Apollo spacecraft feasibility study The Apollo program was conceived during the Eisenhower administration in earlyas a follow-up to Project Mercury. While the Mercury capsule could only support one astronaut on a limited Earth orbital mission, Apollo would carry three astronauts. Possible missions included ferrying crews to a space stationcircumlunar flightsand eventual manned lunar landings.
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Images, videos and stories from humankind's first journeys to the lunar surface. Dec 28, · Conspiracy theorists have pointed out that when the first moon landing was shown on live television, viewers could clearly see the American flag waving and fluttering as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted it.
Jul 18, · This year is the 45 th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the first time humans walked on the moon. The iconic imagery and audio from the mission is certainly seared into humankind’s.
Armstrong had the responsibility to document the landing, so most of the images taken from the Apollo 11 mission were of Aldrin. [Images: NASA's Historic Apollo 11 Moon Landing in Pictures ].
Related: ‘Fake’ Apollo Moon Landing Photo Claims Proof The Mission Was A Hoax. The team was only able to recover less than 10 percent of all the lost tapes, and the information they could.