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NASA’s Polo 8 is the most popular picture of mission, the first human mission to light the moon. Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William Anderson photographed Apollo 8 mission astronauts on December 24, 1968, on the eve of Christmas, in the moon’s perimeter of the mother planet.The astronauts of Apollo 8 mission from NASA also became first human beings to enter lunar orbit.
2. Man on Moon
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On September 20, 1969, after the announcement of President John F. Kennedy in 1961, the NASA successfully approved the mission to the moon. Neil Armstrong became the first person to touch the surface of the moon in the history of humanity, Buj Adrine followed him.Neil Armstrong and Buded Aldrin both collected samples from the surface of the moon. He also set the flag of America on the moon’s surface and marked the moon. Mike Collins saved around the moon and captured photos of his mission. On July 24, 1969, three NASA parts of the NASA agency were protected.
The ‘Mars’ created by Gassave Croater on the Red Planet, created by Spirit Rover of NASA, became the most iconic achievement on the sun. The camera mosaic deployed on Spanner Rover is the one who has captained the Marten Center in the 489th minute during Martin Day. This kind of solar eclipse and rotated images on Mars help scientists to estimate the height of the dust in the earth.
4. Curiosity Rover on Mars
NASA is a car-shaped rover designed to detect the neck crater as part of the Mars Science Laboratory Mission (MSL). Commutation from Cape Kanawahal was started on 26th November, 2011, which was on 15:02 USC and MSL spacecraft. On August 6, 2012, on Tuesdays, Aeolis Polus.
5. Comet ISON
This bright colorful image of comet ISS was used in NASA’s Marshal Space Flight Center from a 14-telescope to a color cd. This spectacular image was taken on November 8, 2013, when the ISOn Dhanmut was 97 million miles away from the Earth.