search for life on the moon. The world's largest space agency Nasa has done many missions. Some succeeded if something went wrong, some failed. Hello friends, I am Surendra Uikey, and today our topic is, the mission by NASA on the moon.The moon is the only satellite of the earth, friends, as we all know, many space agencies have carried out various missions on the moon, to search for life on the moon. The world's largest space agency Nasa has done many missions. Some succeeded if something went wrong, some failed. Hello friends, I am Surendra Uikey, and today our topic is, the mission by NASA on the moon.Friends, as we know, Nasa started the moon mission, on October 11, 1958. NASA lounch with its first satellite pioneer, rocket Thor dm -able.  To make Pioneer permanent in the orbit of the moon, nasa fails in this mission.The second mission of nasa to be fixed in the moon's orbit, lounch November 8, Rocket Thor BM-18, Spacecraft Pioneer 2, Mission failed.  The third mission of nasa on December 6, 1958, Mission Flyyev, Launch Pioneer 3 rocket juno 2, missions failed.Nasa launches Pioneer- 3 December 6, 1958, Rocket juno2, Mission FlyYee is unsuccessful.  Nasa then lunched Pioneer-4 on 3 March 1959, rocket juno2, Mission FlyYee failed.Nasa did not give up even after so much failure. After that, the day came when nasa was successful. That day of July 31, 1964, when NASA launched Ranger 7, the rocket atlas lv-3 by Agena-b, the mission  Impact site, and nasa succeeded in this mission. Nasa has not seen much of the mood behind. Nasa After this success, nasa has many missions, in which nasa has success  Nasa made a robber land on the moon.  In this way nasa made many missions.July 16, 1969, this is the date. When Nasa did that, no space agency was able to do it. On July 16, 1969, flying from the Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39, located in Merit Island.  The filling Apollo 11 was the fifth human mission of NASA's Apollo campaign and the third moon campaign.  Armstrong Commander and Aldrin Lunar Module Pilot and Michael Collins Commands were the modules pilot in the form of his staff. Armstrong and Aldrin landed in the sea of ​​tranquility on the moon and became the first person to step on the moon on July 21.Nasa's apollo11 ​​mission is seen as a major achievement in the history of human history and space research. After this success of Nasa, the dararmis of 1969 to 1972 were sent to six Apollominations moon, of which five were able to land on the moon.  After the success of apollo 11, Nasa became the world's largest space agency.  Friends, the moon mission of nasa teaches us a lot of life. How often do we fail to live life, we should always keep on moving forward, success is sure to come one day.

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Unknown said…
I DON'T KNOW TRUE OR NOT BUT MY PAST VISIONS SAYS THERE IS HUMAN CIVILIZATION THERE ARE SOME 112 MOONS TO SATURN INDIA HAS CONNECTION WITH THIS PLANETARY SECTION IN HISTORY BUT AFCEPTANCE LEVELE IS VERY LOW.

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