Neil Armstrong. © NASA
Merdeka.com – As is known, humans continue to develop science and technology for an increasingly advanced and better world life. That way, humans can create various kinds of innovations that are useful for helping work and solving problems that are often encountered in everyday life.
Not only that, the development of science and technology is also carried out to answer curiosity about things that have never been known before. One example is when astronauts conduct research on other planets or satellites of the earth to find out natural conditions and the potential for life that exists.
This is like what the United States astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Buzz Aldrin did, who made the first landing on the moon in 1969. Of course, this became one of the important historical events in human life that opened other researches in outer space. Not surprisingly, the events that occurred on July 20 are still remembered today.
For those of you who are interested in science and the world of outer space, the history of the first human landing on the moon is very interesting to observe. This can also be an inspiration for the younger generation to develop science and technology for a better future.
Launching from History, here we summarize the history of the events of July 20, the first human landing on the moon that you can see.
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