Google Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing With a Doodle Video

Google Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing With a Doodle Video

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Today, 50 years have passed since the human step on the moon. On the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 mission, Google has made a doodle on its homepage. But this time this doodle is different from every time. There is an animated video in it. After clicking on this 4 minute 37 second video, you will see Apollo 11’s journey. This command module pilot has given voice to Michael Collins. An animated rocket is seen at the beginning of this video, and then this journey begins on July 16, 1969 in the voice of Michael Collins.

Michael Collins was the key role in this mission. These commands led the module to the moon. In this mission, Neil Arnstrong and Edwin Baz Aldrin placed the first step on the moon. This was one of NASA’s greatest achievements. Many Scientist worked hard to fulfill Apollo 11 and make it successful. This video shows what challenges were encountered during this time. But neil Armstrong still did a successful landing After this he said in Capsule Communicator, “Houston, I’m speaking the Transquity Base. Eagle Land Has Been Done. “The noise of joy in NASA was heard after listening to this.

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Apollo 11 was launched in 1969 from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A at 08:32 in the morning. This is one of the biggest achievements for space science. It had traveled for 3 days. Talking about distance, it was about 386242 km. After traveling for 3 days, Collins had established this module in the room 96 kilometers away from the moon. Surely you will also be proud to see the journey of this thrilling mission.

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