On July 20, 1969, a historic event took place, becoming a major turning point for the space exploration industry and human science. At 20:18 UTC, Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, he wrote his name and the United States in human history.
The photo Neil Armstrong stands on the moon with the American flag is still one of the most famous images in history, partly because the number of people who set foot there is so small and rare.
Both astronauts spent more than 20 hours on the moon, after three days of starting space travel and a long time to prepare, plan and practice. 5 decades have passed, the landing is still an achievement, a concept that brings emotions to many people.
And this year on July 20, 2019, mark 50 years from that historic moment. The story of Apollo 11's journey may have been familiar, but it was told through images, bringing new and easier visualizations.
John C. Houbolt – a NASA engineer explaining the concept of orbit – the ship's destination in the moon landing in 1962.
Buzz Aldrin during the zero gravity training on the KC-135 jet plane took off from Patrick Air Base in Florida in 1969.
Lunar Orbit and simulation model made in the 1960s, aim to research and solve the problems of landing on the moon.
Model of Apollo 11 at Grumman Aircraft Corporation in July 1969.
Michael Collins (right) participates in a tour of the moon reception (Lunar Receiving Lab) at the manned spacecraft center in 1967.
Mr. Aldrin (left) is holding the tool designed to pick up rock samples or dirt from the moon's surface during the rehearsal session.
Neil Armstrong practiced back to the first step of Apollo.
On May 17, 1969, the Saturn V rocket was carrying the Apollo 11 in the mobile launch chamber on its way to the 39a Cape launcher station.
July 16, the crowd gathered to see the rocket launch
Ralph David Abernathy followed by Hosea Williams, leading the parade of poor people at the launch site.
Vice President Spiro T.Agnew (right) and former President Lyndon B. Johnson during the Apollo 11 launch.
The Saturn V weighs 6.2 million pounds when fully fueled and generates thrust of up to 7.6 million pounds.
How to launch 3.5 miles, people are watching the rocket launch from the control center.
Modular photo of the ship landing on the moon.
Neil Armstrong in the cabin
Eagle's shadow on the moon's surface
Television photo from the moon shows the astronauts walking on the moon – the cover of The New York Times, July 21, 1969.
Buzz Aldrin described the moon as a "wilderness wilderness"
Mr. Aldrin is coming down from Eagle
Hide the shoes of Buzz Aldrin on the moon
In addition to many images of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, people also realized that he accidentally appeared, appearing in several photographs, as shown here, his image is reflected in his cosmic glass plate, Aldrin .
Jo Ald Aldrin – Buzz Aldrin's wife, watched her husband's mission on television in Houston.
Astronauts have taken many pictures of the moon's surface in orbit, serving to study the moon's geology, as well as building the moon map and surveying geodes. At the same time, this will be a help document for later moon trips.
The crescent image of the earth when you return
Two astronauts in a cake cutting ceremony held by a mobile quarantine facility.
Armstrong Nail play Ukelele kill time in quarantine unit.
The parade in Mexico City in September 1969 – as part of the president's goodwill trip, astronauts and wives visited 24 countries and 27 cities in 45 days.
Astronauts in the preaching of Pope Paul VI in the papal library, St. Peter's church in the Vatican in October 1969.
On August 13, 1969, the astronauts were honored in a parade in New York City.