Reddit moon landing

Reddit moon landing

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Users on Reddit commented on his unusual meal option, with one writing, “I thought it was strange as well. But then it occurred to me that this guy is knowingly being launched to the moon with no guarantee of returning. I wouldn’t have said no if he’d asked for a couple of hookers and a joint.” The photograph, which first appeared in Time magazine in March 1969, shows Armstrong enjoying an unusual late-night dinner while reading the Wall Street Journal in his Texas home.
An picture from his last breakfast shows him enjoying a more traditional meal with his coworkers while receiving a final briefing before takeoff. According to his biographer, the astronaut awoke at 3 a.m. on December 21, 1969, to eat breakfast with his crew.

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NASA quietly postponed the awarding of two high-profile crewed lunar lander contracts last week, pushing a critical program back two months under the Trump administration’s rushed timetable to put astronauts on the moon by 2024. The change was anticipated, given a lack of support from Congress and a new administration focused on more urgent national issues.
Last year, NASA awarded Elon Musk’s SpaceX, a group of aerospace giants headed by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, and Leidos-owned Dynetics $967 million in seed funding to create competing designs for a human lunar landing device. It’s the first time the space agency has spent money on astronaut moon landers since the 1970s’ Apollo program.
NASA informed the three contractors on Wednesday that an extension to their development contracts “will be expected,” with an April 30th award date. According to the Trump administration’s proposal, the agency would choose two of the three bidders in late February, approving two devices that would eventually transport humans to the moon.

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The guy is Buzz Aldrin. Not only because he was the first manned lunar landing pilot in history. Or because he punched a man in the face for calling the moon landing a hoax at the age of 72. But it’s because, at 84, the man speaks with the eloquence and precision of a cutting-edge machine.
He laughed and said that punching a moon-landing denier in the face was more satisfying than landing on the moon “Both created a lot of positive support for my endeavors.”
However, one concerned human relationships, while the other was a monumental giant leap for humanity.”
When a user pointed out that there was no Plan B for getting him off the moon and asked what his plan would be if he’d been left to die, Aldrin calmly replied, “To keep trying to solve the problem until the lack of oxygen forced us to fall asleep.”
They went in with a positive attitude about returning. “As a member of the crew, we addressed the chances of a successful landing ahead of time, before launch, knowing the many things that would make a successful return, and our nominal guess number was 60% landing success, but an overall 95 percent return.”

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A California astronomer has given the world a breathtaking peek into the year 2028, when NASA plans to send astronauts back to the moon “to linger.” Andrew McCarthy of Elk Grove posted the 81-megapixel photo on Reddit on Sunday, just three days after NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine revealed the agency’s new celestial ambition.
According to, Bridenstine said on February 14 that “this time, when we go to the moon, we’re going to stay.” “So we’re not going back to the moon to leave flags and footprints, only to return 50 years later. We’ll proceed in a sustainable manner. To remain. Landers, robots, rovers, and humans are all involved.”
McCarthy, who works for a software firm, was one of many amateur astronomers who were overjoyed by the news. He used an Orion XT10 telescope, a Skywatcher EQ6-R Pro mount, and two cameras: a Sony A7ii and a ZWO ASI224MC, to build his viral moon shot. He told me that the lit side of the moon was created by stitching together 25 “tiles” in Photoshop. Each “tile” was made up of the top half of 2,000 images taken with the ZWO. Autostakkert was used to combine the stacks, and Photoshop was used for the rest of the work.

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